How Church Insurance Works
Church insurance is a somewhat niche concept that may not be known to everyone. However, it may interest you to know its capabilities and applications. Whether or not it is outwardly apparent, church services and the amount of people who attend actually form a huge risk.
Pastors, leaders, volunteers, churchgoers, and children; all convene every Sunday, sometimes multiple times in a week. Let’s look at the various facets of insurance plans for church organizations.
General liability insurance and property coverage provides liability for all church members. It also offers third-party protection for anyone who may be injured while performing. The property coverage simply covers the church and the people inside of it.
Let’s learn about ministers and pastors liability insurance. This coverage is essential for almost every religious organization. The special benefit of this insurance is that it offers spiritual counseling liability protection. Coverage applies to the clergy and church leaders, paid and unpaid.
Another lesser-known component is religious freedom insurance. This coverage protects a church organization from discrimination sues. Liability insurance for church-sponsored activities may need to be purchased separately.
Church insurance contains a number of different benefits and applications. To learn more about the legalities of this type of coverage, tune into the video above.