Partnering with the Board

The Board of Pensions provides robust benefits and exceptional service and support to our partnering organizations, which include congregations and affiliated employers.

The Board of Pensions partners with Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) congregations, agencies, and mid councils, as well as employers affiliated with the PC(USA), to provide a broad range of benefits and assistance programs, including medical, dental, vision, pension, and retirement savings.

We provide dedicated service to approximately 65,000 individuals through the Benefits Plan of the PC(USA) with professional expertise, care, and compassion. Our philosophy of benefits and pricing approach are based on the concept that we live in caring community with one another. We are committed to wholeness and mutual care, and that is reflected in our benefits.

Affiliated employers

We partner with employers that have an association with the PC(USA). They include 

  • schools and colleges;
  • seminaries;
  • healthcare facilities;
  • retirement communities; and
  • camps and conference centers.

Contact us if you are interested in offering benefits to your employees through the Benefits Plan and to learn if you qualify for partnership opportunities with the Board.

Church employers

Church employers include PC(USA) congregations, which provide benefits to ministers and other staff members, as well as PC(USA) agencies, synods, and presbyteries. Any minister or employee who meets eligibility requirements may be offered benefits through the Benefits Plan.

Benefits Plan exemplifies ‘care’ for Lees-McRae College

​When Lees-McRae College moved on from a self-funded medical plan and partnered with the Board of Pensions, it was able to add value for its employees and reduce administrative burden and financial risk.

Read Lees-McRae College's story

Stillman finds plan value, personal touches with Board of Pensions

​In partnering with the Board of Pensions to offer benefits to its employees, Stillman College found a perfect fit, according to Stillman President Dr. Cynthia Warrick.

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Seeking wholeness for all

Covenant Presbyterian Church, a large church in Charlotte, North Carolina, provides retirement, medical, and other valuable benefits to its full-time employees, freeing them to bring their best gifts to ministry.

Read Covenant Presbyterian Church's story

Medical Plan coverage provides value and stability

​According to St. Andrews President Paul Baldasare, it was a combination of features that led the university to choose medical coverage through the Board of Pensions.

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Returning home to the Board of Pensions family

Previously a partner with the Board of Pensions, Florida Presbyterian Homes recently “returned home” to the Benefits Plan and experienced cost savings and enhanced service and benefits offerings.

Read Florida Presbyterian Homes' story

Switch to Retirement Savings Plan pays off for Brazos Presbyterian Homes and its employees

​After just a few months with the Retirement Savings Plan, what had previously been a pain point for Brazos is now paying off in a variety of ways for both the employer and its employees.

Read Brazos Presbyterian Homes' story