Effective salary includes various types of compensation and/or reimbursements paid by employers to employees. Unique to the Board of Pensions, effective salary is not the same as the taxable income reported to the IRS or the Social Security Administration.
We offer packages and programs that support the well-being of ministers and their families, as well as the long-term vitality of PC(USA) congregations. Pastor's Participation is a comprehensive benefits package for ministers, while Minister's Choice provides important financial protection for ministers who are not in installed positions. Dues incentive programs, including Benefits Grants for Organizing Pastors and Pathways to Renewal, bring pastors into Pastor's Participation at reduced dues.
Employers can choose from several benefits options that have no hourly work requirements for employees to participate. Consider these options for both full- and part-time employees.
Use these toolkits to engage with and educate employees about benefits.
These online calculators assist employers in selecting and administering benefits for their employees.
Recive and pay monthly invoices online — quickly and easily — with BoardLink.
Find detailed information about benefits offerings in these documents.
Use these forms to apply for, initiate, or change benefits.
These rules help guide employers in the administration of benefits.
These important notices include legal information about benefits, HIPAA privacy practices and members' rights, and summaries of benefits and coverage.
Beginning March 1, BoardLink will be the only way to get your invoice. Learn more.
Receive and pay invoices from the Board of Pensions through our online billing system, BoardLink. It is a convenient way to view and pay invoices, set up monthly email reminders to view invoices, and review payment status and history.
You can also mail payments to
The Board of Pensions of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
P.O. Box 13715
Philadelphia, PA 19101-3715
Employers have access to no-cost management consultation services through the Employee Assistance Plan, administered by Cigna. The EAP provides assistance with workplace issues ranging from employee performance to natural disasters.