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79th General Convention

79th General Convention

Welcome to The Church Pension Fund’s (CPF) 79th General Convention website. We have gathered information about CPF and its three lines of business - benefits, property and casualty insurance, and publishing (collectively the Church Pension Group or CPG) - related to General Convention.

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CPG at General Convention

Reports to General Convention

Find updates on our work during the past triennium and responses to 2015 General Convention resolutions, including the Blue Book Report.

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Trustee
Nominees

Learn more about the nominees for CPF's Board of Trustees.

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CPG Events &
GC Resources

Learn about the events CPG is sponsoring, including Insights & Ideas Luncheons and TEConversations

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About CPG

Leadership and Governance

Governance of CPF is provided by a 25-member Board of Trustees, 24 of whom are elected by General Convention of the Episcopal Church. The CEO and President of CPF serves as the 25th Trustee. 

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Products and
Services

CPG includes three lines of business, benefits, property and casualty insurance, and publishing. 

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Investment Management

The primary role of CPF's Investment Department is to ensure our ability to fund pension and related benefits for the participants and beneficiaries of various pension and other benefit plans sponsored by CPF, a responsibility that extends for many decades into the future.

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Videos

Your Stories. Our Work.

Hear from our clients about how CPG impacts their life and work.

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Positive Impact Investing

Learn about CPF's socially responsible investments.

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Expert Insights

Thought leadership on the changing Church and positive impact investing.

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Research & Data

Clergy Deployment Trends: Adapting to a New Reality

CPG's Research & Data Department conducts and commissions research to better understand issues facing our clergy and the Episcopal Church.

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