Express Scripts will administer the prescription drug program for those with medical coverage through the Board of Pensions, effective January 1, 2021. Here's important information about the transition to Express Scripts and how you may be affected.
Minister Educational Debt Assistance helps eligible ministers repay educational debt through student loan debt coaching and grants of up to $25,000 over five years. This makes it easier for them to accept a wide range of positions and wholly commit their best gifts to ministry.
The Board’s retirement planning seminar addresses retirement preparation holistically. THRIVE — short for Thinking Retirement: Identity, Vocation, and Economics — covers subject matters such as financial planning and retirement healthcare options as part of a larger exploration of identity, health, and vocation in retirement.
The Board of Pensions offers benefits and programs that foster the wholeness of our members and support our partnering organizations, which include congregations and affiliated employers. These stories illustrate the impact the Board has on the lives of those we serve.