November 23, 2020
Preparing for this Christmas season may require additional creativity, due to the uncertainty of what COVID-19 may bring in our local community. Staffing will be a key issue whether you’re ministry is planning in-person, online or a hybrid approach to services and activities.
This article from the Brotherhood Mutual Safety Library reminds ministries to continue measures you’ve already put into place for your staff and visitors such as social distancing, wearing cloth masks, sanitation, and hygiene. It also covers preparing for staffing shortages due to illness, family travel, and quarantining.
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There are a lot of hats worn in any growing ministry – and we want to serve every one of them.
With the holiday season right around the corner, it’s wise for ministries to evaluate their fire safety plan. Whether your ministry is hosting a holiday party, prepping treats for charity, or running a community kitchen, make sure you’re well-prepared with these tips.
The holidays present unique opportunities and challenges for churches that aren’t typical during other times of the year. A lot of the ministries that I work with are seeing steady increases in attendance and are praying for a significant jump in Christmas service participation this year.
In this article, Brad Brown from Plan A Wealth Management gives a wonderful insight into why ministries might consider choosing a 403(B)(9) retirement plan.
As school is back in session, it’s important to make sure your school is equipped with the correct safety procedures. Thinking about your school’s physical security as a series of layers can help you find gaps in your plan. Transportation and volunteers are just two important aspects of your school safety plan to think about.