Understanding Your Benefits
Essential information for new employees (or anyone looking for a quick refresher).
Resilience: Stacking the Odds for Wellness
Interested in tips, tools and practices for enhancing resilience? Our multi-part course offers a practical, interactive guide.
Facing Dementia: Important Information for Caregivers and Older Adults
Are you a caregiver or concerned about a dementia diagnosis for yourself or a loved one? This course offers general information that may help with financial, physical, and psychological care.
Five Years to Retirement: Your Roadmap to Retirement Readiness
A practical approach to retirement planning, with suggestions and tips for staying on track.
The Church Pension Fund Clergy Pension Plan — US Dioceses
Get to know your pension benefit and the other benefits The Church Pension Fund provides to eligible clergy.
The Episcopal Church Retirement Savings Plan (RSVP)
If you are a clergy or lay employee enrolled in a defined benefit pension plan, you may have the option of contributing your own money toward your retirement savings.
The Episcopal Church Lay Employees’ Defined Contribution Retirement Plan (Lay DC Plan)
Are you planning for the future you want? Start today by making the most of the Lay DC Plan.
Clergy Housing Allowance
Clergy may be allowed to exclude some or all of their housing expenses from U.S. federal income tax. Learn more about this important tax exclusion.
What’s the most important decision you’ll make with regards to your Social Security retirement benefit? It could be deciding when to claim.
Protecting Yourself from Financial Fraud
If you were approached with a financial opportunity, could you spot a fraud? Learn the tactics con artists use to trick their victims, even those who are educated and financially aware.
Understanding the International Clergy Pension Plan
The information you’ll need to understand your pension benefit and other benefits The Church Pension Fund provides to eligible clergy.
Required Minimum Distribution for CPG Plans and Products
This course walks you through RMDs as they apply to the Defined Benefit Plans, Defined Contribution Plans, and Individual Retirement Accounts administered by CPG.
Your Healthcare Benefits
Here’s a quick guide to your healthcare benefits and the coverage available to you and your family.
Health Savings Accounts and High Deductible Health Plans
Information about High Deductible Health Plans offered by The Episcopal Church Medical Trust and Health Savings Accounts.
Group Medicare Advantage
Learn about the retiree health plans offered by The Episcopal Church Medical Trust in a course created especially for clergy and lay employees of The Episcopal Church.
Medicare Secondary Payer
- Small Employer Exception
Here's information to help with understanding how Medicare and your employer's group health plan work together to assist with decisions about what to do, when, and why.
Take this bite-sized course of quick tips to help with your food choices.
Nutrition: Your Next Meal
Discover ways to help make food choices that are right for you.
SMART: Five Key Ways to Make Your Goals More Effective
Hone your personal goals for health and financial well-being with help from this newly updated interactive course.
Visioning: See Your Way to Wellness
Need a kick-start for improved health and financial well-being? Use visioning to create a healthier tomorrow.
Coping Tips for Uncertain Times
Short videos to support well-being of both body and mind.
Could This Be Burnout?
Episcopal priest and clinical mental health therapist Mario Conliffe discusses ways to understand burnout and offers suggestions for promoting well-being.
Audio / Video
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You’ll find fictitious characters and scenarios used in this course to illustrate points and explain concepts.
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