Taking A.L.I.C.E. to Church

Sunday Service February 17:  

We’ve all seen and heard the shocking and disturbing news reporting from active shooter situations in schools, churches and public gatherings. Unfortunately, this is the reality of the world in which we now live. We think “But it couldn’t happen here”, and hopefully that remains true. But would you know what to do and where to go if it happened in our church?
Steps to keep us as safe as possible in this unlikely event will be explained. Jim will share some of the thinking behind this national program and how it affects us in our Sunday morning worship services and in other meetings which are held in our church building. 

Message: Jim Howe
Bio:  Jim Howe is Chair of the Safe Congregation Committee.  He along with ten other church members recently completed a day’s training with the local Sheriff and Police Departments where they learned about A.L.I.C.E. (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate).  Jim is a trained Arizona Ranger in accordance with the Ranger Regulations. Rangers are recognized by the Arizona Revised Statures Chapter 42 as police auxiliary. They are unpaid volunteers who provide security services to the community at large and institutions in the area.


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