For congregations

Committed to service excellence for church employers

Selecting benefits for 2020

​​The Board of Pensions is here to answer any questions about selecting benefits and to help you make the best choices for ministers and church workers.

Explore our plans

Administering benefits for your organization

We can assist you in selecting and administering benefits that best suit your needs and those of your employees.

Eligibility
Costs for employers
Church Consultants
Toolkits
Your Employer Agreement
How to use Benefits Connect

A Theology of Benefits in action

Every part of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) community has a distinct role and purpose. 
We work together in coordinated and cooperative ways to serve the greater whole.

The connectional Church

​The six national agencies of the PC(USA) provide six circles of support, advocacy, and decision making.

Six agencies of the Church

Supporting the well-being of ministers

Living by the Gospel is a guide to structuring ministers' terms of call. It also details Pathways to Renewal and includes salary study information.

Living by the Gospel

Assistance Program

The Assistance Program promotes and sustains wholeness and provides critical financial assistance to active and retired members in need of support.

Grant opportunities

Board University

We educate for wholeness and provide learning opportunities in a variety of formats. Explore our online and in-person educational offerings.

E-learning
Seminars
Webinars
CREDO

Pathways to Renewal

​​​Pathways to Renewal brings young ministers into the Benefits Plan with the full benefits of Pastor's Participation at substantially reduced dues. It is designed to provide hope of renewed leadership to small congregations and support to innovative ministries.

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​Did you know there are benefits you can offer to part-time staff?

If you are looking for value-added coverage, consider offering these benefits, which are available for employees regardless of the number of hours they are regularly scheduled to work.

Let's have a conversation.