Our Seminars

Our Mission - Safe to Worship's mission is to empower and

        embolden people to engage in actively making their

        church a safe place to worship with relevant training

         that leads to a culture of organizational safety. 

We offer: 

  • Building safety audit, helping you find the unsafe spots.

  • Grounds and building security audit.

  • Training for staff, including dynamic scenario-based training.

  • Training for lay leaders - less intensive than for staff.

  • Training for specialty areas (i.e., nursery, school) so that teachers and workers are confident in emergency situations.

  • Security and/or safety equipment review. 

  • Policy and procedures review and recommendations.

  • Custom consultation.

The church is called to impact the culture with the message that saves lives for eternity. Ideally, this is done in a safe and friendly environment. We can help you think through possible disruptions to your ministry efforts and help you prepare appropriately.

Other Services We Offer

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  Our Vision - Impactful, life changing ministry in a

           safe and secure setting.

Challenges for churches today:

#1 - The threat matrix against churches continues to evolve. 

#2 - Churches are in a REACTIVE mode against new threats rather than being PROACTIVE.

#3 - The need for current and balanced information is paramount.

A Safe To Worshipseminar

addresses all three of these challenges.

Topics can include:

  • Learning how to be Proactive instead of Reactive in safety and security.

  • The #1 reason churches end up in court defending themselves, and what you can do to stop it.
  • ​Starting a security/safety team in your church.

    • ​Creating a useful and thorough application process.

    • Equipment considerations and implementation.

    • Training considerations
    • Actions and steps that lead to a culture, not just a program.

  • Current top safety and security issues churches face.

  • Myths vs facts regarding security and safety.

  • How to develop scenario-based training.

  • Methods for preventing violence from entering the church.

  • Implementing an all-hazards approach to crisis planning.

  • Discussion on allowing firearms in the church and liability for churches.

  • Hands-on demonstrations of security options.

  • Additional topics tailored to specific needs.