Boiling Springs United Methodist Church
Safe Sanctuary Quiz
How does BSUMC define children and youth?
individuals aged 13-18
minors under the age of eighteen
individuals that come to Wonderful Wednesdays
The Safe Sanctuary Policy is a comprehensive effort for the benefit of the following:
the BSUMC congregation and all visitors/participants
The Safe Sanctuary Policy will be maintained and updated by the following:
Congregation of BSUMC
Safe Sanctuary Ministry Team
Check all of the boxes that apply. What is the purpose of the Safe Sanctuary Training?
To explain abuse does happen in churches
To define types of abuse and increase awareness of signs and symptoms
To identify areas of vulnerability with church ministries and programs
To outline risk reduction procedures
To prevent false allegations against individuals and the church
Check all of the boxes that apply. What groups of people must complete one of the training courses prior to working with children, youth, or vulnerable adults at BSUMC?
Part of the Safe Sanctuary screening includes background checks and DMV checks. How often are these checks conducted?
Minimum of every two years
Minimum of every three years
Minimum of every four years
Check all of the statements below that are true:
A person must be at least 21 years old to supervise children/youth.
A volunteer serving in a supervisory capacity must be at least 10 years older than the group they supervise.
There must be access to a phone when groups are at the church as well as away from the church.
Volunteers and/or employees should never be in a closed door situation with any youth including the restroom.
Corporal punishment is allowed in extreme situations when discipline is needed.
Volunteers and employees should not be alone with children, youth or vulnerable adults. At least two Safe Sanctuary approved non-related adults must be present in the which of the following: Mark all that apply.
When traveling away from church property, what must be considered?
Individuals must have a medical release form.
Adults do not sleep in rooms with youth.
The ratio of adults to youth is 1:7.
All of the above.
If a volunteer suspects abuse, he/she should do which of the following: (check all that apply)
Follow Boiling Springs UMC media plan
Contact the appropriate people
What do the numbers mean in the 2-5-6 Rule?
You must be a member of Boiling Springs for at least 6 months before working with youth.
You should always have at least 5 adults in a group to travel away from the church.
You need 2 people to report any abuse before an action is taken.
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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