Understanding Your Benefits

Understanding Your Benefits

Essential information for new employees (or anyone looking for a quick refresher)

The Church Pension Fund and its affiliates (collectively, the “Church Pension Group”) provides health and retirement benefits for clergy and lay employees of the Episcopal Church. These financial and healthcare benefits are available to support plan participants and assist with their goals for a comfortable retirement.

Here you’ll find a collection of courses with important information about these benefits and ways to make the most of what’s available. Whether you’re focusing on retirement planning or enhancing your health and well-being, your benefits can help you move in the right direction.

Courses

Your Healthcare Benefits

Your healthcare benefit provides access to care for you and your family. Make sure you’re in the know about the many available benefits and how to use them.

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.

The Episcopal Church Retirement Savings Plan (RSVP)

If your employer contributes to a Defined Benefit plan, you can save for retirement using your own pre-tax dollars in this 403(b) tax-deferred plan.

 

User Guide

Audio / Video

Courses may include audio and video. Turn your audio ON. Earphones or a headset may be necessary, depending on your viewing situation.


Your Information

Self-assessments and text fields request personal input. By entering information, you will be better able to engage in the process. The information you provide will not be retained permanently by the Church Pension Group. Your information will only be available to you during your individual session.


Design Note

You’ll find fictitious characters and scenarios used in this course to illustrate points and explain concepts.


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