MPP was replaced by the Clergy Retirement Security Program effective January 1, 2007. However, if you have an MPP account, it will continue to be invested, and you will receive benefits from the plan as before.
To help you plan for retirement, the General Board of Pension and Health Benefits (GBOPHB) has a number of excellent tools. Please click on the links below or contact the GBOPHB at 800-851-2201 or contact the Conference Benefits Officer at 888-622-0285.
These changes will require that all United Methodist Churches and affiliated entities communicate with their employees about affordable healthcare benefits and how to obtain them if they are not provided by their employer.
So that we may "...be subject to the governing authorities..." (Romans 13:1) and help our employees navigate the often confusing waters of healthcare reform, we will offer two webinars to explain what is happening and what we are to do:
NWTX has partnered with Extend Health to provide a choice of Medicare Supplement and Medicare Advantage health insurance plans for our current and future eligible retirees, who are already enrolled in Medicare Parts A & B. These plans will be combined with an individual Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) for each retiree and spouse, as applicable.
Extend Health, Inc. serves Medicare-eligible retirees and their corporate sponsors. They have helped hundreds of thousands of retirees choose the individual Medicare plan that meets their medical needs and budget.