I am going to go after this a second time. It is nice you found this, but we are talking about armed security. There are state licensing requirements for employing armed security and they do not go away because you have volunteers. If you are going to employ armed security as a commercial entity you will have to have insurance coverage and have licensed individuals perform that function. Some volunteer functions are different because they require state licensing and conform to state regulations established by OSHA and other regulatory agencies. It may not be OSHA that regulates armed security, and that might fall under another regulatory agency within the state, but I am quite sure you cannot just go out and label yourself an armed security guard and start volunteering for your church. So your general OSHA guidelines would need to be expanded upon. So yes you are still wrong.