The Board of Pensions, one of six national agencies of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), lives into its role in the connectional Church through relationship building. We work toward making new connections — and making our existing connections stronger — as we continue providing strength and stability for the changing Church. Three teams lead this work for our community of faith: Affiliate Markets, Church Consultants, and Ministry Innovation.
The Board partners with employers affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), including colleges, universities, retirement living communities, camps, conference centers, seminaries, and human services organizations. Our shared roots with these organizations guide our work in providing comprehensive benefits to support the health and well-being of employees.Janet S. Toole leads the Affiliate Markets team, which partners with employers to consult on benefits strategy and provide expert, personalized guidance and solutions.
Our Church Consultants are based in different locations throughout the country so they may provide personalized, local support to congregations, mid councils, ministers, and church-related employees. They are available to serve employers who are seeking help with benefits selection, administration, and education. Consultants can assist with
This is a time of great change in the PC(USA) as congregations adapt to shrinking resources and the denomination grows more diverse. Historically marginalized communities face unique challenges, and many cannot afford a pastor.