Church Pension Group convenes new Customer Council

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NEW YORK, March 30, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Church Pension Group (CPG), a financial services organization serving The Episcopal Church, announced that it has assembled a new class of Client Council (Council) members to provide honest feedback on its programs and to give products and services. The 38-member council, which will serve through 2024, is made up of lay administrators and church leaders, bishops, priests, deacons and retired ministers from inside and outside the United States.

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The Church Pension Group, a financial services organization serving the Episcopal Church, announced that it has assembled a new class of Client Council (Council) members to provide honest feedback on its programs, products and services. The 38-member council, which will serve through 2024, is made up of lay administrators and church leaders, bishops, priests, deacons and retired ministers from inside and outside the United States. (Graphic: Business Wire)

“We are delighted to convene this new Customer Advisory Board. Their fresh perspectives and diverse experiences will help us focus on areas of opportunity,” said Frank Armstrong, CPG’s Chief Operating Officer. “Previous customer advisory boards have been invaluable in our decision making. Their insights have helped us improve our current offerings and sometimes create new products and programs to address the changing needs of our customers. You have assisted in our efforts to communicate the anticipated benefits of these offerings, and our conversations have always been solid, direct, and honest. We look forward to learning from another group of Council members.”

The Council meets annually as a full group and meets in smaller groups as needed to assist CPG in reviewing new policies, programs and practices.

About the Church Pension Group

The Church Pension Group (CPG) is a financial services organization serving the Episcopal Church. It has three lines of business – benefits, insurance and publishing. CPG provides retirement, medical, life insurance and related benefits for Episcopal Church clergy and lay employees, as well as property and casualty insurance, and book and music publishing, including the Church’s official worship materials. Follow CPG on Facebook, TwitterYouTube, Instagram and LinkedIn. cpg.org

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C. Curtis Ritter
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Head of Corporate Communications
212-592-1816
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