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Developing a Policy for Outside Groups

Create clear understandings for facility use.

Developing a Policy for Outside Groups

Well-developed policies regarding the use of church facilities create a clear understanding between church leaders and users of the facilities, which is critical to good relationships with members and non-members alike. They also help to limit the church’s exposure to property damage and injury claims, should something go wrong in the use of the facilities. How clear are your facilities-use policies in these areas?

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  • March 1, 2013

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