We’ve been cleaning the chapels in most areas (except where it is not feasible) for many years now, although most of us remember a day when the church employed professional janitors to keep the building sparkling. With so many people out of work, should the church change back to professional help?
Should the church create jobs by employing janitors again?
- Yes, people need work, and the church is well to do. Plus, members do a poor job cleaning compared to professionals, and it is a strain on many families to clean the chapel. (71%, 98 Votes)
- Church cleaning should be paid work done by families in the ward who are on welfare. (16%, 22 Votes)
- No, assigning members to clean keeps them invested in keeping the church clean all the time, and it's not a burden. It also saves tithing money for more important things. (13%, 19 Votes)
Total Voters: 139