As one of the six agencies of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), we partner with PC(USA) churches, agencies, and mid councils, as well as affiliated employers, to serve approximately 65,000 individuals through the Benefits Plan of the
The Board of Pensions shares the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)'s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion and to dismantling structural racism.
We stand in support of racial equality, and against deeply ingrained prejudices against Black Americans and other people of color simply because of the color of their skin.
Board of Pensions President Frank C. Spencer has signed the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion pledge — a leadership-driven commitment to advancing diversity and inclusion in the workplace. This pledge is part of the Board's formal commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion and to dismantling structural racism.
We offer benefits and programs that foster the wholeness of our members by focusing on four key areas: spiritual, health, financial, and vocational.
God created us whole, knows the ways in which we are broken, and desires us to be restored. We become more spiritually whole when we nurture our relationship with God through worship and prayer, and with others through fellowship and service.
The health we have is a gift from God, and we honor God when we care for it by eating well, exercising often, preventing illness and injury, and cultivating loving relationships.
The more financially responsible we are, the greater our well-being. Financial stability reduces stress and allows us to care for ourselves and others. It frees us to be generous and faithful stewards of all we have received.
God gives us unique talents and abilities ― gifts meant to be used in service to others. Being well vocationally is to be a faithful steward of these gifts, developing and using them for good and faithful purposes.
Board University provides a range of educational programs to active and retired members of the Benefits Plan and their spouses or surviving spouses and partners.
The Board of Pensions provides need-based grants to Benefits Plan members through the Assistance Program, which is supported through generous donations.