Is It Time for a Check-Up?

By The Rev. Dr. Bob Honeychurch

Some might say I “failed” at retirement. I would argue just the opposite.

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Articles in This Issue

Nutrition Nuggets for Your Next Meal

By Krishna Dholakia, MS, RD, CDE, CDN

Nourishing ourselves can be a beautiful thing, but many situations that include food can throw us off track. Help is just click away.

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Monitoring Your Financial Wellness

By Laurence Dresner, ChFC

Now is a good time to review plans you made at the beginning of the year and check your progress. Little changes over time can add up to huge differences.

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Nutritional Counseling Benefit

If you are a member of an Episcopal Church Medical Trust health plan, your benefits include sessions with a nutritional counselor.
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Book Look — Spiritual Exercises: Joining Body and Spirit in Prayer

Summer — the time to enjoy the great outdoors and focus on the pleasures of health and wellness. Nancy Roth offers an overview of contemporary prayer and discusses how to integrate physical well-being with spiritual practice.
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Healthy Recipe: Scallion-Dill Potato Salad

Impress your friends and family with this healthier version of a classic summer side dish!
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Important Information

Upcoming Webinars

Fidelity: Invest Confidently for Your Future*

Learn how to define your savings goals and build an investment plan to help you optimize your savings.

  • Tuesday, August 28, 2018, 12:00PM EST – Register

*Church Pension Group and its affiliates (CPG) are not responsible for the content presented in this webinar. Third party vendors with whom CPG conducts routine business will make the presentation.

Did You Know?

If you are enrolled in an EyeMed plan through the Medical Trust, we’ve got good news! Eyeglass frame benefits have been increased from a $130 allowance in 2017 to $150 in 2018! Remember, there is no copay for your annual eye exam when you use EyeMed’s network providers.

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