Prevention, Protection and Peace of Mind
for Presbyterian Church(USA) Communities
In 1997 four churches of Reformation heritage acted on an ecumenical proposal to adopt A Formula of Agreement. With the adoption of this Agreement, the four denominations declared, on the basis of A Common Calling, that the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, the Presbyterian Church (USA), the Reformed Church in America, and the United Church of Christ are in full communion with one another.
The Christian Church, Disciples of Christ, is also a full communion partner of the United Church of Christ. The Alliance of Baptists, a community of churches, is a Partner In Mission, with the United Church of Christ. The Insurance Board program is only available to these formally aligned denominations.
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The Abuse Prevention Helpline is staffed 24 hours a day by experts in abuse prevention. Callers receive expert advice on how to best respond to suspicious behaviors, and/or suspected abuse, as well as the best prevention protocols. Callers can be anyone within the church seeking guidance on:
- What to do about suspicious interactions.
- How to respond to an allegation of abuse.
- When and how to report to authorities.
- Identifying risks in programs.
- Screening employees and volunteers.
We understand the specific needs of our Presbyterian Church (USA) churches, including specially-designed programs like The SafeConduct™ Workbench. Here we provide tools to develop your ministry’s abuse prevention program that will help you avoid the risk of disruption to your community of believers. These include access to services and other reference materials. Services are available to all Presbyterian Church (USA) churches, related entities, and camps. These and all our programs are designed with your church in mind.
Child Protection Policy
The implementation and documentation of a Child Protection Policy strives to reduce the risk of abuse and neglect.
“Any type of abuse involving children, youth, or vulnerable adults has lasting and devastating
effects on the life of the victim/survivor. It is the call of the Church to be a life-giving entity of Christ’s
healing and hope for community and individuals, not an entity that brings harm and hurt.”
Insurance Board agents are exclusively appointed because of their understanding of, and compassion for the beliefs of the congregation.