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Retired Clergy

Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization Ruling Update

The Episcopal Church Medical Trust (Medical Trust) remains committed to providing access to high quality reproductive healthcare services. We understand that as a result of the recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, state legislative actions may impact the reproductive healthcare services that the Medical Trust can provide in certain states.

Please know that we continue to evaluate these legislative actions with the goal of identifying alternative ways to make reproductive healthcare services available to all impacted members and will keep you updated on any developments.

We appreciate your patience and understanding as we continue to monitor the various legislative developments across the country. As always, we remain committed to ensuring our clients’ rights to reproductive healthcare services.

If there is an immediate need for services that may be impacted by these legislative developments, members of the Medical Trust’s medical plans can contact their carrier’s member services team using the number on the back of their member ID card or by visiting their carrier’s online member portal, in order to discuss what services are currently covered. 

Stability Behind the Numbers
2022 Annual Report 

Find out how a disciplined approach today protects the financial strength of our pension and other programs for decades to come.

CPG Report to General Convention: The Work Continues

Our 2022 update to the Blue Book shows how we are moving forward in our commitment to serve the Church.

MyCPG - New and Improved!

The new MyCPG Accounts is here! These latest enhancements will allow you to:

  • View and manage dependent information
  • Manage additional personal information
  • Upload documents to CPG
  • Access news and e-learning

As before, you can access your benefits-related information. Everything has a new look and feel, but is still quick, convenient, and safe! Learn More.

Changes to the Workplace Retirement Savings Plans

Good news! The annual recordkeeping fee for The Episcopal Church Lay Employees’ Defined Contribution Retirement Plans (Lay DC Plans) and The Episcopal Church Retirement Savings Plan (RSVP) was further reduced. We’re also replacing some of the investment options offered through these Plans.

Check out the updated Fidelity Investment Options Guide.

Log in to Fidelity NetBenefits® to learn what these fee and fund changes mean for you.