How to use Benefits Connect for employers

Benefits Connect is the benefits portal of the Board of Pensions. It is used by both employers and employees in the Benefits Plan of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) to access benefits information and perform a variety of functions.


To register for and access Benefits Connect, you must submit an Employer Agreement to the Board of Pensions. Once the Board receives your agreement, your Employer Profile will be set up and you will be able to register for and access Benefits Connect.

Each employer can have one designated employer representative who can access Benefits Connect. The employer representative is responsible for administering benefits for all employees.

Using Benefits Connect

As your organization’s employer representative, here are some of the things you can do on Benefits Connect:

  • View and update contact information for the employer representative, Retirement Savings Plan (RSP) representative, and billing representative.
  • Review, update, and confirm employee salary information.
  • Review invoices from the past six months.
  • Enroll members for benefits.
  • Terminate a member’s employment.
  • Search for additional information and send requests to the Board through the new Resources & Support option at the top of every page.
  • View your Employer Agreement; model, build, and submit your Agreement at certain times during the year.

How to register

If you are new to Benefits Connect, here’s how to register:

  • Go to Benefits Connect.
  • Select I am a new user on the Benefits Connect log-in page.
  • Select I am an employer representative.
  • Complete the employer registration form.
  • Check your inbox for the New Registration email; click the link to create your User ID and Password.
  • Enter your employer ID (PIN), then create a User ID and Password (click on blue question marks for setup criteria).
  • When prompted, select a security question and provide your answer; you may then choose whether you want to set up an SMS (text) security option.


Benefits Connect is protected by multiple firewalls and uses 128-bit encryption (HTTPS) to protect your information as it is sent across the internet. This technology protocol is often used to protect payments and other sensitive transactions in corporate information systems. The Board of Pensions also uses multifactor authentication to strengthen the log in process and protect user data.


If you have questions about your eligibility or accessing Benefits Connect, call the Board of Pensions at 800-773-7752 (800-PRESPLAN).