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Wespath Benefits and Investments is a not-for-profit administrative agency of the United Methodist Church (UMC) build on 100 years of success and sustainability. We provide retirement plans, investment solutions and health benefit plans for UMC clergy and lay employees. Our work revolves around collaboration, innovation and creating a brighter future for those we serve.Learn more about our mission-based work
Wespath is a robust and diverse organization, offering career opportunities in many different fields.
Wespath Institutional Investments serves the needs of institutional investors through a multi-manager platform of broadly diversified funds, positive social purpose lending, and the integration of environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations into our investment strategy.
Retirement Plan Services administers the denomination's retirement plans, in partnership with United Methodist Church (UMC) annual conferences and other plan sponsors, to help ensure clergy, surviving spouses and lay workers receive financial benefits at retirement.
Health and Well-Being Services strive to improve multiple dimensions of health and well-being — physical, emotional, spiritual, social and financial — for clergy and lay workers of the UMC and their families. We provide health and well-being plans to UMC annual conferences and other plan sponsors.
Central Conference Pensions (CCP) provides retirement support for clergy and surviving spouses in the Church conferences outside the United States. The initiative is developing sustainable pension plans where none previously existed. CCP provides funding for immediate pension support and education and training to help each region develop its own self-funded pension program.
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