You are clergy person, church board member or administrator, you know how much work goes into developing and managing your congregation and its property. So much of your time is spent in planning worship, programming and providing pastoral counseling and care, it is easy to forget about more mundane things such as insurance.
However, there are several reasons why it makes sense for your church to have comprehensive insurance coverage and to review it regularly:
Your house of worship likely has many people, including worshippers, church employees and visitors walking in and out of its doors at all hours of the day. In addition, if your church houses a daycare center, soup kitchen or other facilities, there are even more people in and around your building.
While all of this activity is good, it also increases the risk that somebody may be injured on your property. General liability …