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Fall 2018

Perspective

Fall 2018

Coming Together

Every day, the many elements of the Church Pension Group (CPG) come together to support our vision and the values we hold in common with the Episcopal Church. It is my pleasure to send you this fall issue of Perspective, which shares highlights of our ongoing work serving those who serve the Church.

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Articles in This Issue

Faith and Finance: Investing in Values

CPG convened international experts in London to examine how we measure the social benefits of impact investing.

A Gathering of Benefits Leaders

Each fall CPG hosts administrators and other leaders from around the Church—and around the world—for invaluable conversations about challenges, solutions, and the future.

Your Stories. Our Work.

CPG serves clergy and lay employees of the Episcopal Church in many different ways.

Turning Pages: Church Publishing and Social Responsibility

Church Publishing’s support of social responsibility is evident through our many books.

Vermont Governor Phil Scott Visits The Church Insurance Companies

The Church Insurance Companies hosted Governor Scott and his cabinet as part of his Capitol for a Day initiative.

Executive Spotlight: The Rev. Clayton Crawley, Chief Information Officer

Learn how Father Crawley and his team utilize technology to serve our clients.

79th General Convention Legislation Recap

More than 100 of the resolutions passed at General Convention touch on some aspect of our work at CPG.

Church Pension Fund Trustees: Vision and Leadership

What motivates leadership of The Church Pension Fund Board of Trustees and who are the newest members?

CPG In The News

The Living Church: Twenty Minutes with Mary Kate Wold

CPG CEO & President Mary Kate Wold spoke with The Living Church about her work and her faith.

IPE: The Church Pension Fund: Moving the Needle

Members of The Church Pension Fund Investment Group reflect on how the team practices impact investing.