Insurance Products for Religious Organizations

Compete With the Big Guys Like Never Before

Unlike other specialty insurance programs for religious organizations, Glatfelter gives independent agents the freedom to write books of business that match their needs. From one-offs to varied faiths, we help you win – and keep–the business that really matters to you.

Give your clients a product that stands out. Glatfelter has specialized religious insurance solutions that best serve the individual and unique needs of churches, synagogues, mosques and temples. Offer insurance programs that are tailored to their specific types of risk.

We proudly serve:

Please note: At this time our coverages do not apply to Catholic churches.

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We offer:

  • General Liability
  • Auto
  • Property
  • Religious Expression Coverage
  • Religious Counseling Services Liability
  • Religious Organization Management Liability
  • Security Enforcement Liability
  • Abuse and Molestation Coverage
  • Foreign Liability
  • Missionary Travel and Accident
  • Excess Liability
  • Workers' Compensation
  • Employment Practices Liability
  • Volunteer Accident Insurance


Contact our Sales Team for more information.

Rob Kuhn
Sales Executive
Email Rob | 800.233.1957

Product Highlights

  • Separate limits for General Liability, Religious Counseling Services Liability and Sexual Abuse and Molestation Liability
  • No exclusions for Punitive Damages
  • Coverage for Mothers' Day Out, Day Care, Schools and Camps
  • Broadcasters' Liability for Internet, Radio and TV
  • Agreed Amount, Blanket or Replacement Cost available
  • Coverage for all autos, vans and buses, plus Hired and Non-Owned Liability and Hired Auto Physical Damage
  • Available in all states, except Hawaii

“I get a call from the president of Glatfelter Ministry Care following up on quotes on my submissions. I would say that the underwriters at Glatfelter have a 'can do' attitude. That's a little different than most underwriters that we work with. I think most underwriters are trained to say no ... but the Glatfelter folks say yes a lot."