The 2017 MegaChurch Compensation Report is READY for purchase

This year's report includes data for 157 positions from 110 churches representing 17,855 employees.

What is a Compensation Survey?

Comparable data from published and private compensation survey sources to help determine the fair market value of positions within their industry, geographic area and size. A third party is used to compile the data and report it in a way so that no one organization's data may be identified. 

The MegaChurch Compensation Survey was developed to meet the unique needs of large and growing churches in the United States. Our survey includes positions specific to large churches that are not available in other church or not-for-profit compensation surveys.

For more information, download our 2017 MegaChurch Compensation Report Overview.

To place an order, either visit the Store or you may also download an Order Form and mail in a check to our PO Box.

Why should you participate?

It is common practice for churches to participate in these surveys on a regular basis by reporting data for matching positions within their own organization. The availability of data reported for any given position or scope is dependent upon the number of churches participating. Your participation increases sample sizes and availability of data relevant to your church.

Please encourage comparable size churches in your region and denomination to participate. You will receive $100 off any order when you refer a NEW participant in the MegaChurch Compensation Survey. 

Participants in the MegaChurch Compensation Survey receive a 50% discount on the annual report. 

participatION IS CLOSED FOR 2017

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How is the data grouped?

The MegaChurch Compensation Report is grouped by denomination, operating budget, geographic region, church attendance and number of church employees. The report includes data for 157 positions from over 100 churches representing over 17,000 employees. 

All data is kept strictly confidential. Survey results are reported in aggregate and in accordance with the Department of Justice Safe Harbor Guidelines.