For more than a century-and-a-half, the United Church of Christ Church Building & Loan Fund has served new and renewing congregations of the United Church of Christ and other Christian denominations throughout the U.S. Through innovative programs that help churches plan, raise, finance, and build projects that advance the mission of the Church, CB&LF has partnered with congregations to transform their local communities.
Operating at the intersection of faith and finance, The Pension Boards are caring professionals partnering with those engaged in the life of the Church to provide valued services leading to greater financial security and wellness. The Pension Boards is composed of two nonprofit corporations: The Pension Boards – United Church of Christ, Inc. (PBUCC) an its controlled affiliate, the United Church Board for Ministerial Assistance, Inc. (UCBMA).
With over a century of service to the UCC, United Church Funds offers a family of investment funds that are professionally managed, well-diversified and socially responsible, providing competitive returns for church endowments and other long-term investments.
The United Church of Christ Cornerstone Fund is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission of “joining together in faith to invest in and build Community.” Since 1993, the Cornerstone Fund, through the help of its investors, has supported more than 650 local United Church of Christ (UCC) congregations and other UCC-affiliated ministries and organizations with low-cost financing – totaling more than $225 million.
Insurance Board is a financial ministry of the Conferences of the United Church of Christ serving the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), the Presbyterian Church (USA), the Alliance of Baptists, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, and the Reformed Church in America. Their mission is to support and protect churches and church ministries by offering superior property and casualty risk and insurance management services.
Convergence supports the reshaping of organizations, congregations and leaders engaged in an age of movement from “organized religion” to “organizing religion” driven by the values of an inclusive, progressive theological vision for a more just world for all.
CHHSM was recognized by the 15th General Synod as an organization comprised of institutions and programs in health and human services related to the United Church of Christ. CHHSM is a member association of more than 400 UCC-related health and human service ministries, providing more than $877 million in uncompensated charitable care annually. CHHSM offers leadership development, training, networking, strategic programs, and consultation services.