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Saving Grace: A Guide to Financial Well-Being

Saving Grace is a six-session, small group learning curriculum that speaks to key money management topics—such as saving, earning, giving, spending, and debt—from a Wesleyan perspective to help participants reach personal financial goals and achieve a sustainable financial life.

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Wespath's COVID-19 Information

This page provides links to all of Wespath's COVID-19 materials including videos, retirement FAQs, health resources, congregational health information and links to important websites.

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General Conference has been rescheduled. The new dates are August 29 through September 6, 2022, in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Wespath cares for those who serve the UMC around the globe. We're committed to the long-term sustainability of benefits now and for future generations, including supporting the UMC and any new expressions of Methodism that may emerge.

Learn more about Wespath's legislative focus for General Conference and questions regarding a potential UMC restructure.

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Investment Insights Blog: Wespath's Latest Shareholder Engagement on Human Rights Risk

When engaging with a company on ESG issues like human rights risk, investors may file shareholder proposals to prompt further change at the company. Read about Wespath’s latest human rights shareholder engagement.

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Press Release: Wespath Benefits and Investments Joins Joint United Methodist Church Commitment to Net-Zero Emissions by 2050

In the first net-zero commitment of its kind, Wespath, along with other agencies of The United Methodist Church, released a joint statement, “Our Climate Commitment to Net-Zero Emissions.”

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Investment Insights Blog: Wespath Sets Near-Term Portfolio Carbon Intensity Reduction Targets

Wespath announces a new net-zero goal: reduce the carbon intensity of its investment funds by 35% from October 2018 levels by 2025.

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