Church Consultants

The Board of Pensions provides a variety of resources to help support employers in selecting and administering benefits. Church Consultants, located throughout the country, offer personalized assistance to employers, as well as mid councils, in their assigned geographic areas.

The 2025 Benefits Plan better meets the needs of the changing Church by providing flexibility and choice for congregations and pastoral leaders. Read more about the 2025 Benefits Plan, which introduces two new dues packages and includes benefit enhancements for greater value.

How your Church Consultant can guide you

Sessions, session committees, and other church leaders making benefits decisions may call on their Church Consultant for guidance about options. Some of the ways in which our consultants provide support include the following: 

Find the consultant for your region below.


Find your consultant

Luke Choi

Consultant for Michigan, Ohio (except Cincinnati and Upper Ohio Valley), Western New York, and churches in Korean-language presbyteries

Emily Chudy

Consultant for Synod of the Trinity (except Philadelphia)

Kenneth Green

Consultant for Synod of Lakes and Prairies and Synod of Lincoln Trails and Cincinnati

Kevin Keaton

Consultant for Synods of Mid-America and the Sun

Kristin Leucht

Senior Consultant for Synods of the Southwest and Southern California and Hawaii, and part of Synod of the Rocky Mountains (Colorado, Utah)

Elizabeth M. Little

Consultant for North Carolina and South Carolina

Christine Long

Consultant for the Synods of Alaska-Northwest and the Pacific and Presbyteries of Glacier, Wyoming, and Yellowstone

Carrie Mitchell

Consultant for Synod of the Northeast (except Western and Central New York) and presbyteries of Baltimore, National Capital, New Castle, and Philadelphia

Douglas Portz

Vice President, Church Relations, and Director, Interagency Relations

Keenan Rodgers

Consultant for Alabama, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, and Puerto Rico

T. Clark Simmons

Senior Consultant for Florida, Georgia, and Mississippi

Benefits with no hourly work requirement

These benefits can be offered to employees regardless of the number of hours they are regularly scheduled to work — and at little to no cost to you as an employer. Consider these benefits for both full- and part-time employees.