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RSP Participants Can Earn Call to Health Points with These Challenges


If you are an active Medical Plan member, and also participate in the Retirement Savings Plan of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) (RSP), you can earn Call to Health* points with these challenges:

  • (Ends 3/4/18) Prepare for America Saves Week (25 points): This challenge encourages RSP participants to visit the Fidelity Investments Building Savings page during America Saves Week (February 26–March 3, 2018) and learn how to begin or supplement retirement savings.
  • Visit Fidelity’s Planning & Guidance Center (50 points): This challenge reminds RSP participants that Fidelity’s Planning & Guidance Center is available to help create a retirement savings strategy, estimate retirement income, and receive ongoing guidance to get on track and stay there.
  • (NEW) Put Your Tax Savings to Work! (50 points): Many workers have seen an increase in their paycheck recently as a result of the new federal tax-withholding guidelines. This challenge encourages RSP participants to use those extra dollars to increase their retirement savings by at least 1 percent.

Call to Health offers challenges in each of the four dimensions of wholeness: spiritual, health, financial, and vocational. Completing financial challenges is good fiscal stewardship: You earn points toward significantly lower medical deductibles and a $100 Amazon gift card, while discovering tools and resources to help you better manage your money, save for retirement, and secure your family's future. For more information, read The Call to Health — and Wholeness.

So, if you participate in the Medical Plan and the RSP, visit, join these challenges, and don’t forget to report that you’ve completed them by the due date to be sure you get your points!

* Call to Health is available to active Medical Plan members and spouses covered through Highmark (PPO or EPO). Call to Health is not available to members or spouses enrolled in Triple-S, GeoBlue, or the Medicare Supplement Plan.