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United Church Of Christ average salary is $42,391, median salary is $42,391 with a salary range from $40,000 to $44,782.
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Accountant 44,782-44,782 Plymouth, NC, 27962 2014 United Church Of Christ Accountant Salaries (2)
United Church Of Christ Plymouth, NC Salaries
Accountant 40,000-40,000 Plymouth, NC, 27962 2011 United Church Of Christ Accountant Salaries (2)
United Church Of Christ Plymouth, NC Salaries
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  • United Church of Christ
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Medford, WI
  • The United Church of Christ is a united and uniting church comprised of over 6300 congregations nationwide. We do not have Bishops and we do not have a pope. These facts politely distinguish us from that of the Anglicans and Roman Catholics, for example. Our church in Medford was built in 1901 and at present our membership approximates two hundred and fifty. Others also attend worship regularly or periodically. The history of our congregation includes clear indications that our members are capable of vision, cooperation and accomplishment. Although our membership is stable there is plenty of room for growth and