Clergy & Lay Employee Pension Fund

Clergy Pension Plan

All bishops, priests, and deacons who are canonically resident in a domestic diocese of The Episcopal Church and who are not participating in The International Clergy Pension Plan must participate in the Clergy Pension Plan if the cleric receives $200 or more per month in compensation for three or more consecutive months from the same Church employer. (Clergy who are age 67 or older at ordination are exempted from this requirement and are not eligible to participate in the Clergy Pension Plan because they will not meet the five-year vesting requirement before the mandatory retirement age of 72.)

Download  the Guide to Benefits Under the Clergy Pension Plan

More information, forms and publications can be found here on the CPG website.

 

Lay Employee Pension Plan Policies

The Executive Board of the Diocese set the following policies, effective January 1, 2013, in compliance with General Convention Resolution GC2009-A138 to establish a mandatory lay employee pension system.

Download the Health Plan and Lay Employee Pension Plan Policies (Revised by the Executive Board on September 8, 2012)

More information, forms and publications can be found here on the CPG website.

 

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