The Connection Newsletter

Issue: # 2021-06 June 2021



June Newsletter

Welcome back to this month’s edition of The Connection Newsletter!

Even though its not officially summer yet, it sure feels like it – we hope everyone is staying cool during this warm stretch of weather!

This week in our newsletter, we have great tips on the best way to protect a church – as in person gatherings return, investing in a security system for your church is a great way to have peace of mind that your place of worship is protected. And if you’re a renter, make sure to check out the residential section – we talk about why alarm systems aren’t just for homeowners.

We would also like to invite you to visit, our web page for more basic residential alarm systems. If you are willing to do some of the work yourself, our MY DIY Plus package is for you. After 29 years in business, referrals are an important part of our growth. We appreciate any referrals you can send our way.

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Commercial Security

Tips to Improve Church Security


Tips to Improve Church Security

In recent years, the topic of church security has grown. Not only do you have to worry about things like vandalism and burglary, but more and more headlines have been seen about violent incidences involving churches.

With so many risks, some church leaders wonder what steps they can take to protect church members. The good news is, some security measures can be put in place.

Installation of Church Security System

More churches than ever before are considering the installation of a security system. When a modern system is installed, you can protect the church and surrounding property in several ways. It is possible to have motion sensors, glass break detectors, and door sensors installed with a simple setup. However, there are more robust systems that offer many other features.

The first step of securing your church is to have contacts installed on windows and doors, which will provide intrusion detection. It is also possible to set up motion sensors to detect any activity in different church locations and glass break detectors to let you know before someone gets inside the building. Some systems are equipped with flood detection and fire protection devices, too.

Smart Security Systems for Your Church

If you opt to have a smart security system installed, you can open up even more protection options for your church. This system has devices for many potential issues and provides things like IP cameras, smart locks, and smart lights to increase security further. You can also have the system send alerts to set church members if someone enters and turns the system off.

Modern church security systems are equipped with many features that can protect your congregation and building. If you have not yet invested in this system for your church, now is the time to do so.

Residential Security

Why Renters Should Invest in a Home Security System


Just because you rent, a home doesn’t mean you shouldn’t feel safe and secure. You want to be at home, feel safe, and feel like things are protected even when you are away from home. A smart way to achieve this is by investing in a home security system.

Securing Your Home as a Renter

Some renters believe they cannot invest in home automation and security system because they don’t own the property or house. Sometimes, a lease may prevent renters from making any type of significant alteration to the property. A renter may hesitate to make this investment because they don’t want to leave it behind when they move.

Don’t worry. Today, there are wireless alarm options that will help you meet the terms of your lease while still protecting you and your home. These wireless security systems come with several user-friendly features that make them the ideal solution for those who reside in rental properties.

Finding the Right Wireless Home Security Solution

When searching for a quality system, one of the first things to look for is one that offers wireless devices. When you have wireless devices, you don’t have to worry about running wires or putting holes in the walls. You won’t have to install these devices permanently on your ceilings or walls, either. Since you are not opening the walls or doing any other type of significant work to the rental property, you won’t have any issues with your lease. Some of the other features to look for when investing in a wireless security system include:

· DIY installation capabilities

· Flexible contracts

· Additional features

· Optional devices (i.e., motion detectors, door contacts, smart water valves, fire protection, flood protection, etc.)

By finding the right wireless security system, you can achieve the peace of mind you deserve and avoid any issues with your lease or the property owner.

Tech Corner

Benefits Offered by Glass Break Sensors

Today, security systems are offered with all types of tech-savvy features and options. One such feature is glass break sensors. These are highly effective at preventing crime at a residential or commercial property. To provide this level of protection, your alarm system will utilize an array of devices placed in strategic locations to serve as a deterrent or trigger an alarm if someone tries to break in.


Installing motion sensors and door or window contact sensors are common ways to secure residential or commercial property. This is because these small devices are highly effective in preventing break-ins and other security issues.

Understanding Modern Glass Break Sensors

These are security devices that are designed to detect the sound of breaking glass. If the sensor detects this sound, it provides some type of response. This may be an audible alarm, or it could be a signal sent to a monitoring service.

The sensors are designed with microphones that will “listen” to the sound. Some microphones help the sensor distinguish between glass breaking and other sounds. A quality glass break detector will even distinguish between window glass breaking and other types of glass breaking (such as a coffee cup).

How Do Glass Break Sensors Work?

Window and door sensors work by having two parts of the device that remain close together when the window or door is closed. If the window or door is opened, the two parts are moved apart, which triggers the built-in alarm.

With glass break sensors installed, you have an additional layer of protection. This can provide you with peace of mind that if someone does try to break in, you will be alerted of this.


Who was responsible for writing the first, original version of “Hurt?”

A) Johnny Cash

B) Trent Reznor

C) Bob Dylan

D) Neil Young



In 1990, what artist won the Grammy Award for the “Best New Artist?”

A) Neneh Cherry

B) Indigo Girls

C) Soul II Soul

D) Milli Vanilli



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Thank you for reading our June issue. Don’t forget to read our weekly blog as well.

See you next month!


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