Churches are often the pillars of the community. They step up in a time of crisis to help neighbors, friends and those affected by devastating storms. But what if a storm shakes your church to the core? What if you are the one in need?
It's true that a tornado can touch down with little warning. There's not much you can do if your church is in its wrecking-ball path. However, you can reduce the financial impact by taking some precautionary measures. If you plan and prepare now, before disaster strikes, your response time may be minimized.
Continuing your ministry is a priority. In the wake of a disaster, your community and church members need you on your feet.
If your church has been affected by a storm and you need to file a claim, follow this easy step-by-step guide. If you must rebuild, replace or recover any of your church property, learn from churches who have gone before you.
This article is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to be construed as legal advice. Readers should use this article as a tool, along with best judgment and any terms or conditions that apply, to determine appropriate policies and procedures for your church's risk management program.