2018 COLA Announcements

  • Beneficiaries of the Clergy Plan will receive a 2.0% COLA in the monthly pension benefit, effective January 1, 2018. The adjustment will be prorated for those with a 2017 retirement date. See more information.
  • The CPF Board has determined there will be no cost of living adjustment (COLA) for beneficiaries of The Episcopal Church Lay Employees’ Retirement Plan (Lay DB Plan) for 2018. A letter announcing the board’s decision will be mailed to all Lay DB Plan beneficiaries. See more information.

A Chance to Listen, Share, and Look to the Future

Your opportunity to join the conversation:

  • January 24, Houston
  • February 7, San Francisco

To learn more visit Insights & Ideas.

HoD Committee on the State of the Church Report

Following the 78th General Convention, the House of Deputies Committee on the State of the Church convened a Church Pension Group (CPG) subcommittee to study CPG’s preparedness for the future. Over the course of 2017, the subcommittee met with CPG’s executive management team to discuss a wide range of topics and collect information. These conversations culminated in the development of a report that addresses CPG’s relationship to the Church, CPG’s pension and health benefits programs, its financial sustainability, and its investment strategy.

Read the report. English | Spanish

You can read the press release here.

Revisions to Pension Plans and Related Benefits

For more information about the revisions:

Take the new eLearning course Understanding The Church Pension Fund Clergy Pension Plan.

View the events calendar and webinar schedule for Clergy Pension Plan Revision presentations.

    Click to view our Centennial video.

Observing a Century of Service

When The Church Pension Fund (CPF) began operations in 1917, Bishop William Lawrence set out to create a pension fund that would enable clergy to retire with dignity. Since then our charter has expanded to include other products and services, and to cover lay employees who are critical to the Church’s ability to fulfill its mission.

A century later, Bishop Lawrence’s intention lives on in our vision, which is to provide our clients with the highest possible level of financial security in retirement consistent with exemplary financial stewardship on our part and with the evolving needs of the Church.

Learn more about how CPF continues to serve the changing needs of the Church.

    Click to view CPG at the NYSE.

CPG Rings The Opening Bell® at the NYSE

The Church Pension Group rang The Opening Bell® at the New York Stock Exchange in recognition of CPG’s centennial anniversary. Mary Kate Wold, CEO and President of CPG, was joined by members of The Church Pension Fund Board of Trustees, the company’s executive leadership team, and employees for the special occasion.

Learn more in the Media Room.

Perspective, Fall 2017

Read Perspective, Fall 2017, an update from Mary Kate Wold, CEO and President.

2016 Church Compensation Report

The latest report analyzing trends in clergy compensation is now available. Click here to view the report.

2017 Annual Report

The 2017 CPG Annual Report is available. Click here to access the report.