Churches are eager to return to normal operations and welcome their congregations to sing praises to the Lord. As ministries across the country prepare for a gradual return to normal fellowship as a body, you may be wondering how your ministry can prepare its facilities to address health and safety. Here are steps you can take now to make sure your facilities are ready for normal operations.
Cleaning and maintaining your building shows care for your people and can help ease the worry of returning to corporate worship.
The following checklist items are provided by Smart Church Solutions. While not a comprehensive list of everything that may need attention in your facility, it’s a good place to start. For a full checklist of items, see the Smart Church Solutions facilities checklist:
In addition to preparing for the return of normal operations, now may also be a great time to look at your facility’s deferred maintenance items. As your people return to church, it will be important to greet them with a clean and well-cared for property. Here are some additional items to check now:
Brotherhood Mutual provides additional preventive maintenance guidance in our online Safety Library. This article is a great place to start.
Ministries are excited about returning to worship as a body. By taking some time to prepare your building, you’ll convey the love and care that will help your people focus on worship.
Posted April 24, 2020
The information provided in this article is intended to be helpful, but it does not constitute legal advice and is not a substitute for the advice from a licensed attorney in your area. We strongly encourage you to regularly consult with a local attorney as part of your risk management program.
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