What forms or policies are available to provide guidelines for issuing church keys?


We are asking questions about who should be issued keys to the church building, and what guidelines we should ask them to follow as a key holder.

Anyone with suggestions they can post here, or who has any policy or forms they could share?


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I googled church key policy and came up with this great looking policy among others--great idea!  Let me know if anyone has a key policy and I can add it to our Church Finance and Administration Resources.

Thanks so much, google was my next stop! I'll check it out.

Just remember when you give a key to someone it will be harder to get it back.  We've changed all our locks to ASSA so the keys can not be duplicated by individuals.

The only people that have keys for our church are the pastor, secretaries, treasurer, organists and janitor.  I have a full set of keys for every door in church, but leave those in my desk.  I think the fewer number of people that have keys the better.