The church I attend has no stance on concealed permit holders bringing their firearms inside, and Ohio law dictates that places of worship are off limits unless they give permission. I called up one of our pastors a couple months ago and asked that he look into things. He talked about it a bit, and has informed me that there will be an elder's meeting eventually and the subject will be placed on the agenda, and he'd like me to come present the subject to them.
I really didn't expect them to ask me to do this, but I intend to write up a nice presentation of reasons for cc, as well as presenting copies of the relevant laws. I may ask an attorney friend come along for the ride, to assist with questions they might have about liability and whatnot. At least one of the elder board is an attorney as well, and we have at least one active LEO, a few military guys, and all around reasonable bunch. I know they aren't anti 2a in general, as many of them have shot skeet with me at our retreats, but that doesn't mean they are pro cc.
I'm unsure exactly where to start with the presentation, but I'll be putting together my thoughts over the next few weeks here (I do have some time to prepare, fortunately). Have any of you had to present to a a board of trustees, elders etc? I'm curious if you have some source materials or short books/literature I could purchase ahead of time to hand out as follow-up reading for the group.