Family​ Owned Christian Agency in Business for Over 50 Years

Thomas K. Alexander Insurance Agency  has been in business for over 50 years. Our agency is a family based, christian agency that works directly with individuals from personal lines, churches, christian camps, christian schools, religious non-profits, small businesses, life insurance, and much more.

On the surface all insurance agencies may look the same, but if you pick up the phone and give us a call, you'll find that our customer service is like no other. We at Thomas K. Alexander Insurance Agency pride ourselves on our dedication to your personal service and costumer care. We work around the entire state of Ohio and will go anywhere in Ohio.

Insurance should never be complicated, we are always a call away. Please feel free to call us with any questions or concerns you might have.


Winter Weather Tips 

When winter weather brings snow or ice to your ministry here are some tips on how to make sure everyone one is safe. 

Areas to be cleared include: 

* Paved walkways

* Entryways 

* Parking lots

Make sure you have the following supplies in stock to help remove snow before ministry activities: 

* Shovels

* Sidewalk salt 

* Sand

* Lock de-icer 

* Non-slip floor mats

* Mop and bucket 

* Wet floor caution signs 

Have leadership watch the weather forecast to determine if there may be a threat of inclement weather that might make conditions unsafe for services or activities. If there is a reason to believe that the weather will warrant a delay or cancellation have a plan in place to notify people as soon as possible. 

The notification process: 

* Notify Employees via text or phone call 

* Notify leaders and volunteers via text or phone call 

* Send mass emails/ text messages to attendees

* Post updates on ministry website and social media pages 

* Notify TV and Radio Stations 

* Change out going voicemail message 


Before We Gather

       Many ministries are meeting in person and are asking if they could be held liable if individuals become ill with COVID-19 after attending ministry in-person activities. While it is possible that a ministry could be sued in connection with the transmission of COVID-19, the likelihood of such a lawsuit being successful seems relatively low. In order for such a lawsuit to succeed, the person bringing the suit would likely need to show that he or she actually contracted COVID-19 within the ministry’s building or at a ministry-sponsored activity. Even if someone were able to show that they contracted COVID-19 within a ministry’s building or during a ministry-sponsored activity, they still would need to show that the ministry’s actions or lack of action actually caused the transmission. With the prevalence of COVID-19 in many communities and how easily it is spread, it likely would be very challenging to establish this. Further, the potential existence of the presence of COVID-19 in any public setting is widely known and individuals that voluntarily attend ministry activities likely have assumed the risk. However, it is important to note that this is a new situation from a legal perspective, and it is unclear how all of this would play out in an actual court case.

       Ministry leaders are encouraged to prepare and take steps to reduce the spread of COVID-19, which should serve to also reduce the risk of liability. It is important to note that acting contrary to government directives and recommendations may increase a ministry’s risk of liability. Ministry leaders are encouraged to seek guidance from a local attorney to determine the best course of action in relation to resuming their ministry’s normal operations.

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