Prevention, Protection and Peace of Mind
for Presbyterian Church(USA) Communities
The Presbyterian Church (USA) Book of Order directs all Churches, Synods and Presbyteries to obtain adequate property and liability insurance coverage to protect the facilities, programs and officers including members of session, staff, boards of trustees and deacons and elected and appointed officers (G-12.0306, 11.0308 and 10.01020, respectively).
Insurance Board provides coverage to over 1,000 Presbyterian Church (USA) ministries. Insurance Board is a property and liability insurance program created for churches by churches, founded on one guiding principle: keep your congregation and place of worship safer, stronger and able to continue your passionate outreach to society.
In 2009, the Insurance Board Board of Directors approved the Presbyterian Church (USA) as another denomination it serves. Churches and related ministries of the Presbyterian Church (USA) can now enjoy the full benefits of a faith based insurance program run by church people for church people. The Insurance Board is recognized by the Presbyterian Mission Agency as one of only three insurance companies that meets their guidelines for their churches.
We are insurance people who understand your Presbyterian faith. We understand that your congregation is important to the life you want to live and the world you want to shape.
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.
Insurance Board agents are exclusively appointed because of their understanding of, and compassion for the beliefs of the congregation.