Your path to wholeness

Answer the Call to Health

​Call to Health is an annual well-being program that encourages you to develop and maintain healthy habits in each of the four dimensions of wholeness: spiritual, health, financial, and vocational. By participating in activities called challenges, you can work toward becoming your best self — and qualify for reduced medical deductibles.

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Lifelong learning through Board University

​We uphold the Presbyterian value of lifelong learning. Our educational opportunities through Board University — including e-learning, webinars, seminars, and more — focus on spiritual, health, financial, or vocational well-being to help individuals pursue wholeness. Browse Board University offerings.

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CREDO

A primary resource for health and wholeness in the Church, CREDO provides PC(USA) ministers with opportunities for personal reflection, learning, and renewal.

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THRIVE e-learning series

THRIVE addresses retirement preparation holistically as part of a larger exploration of identity, health, and vocation in retirement.

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Healthy Pastors, Healthy Congregations

PC(USA) pastors and congregational leadership work together toward financial sustainability through financial education and consultations. Qualifying pastors who complete the program with their congregation's leadership receive up to $10,000 for personal debt reduction or retirement savings.

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2018 Assistance Program statistics
​In 2019, the Assistance Program distributed 1,245 grants for a total of $7.6 million.

Give & receive

Share in God's grace. Give or request financial or housing assistance through the Assistance Program.
 
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A Theology of Benefits in action

​We are each called to wholeness — to holistic well-being — so that we may live a life of plenty. That's why we offer benefits and programs that foster the spiritual, health, financial, and vocational wholeness of our members.

Wholeness isn't something we complete or acquire it's something we practice and build on. The experience is different for each of us and changes throughout our lives. Our approach is to uplift wholeness in each of us so that we may care and support one another through our work and in our community.

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