Church Mutual Insurance Company, Merrill, WI, has been recognized by Celent for Innovation and Emerging Technologies for its Sensor Technology Program. Celent is a global research and advisory firm for the financial services industry. Celent’s awards annually recognize the best practices of technology usage in different areas critical to success in insurance. Nominations are submitted […]Read More >
A 6-step process to making it a reality at your church By Michael J. Bemi Our series on moving “beyond insurance” has, so far, identified and examined all the critical elements and related processes to enable an insured entity to “move beyond” insurance. But, realistically, can we ever really move beyond insurance? After all, even […]Read More >
Check-ups for church insurance help to assess the church’s needs and determine if limits are accurate. This ensures lack of overpayment and full coverageRead More >
Cyber exposures pose a potential threat to your church. Learn about the likelihood of a cyber breach and how to prepare and respond to any attacks.Read More >
We previously identified that Risk Retention — as opposed to simply buying insurance — can provide a number of very substantial and significant benefits that ultimately can enhance the provision of our ministries. However, it is axiomatic that these values of Risk Retention are diminished (and potentially destroyed) if an entity does not control and mitigate its losses.Read More >
Most recently in our series on moving “beyond insurance,” we examined Risk Retention. Now, we undertake the next step in our journey: Risk Control.Read More >
If a sex offender wants to attend your church — or is already worshipping with you — how would you respond? Roll out the welcome mat? Exclude them entirely? Try to find middle ground? These are questions church leaders regularly face.Read More >
Together in our journey to move “beyond insurance,” we have thus far examined the first two steps in that process: risk identification, analysis and evaluation, as well as risk avoidance. Now, we undertake the next step in our journey: risk retention.Read More >
From weddings and banquets, to meetings and basketball practice, chances are your church receives rental requests on a regular basis.
Opening your church’s doors to outside organizations is another way to extend your ministry into your community — but it might also open the door for safety and liability issues, such as property damage, theft, or tumbles on slippery surfaces.
With smart planning, trusted use policies and a thorough review process, it’s possible to protect your place of worship and be a good neighbor. Keep these considerations in mind when renting your facility.Read More >