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Keeping children safe at church — Protecting children’s physical safety at church requires supervision, risk management

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Playground injuries. Teens killed in van accidents. Babies left in hot vehicles. Drownings. Skiing accidents.

It’s no wonder parents feel anxious about leaving their children in the care of others, even at church. But parents should not have to worry about their children at church, said Chip Smith, an associate in the office of LeaderCare and church administration at the Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions (SBOM).

“Parents expect church to be a safe place,” he said. “They want to know that their child is going to be cared for in all possible ways.”

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