House of God Insurance

Definition - What does House of God Insurance mean?

House of God insurance is insurance protection for places of worship, such as churches, temples, synagogues, and mosques. It is formulated to cover the specific needs of religious organizations in terms of property damage, business continuation, professional and general liability, business crime, and more.

House of God insurance is also known as church insurance.

Insuranceopedia explains House of God Insurance

Churches and other houses of God are often very old buildings. In some circumstances, these buildings may even be hundreds of years old. As older buildings may be especially vulnerable to property damage, it is often a good idea for religious organizations to make sure they have a house of God insurance policy that has a solid property component. Some policies also offer a business interruption component. This can be very helpful to houses of God, if donations suddenly end or dwindle in amount.

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