- Medical Plan (PPO, EPO, HDHP)
- Dental coverage
- Vision eyewear coverage
- Flexible spending accounts
- Retirement Savings Plan
- Pension Plan
- Death and disability coverage
- Group term life coverage
Plan design that reflects our values
A culture and tradition of service
Stability of costs year over year
Commitment to wholeness and well-being
- Commitment to wholeness and mutual care. Our philosophy of benefits is based on the concept that we live in a caring community with one another. This is reflected through our benefits.
- Collective purchasing power. We are a leader in the Church Benefits Association and part of the association’s purchasing coalition, which results in the ability to negotiate lower administrative costs and highly favorable contract terms with vendor partners.
- Nonprofit status. As a nonprofit, we are able to offer competitive pricing without regard for profit or shareholder demands. We pass along these savings to our employers and plan members.
- Culture and tradition of service. Our commitment to service excellence is a defining characteristic of who we are and what we do. Part of our value can be found in the ongoing personalized service support and administrative resources we provide employers and members at no additional cost.
The Board of Pensions of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), 2000 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103-3298, 800-773-7752 (800-PRESPLAN)
What we offer
How we serve better
The value of partnership
The Board of Pensions is proud to be a Strategic Partner of the APCU colleges and universities. We feel a strong connection to the membership because of our commonalities and mutual deep-rooted values. Our broad range of employee and retirement benefits reflects our mission to serve. As a nonprofit, our decisions are based on what is right, not what is profitable, for our 65,000 plan participants.