Insurance for Mission


Insurance for Mission

Discussion your mission insurance experience and get advice from experts

Location: Selsdon Surrey
Members: 18
Latest Activity: Jul 7, 2017

Related OSCAR Links

OSCAR's Insurance page


- NHS Entitlement by Nathan Lyon

OSCAR's Survey of NHS-gap Providers

- Is your Life Insurance valid? by Derwent Campbell

- The Parable of the Unwise Steward by Michael Lyon

Discussion Forum

Group Policies

Does anyone have any info or experience of good group policies for mission teams or mission organisations?

Started by OSCAR Jul 7, 2017.

Professional indemnity insurance 3 Replies

Does anyone know of any organisations that would be able to offer professional indemnity insurance for health professionals working outside the UK (outside the EU)? Is it possible to get any? Do most…Continue

Started by Duncan Watts. Last reply by Simon Hickman Mar 8, 2017.

House Insurance for those who rent their UK house out whilst overseas 4 Replies

An OSCAR user has reported that their current house insurer is saying that they now have to get someone to check their house every three months for the insurance to be valid so they're looking to…Continue

Started by OSCAR. Last reply by Ruth Harrison Oct 22, 2015.

Temporary Insurance for foreign registered cars 1 Reply

We just bought a left hand drive car as we will soon be working in Spain.  The car is not registered in the UK, and we had great difficulty finding any UK company which would insure it.  We have been…Continue

Started by Jack McCullars. Last reply by Simon Hickman Sep 3, 2015.

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Comment by Shepherd Group on July 10, 2015 at 7:59
They still act as a front page, ( finding and selecting the appropriate insurance ) for church and non profit activities as well. I find the insurance can be more finely tuned for specific needs than other insurers.
Comment by Simon Hickman on July 10, 2015 at 7:01
Thanks for that. Remember though that this was about insurance for mission and Kingdom Bank sold their travel insurance arm. That was why I queried why you would use them for mission insurance!
Comment by Shepherd Group on July 8, 2015 at 17:02

Kingdom Bank, Nottingham is an ethical bank which funds church buildings and furthers community improvements through the church. Any dealings with them ultimately helps the great commission. They will act as a front page and work with you to guide your insurance solutions or investments options. They are underwritten and are members of the various financial safeguards that you would expect from any high street bank. Customer service is great, they are approachable and friendly. Once a believer learns something I believe it is then an ethical choice whether to further Kingdom living or revert back to the old...personally now I have had dealings with them I will continue to support their mission by investing and covering various business insurance needs with them.

Comment by Simon Hickman on July 7, 2015 at 7:16

Interesting additional comment - what made you choose a bank for your insurance needs?

Comment by Shepherd Group on July 6, 2015 at 21:20
Kingdom Bank
Comment by Simon Hickman on September 20, 2011 at 13:05
Great article by Michael Lyon - "The parable of the unwise steward". Reminded me of the lighthouse story about the lighthouse keeper who died after being sent three forms of rescue during a severe storm but refused each one because he trusted in God - not for one minute thinking that each rescue party had been sent by God!  Insurance is often considered by Christians to be not necessary, but it is a wise use of resources to protect missions.  Who gave people the ability to think up and run insurance protection schemes - you know the answer!
Comment by Simon Hickman on November 17, 2010 at 19:32
I'm interested to know how you made your choice of insurance. Did you opt for short term emergency medical cover or did you opt for a lonnger term international healthcare plan?

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