On Saturday October 22nd, we will be holding our first FREE Church SOAR seminar! This seminar will provide church leaders, security team members, and laymen wanting to start a church security team with information regarding church security.
Sadly, we live in an increasingly violent world. Churches are often a target for attacks of all kinds. Robbery, Assault, Burglary, Vandalism, and so on are becoming common place. Fifty years ago, churches we considered sacred and not to be disturbed, today however, they are targeted specifically.
1 Peter 5 equates the Church leaders to Shepherds. This is a daunting and serious responsibility, not to be taken lightly. This means that you are responsible for your flock! Thankfully, that is not a task you have to take on alone! Among your flock, there are Sheepdogs. These men and women are willing to toe the line between good and evil to keep the flock safe. Our SOAR Course for Churches are designed to train and equip the sheepdog to protect the flock.
This 2 hour introduction to our SOAR course will provide attendees with potentially life saving information. Topics discussed will include, but are not limited to:
- Why do churches need a security element?
- Organizing a Security Team
- Areas for consideration
- Medical Response
- Active Threat response and planning
To continue on without some form of security element in your church is dangerous for you and your flock. Additionally, without taking reasonable precautions and steps to protect your flock, you may be held liable for negligence; a serious offense with both civil and criminal ramifications.
In order to qualify for attendance you must meet the following criteria:
- Lead or attend a Bible believing Church
- Have a personal relationship with Christ
- Be able to provide proof of membership or title if requested
- Register using the form below
Where: Bethesda Community Church: 989 E Mount Zion Rd, Independence, KY 41051
When: October 22nd 2016, from 9:30 am – 11:30 am
To get more information and to register, use the form below!