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Church Pension Group Webinar Series

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Student Loan Forgiveness

Thanks to an overwhelming response to this webinar, we are offering it again. Clergy members and others engaged full-time at religious not-for-profit organizations may qualify to have their loans forgiven through the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program. Join this webinar to learn about who qualifies for the program, the application process, key dates, and where to get practical guidance on next steps. 

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Financial Literacy and You

We collaborated with George Washington University to better understand how Church lay employees are handling their finances and their financial literacy versus other working professionals. Over 1,000 people participated in the survey. Now we’re sharing the results. This webinar will insights on where lay employees stand on retirement readiness, along with tips, tools, and educational resources.

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Resources to stay on track:

  • Visit the CPG Learning Center often, where you will find self-driven courses, articles, fact sheets, webinars, workshops, and more
  • Take advantage of Fidelity NetBenefits® learning modules, including wellness checkups, managing student debt, and estate planning
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A Guided Walkthrough of New Clergy Compensation Data

Looking to fill an opening or apply for one? How does the compensation compare to similar positions throughout the Church? Join this discussion about the latest Clergy Compensation Report. For the first time, compensation is displayed using race, sexuality, gender identity, and sexual orientation data. Q&A with the team that collects, analyzes, and reports on clergy compensation.

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Don't Be Deceived

Criminals never miss a chance to exploit a crisis, and the COVID-19 pandemic has given them plenty of openings. Older adults—including family members, neighbors, and parishioners—can be especially at risk.

You will hear from a fraud prevention specialist

  • why COVID-19 scams are growing
  • steps for keeping yourself safe
  • where to turn if you’re defrauded

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Psychological First Aid

Psychological distress often follows a crisis. You may need support for yourself, your family, and your community. Join us for a special webinar to learn how Psychological First Aid, a World Health Organization-endorsed approach to post-crisis mental distress, may help increase our capacity to cope. Anyone can practice these strategies.

Hear a clinical psychologist share

  • ways to identify warning signs of distress
  • a perspective on why post-stress reactions are normal
  • how Psychological First Aid may help

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Grounding Practice Using Five Senses:

  • search for five things they can see
  • search for four things they can touch
  • search for three things they can hear
  • search for two things they can smell
  • search for one thing they can taste

Resilience in the Face of Disaster

The impact of a natural disaster is devastating. How did you respond at the time of the crisis and in the weeks following the disaster? How are you feeling today?

This webinar on Resilience and Disaster Relief was originally created for the Diocese of Texas, West Texas, and the Virgin Islands to address the psychological impact that followed after the hurricanes. The topic and webinar content can be applied in similar situations of disaster and trauma. Here you will explore the psychological impact of disaster and promising avenues for restoring well-being. Clinical psychologist Jody Horstman leads the 45-minute presentation, focusing on resilience and managing the stress associated with crisis. With extensive training and experience in disaster relief, Jody speaks to the needs of both survivors and responders, and points to strategies for resilience and self-care in times of crisis and when handling the stressors of everyday life.

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