In this webinar, we will discuss ways to train your church leaders and volunteers.
This article provides a history on the introduction of the Code of Conduct, as well as articles for further conversation. A video overview of the code is also included.
In this webinar, we will highlight some key myths that many of us hold about our abuse prevention policies—and how to go forward with revisions and making new policies
In this webinar, a panel discusses abuse scenarios that have impacted CRC communities and the Safe Church Assessment tool is introduced.
Do you feel overwhelmed by the task of making your church safe and resistant to abuse? Tune into this webinar series!
This article includes an update of the actions that have taken place in response to the adoptions made at Synod 2019 regarding the Abuse of Power Report.
This article pinpoints what adoptions by synod led to the development of the Code of Conduct for Ministry Leaders in the Christian Reformed Church.
Safe Church highlights resources for Youth Ministry, Social Media, and Online Streaming.
The recent resignation of Pastor John Ortberg is yet another reminder that our churches have a great deal of work to do in the area of abuse prevention.
Safe Church encourages churches that are working with ex-offenders to develop a covenant of conduct with the individual. Included are sample policies and a discussion about the importance of this process.
Does your church have a system or policy in place for children's programs that begin mid-service? How do you handle this situation?
It's important to remember that social media is simply a communication tool and, like all tools, must be used in appropriate ways. As leaders it is up to us to create and maintain appropriate boundaries. Here are some guidelines.
Last month, over 90 people gathered at an Inter-classis Safe Church Conference, an event that Classis Huron, has been holding for 20 years. This event was very well organized with many learning materials!
There are a variety of good practices out there for screening volunteers and staff, I'd love to hear some of your practices, and reviews of screening companies.