Aaron Murdoch

This Mystery Shop Pays $45 to Attend a Church

Every Sunday morning, millions of people across the country come together to attend church services or other religious gatherings. Do you fit into this category? If so, you will love this new mystery shopping opportunity found on the Mystery Shop Forum. This mystery shop is not just for those who attend church, in fact, this company encourages those who do not regularly attend Sunday services to apply for this assignment. Why would they do this? Because churches want to know how their visitors feel about their first-time experience.


According to the company website, it states, “Those people will attend a service at your church and help you discover exactly what first-time visitors think and feel about their experience. Rather than focus on theology, they focus on community. Did they feel welcome? Were they made to feel uncomfortable in any way? Could they find the church easily? And would they consider returning – or not – and why.”


Becoming a ‘mystery worshipper’ is actually a pretty lucrative endeavor. By signing up to perform a church mystery shop you will earn $45 for your time and they will even reimburse you for any travel costs that may come up. Not a bad deal for someone looking to make some extra cash on the weekend – especially to purchase a few gifts for the upcoming holiday season.


These secret church shopping opportunities are currently available in Georgia, Iowa, Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, New York, Pennsylvania, and Texas. The company has been offering church mystery shops for over 10 years and has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and are a certified member of the MSPA. If you would like to learn more about this mystery shopping position, you can check them out by clicking here.

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