Benefits Connections

The Board of Pensions hosts annual Benefits Connections at locations across the nation to engage Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) churches in important benefits conversations and to help them be the best employers they can be.
Benefits Connections
Virtual Benefits Connections

New Benefits Connections webinar

​Join us for the Virtual Benefits Connections webinar on Monday, July 22, as Church Consultants present information and reminders to help church employers with selecting benefits for 2020.

Learn more and register

Helping church employers align benefits
and values

Benefits Connections are half-day events, during which employers hear from benefits experts from the Board about the foundational values of the Benefits Plan of the PC(USA) — wholeness, compassion, and justice — and the Church’s commitment to just compensation. You’ll explore ways your congregation can support ministers and staff through these values. And you’ll understand how benefits offered by the Board can meet your needs as an employer.

You’ll also have the opportunity to network with colleagues from your region and tell us what you need as an employer. We look forward to meeting with you.

Who should attend

Anyone involved in the life of the Church is welcome. We especially encourage those responsible for benefits to attend, including

  • church business administrators and office managers;
  • clerks of session;
  • personnel committee chairs;
  • pastors; and
  • mid council leaders.

Registration

Select the location convenient for you.   

​Date​LocationRegister
​April 30​Atlanta​Register
​April 30​Minneapolis-St. PaulRegister
​May 2​PittsburghRegister
​May 7DallasRegister
​May 9​CharlotteRegister
​May 9​St. LouisRegister
​May 14​SeattleRegister
​May 14​Washington, D.C. areaRegister
​May 15​Los Angeles (La Canada)Register
​May 16​Los Angeles (Long Beach)Register
​May 16​New YorkRegister

For more information

Email a member of the Church Engagement team or call 215-587-7588.

“So good to see the clear focus on the theology of stewardship and the hard work the Board of Pensions is doing to be ever more flexible for these changing times.”

— Benefits Connections attendee