The average salary for a pastor in the US is $80.000.
The tithe money does not belong to the pastor. It belongs to the church and they have a budget determining how the tithes will be used to carry out the ministry of the church and meet their legal obligations. The pastor is paid a salary. Some pastors don't receive a salary if they already have another income. Rabbi's receive a salary too.
That would be none of your business.
Parish Priest 35,000 to 45,000 Pastor 45,000 to 55,000
A co-pastor is like an assistant pastor who helps out the main pastor.
when a pastor is anointed the holy spirit tells him what and how he will odain his own pastor
According to payscale.com the median salary by years of experience is: 1 - 4 years $34,382 5 - 9 years $ 37,570 10 - 19 years $41,924 20 years or more $59,892
well it depends If the pastor dies the bishop becomes the pastor but if not the pastor is always in charge well it depends If the pastor dies the bishop becomes the pastor but if not the pastor is always in charge
Co-pastor is correct.
Pastor Troy goes by The Pastor.
In the Prodestant religions, there is no difference in the pastor title. Pastor Jane is just as appropriate as Pastor John.
Yes, in many protestant churches a female pastor can marry someone who is not a pastor.
If the Pastor was voted out in accordance with the constitution and by laws of the church then he cannot reinstate himself as Pastor.
they have to get degrees
No, he is a Pastor
There is no abbreviation for Pastor, simply use Pastor, some use Rev.
The tithes are used for several things like paying the pastors salary, the electric bill, the telephone bill, the parsonage where the pastor stays and supporting the mission fields.
No, not if he is a Roman Catholic pastor
Pastor basically means Father, so Pateras or Papas.
Pastor Lorenzo's birth name is Pastor Lorenzo Sol.