Church Safety & Security:

Building a Team

People who come to church—members and visitors alike—bring their issues with them. When the doors are open and the welcome mat rolled out, churches have to be prepared for who, and what, walks in. This webinar is perfect for any church, whether you are just forming a security team or looking for ways to improve existing safety policies.

Original Broadcast Date: Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes

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What will you learn?

  • Why it’s important to have a safety and security team
  • How to engage church leadership about safety and security
  • The big questions to ask before forming a team
  • How to plan, launch, and maintain a team for long-term success

About the presenter:

Bob WildBob Wild is the senior director of strategic alliances at Brotherhood Mutual Insurance Company. He worked as the director of finance and administration for two mega churches over the past 20 years: Vineyard Christian Fellowship of North Phoenix and Christ's Church of the Valley, both located in the Phoenix area. Wild has served on several boards including the local Phoenix NACBA chapter, CCV Youth Sports Inc., the largest nonprofit youth sports program in Arizona, Financial Planning Ministry and the Boys and Girls Club in Austin, Texas, among others.

Wild wrote and self-published an instruction manual for church planters called Growing Your Church From The Ground Up: The Corporate Side. He has been published in Church Executive Magazine and, more recently, in Group Publishing's Children's Ministry Professional Edition magazine.

Note: The information provided in this webinar 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.

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