Operating at the intersection of faith and finance, we are caring professionals partnering with those engaged in the life of the
Church to provide valued services leading to greater financial security and wellness
What distinguishes PBUCC from other retirement and benefits plan providers.
Providing peace of mind through greater financial security and better health.
Reflecting faith-based values in the management of members' pension assets.
Boldly preparing to meet the needs of those who serve the Church.
Helping members maximize their benefits through education and planning resources.
Leveraging our investments to bring about justice and change.
Providing grant support to those in need and raising funds for leadership initiatives.
Helping UCC employers maximize benefits offered to their church employees.
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (the “CARES Act”) was signed into law and enacted on March 27, 2020. Although the CARES Act was the third of four stimulus bills to address the growing economic distress being caused by COVID-19, its provisions formed the foundation of what to expect from subsequent stimulus packages. Read more.
If you are looking to simplify your retirement investing, consider a target-date fund. You get a complete, diversified portfolio in a single fund, and the portfolio has an asset allocation (investment mix) that stays geared to the year you plan to retire. Read more.
Rising theological education costs, reductions in scholarship funding, and lower-than-average pastoral salaries are just some of the factors leading to financial challenges among ministers today. Leading a church and managing educational debt along with other personal financial obligations can be overwhelming for ministers.