Is Your Church Covered for Walk-in Theft?

Is your church insurance due for renewal this December? If so, check for essential theft cover to ensure you are appropriately protected. Christmas is a very busy period for churches with increased events and services. This increased activity also means there is an...

Insurance with no lead theft limit for churches

Theft of lead from church buildings has been well documented in local and national press, seriously affecting church groups with unforeseen stress and expense. The cost of lead replacement is one factor, however the cost to rectify damage to the building caused by...

Government Launches Terrorism Fund for Churches

The devastating terrorism epidemic continues to dominate the news, as earlier this week it was reported that an 85 year old Catholic Priest had been murdered in Normandy, Northern France. Major cities all across the globe are now on high alert and British security...

5 Tips to Grow Your Church

You may have set some goals at the beginning of the New Year for your Church to achieve in an attempt to make 2016 even better than the last. One of your goals may be to increase the size of your Church. We have listed a few suggestions below that we hope you find...

Safety Guide: Bonfire Night

November is just around the corner, which means that it won’t be long until the celebrations for bonfire night begin. Bonfire night is undoubtedly an exciting time of the year, and for it to be memorable (for all of the right reasons), it is important to remember that...

What to consider when starting a new Church

The need for insurance is not only reserved for businesses and homeowners, it is important that Churches are also protected by the right insurance cover. Many of the Churches established today began as small group fellowships, often taking place in a member’s home....

To indemnify trustees – or not to indemnify?

Being a trustee of a charity is an important role. There are numerous areas of regulation and law that Trustees have to comply with and these can be demanding at times. Given that trustees are only human and there is always the chance that they can make mistakes....