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Learn more about insurance benefits offered to dioceses, clergy and lay employees of congregations, and affiliated ministries.

If you are a rector of an Anglican Church in North America congregation or director of an Anglian Church in North America ministry or affiliated organization, you and your employees may qualify for this important benefit. If you are on staff at an Anglican Church in North America diocese, congregation, or affiliated ministry, ask your administrator if they have considered enrolling in the Anglican Benefits Program for Life, AD&D and Disability Insurance.

Your [designated] administrator can get started by going to the Benefits Page on the ACNA website. There, you will find all the tools you will need.

We will help you to enroll your employees with 4 Easy Steps:

Step 1:  Review the Benefits Guide to see what is offered and the respective costs, and view the summaries or certificates (for more in-depth information) on the plan offerings.

Step 2:  If you decide to offer these benefits to your employees, fill out the Benefits Election Form and send to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Step 3:  Employees of participating ACNA organizations, who qualify* and want to sign up, can do so by completing, signing, and dating the Enrollment Form and sending it to the Benefits team within the 30-day timeframe.

Step 4:  Contact Linda Mathesius, Account and Benefits Clerk, at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or 724-266-9400 ext. 105 if you have any questions about the offerings or the process of getting started.

Additional Resources

Webinar Information

Life AD&D Insurance Video

Disability Insurance Video



*Per the terms of the ACNA contract with UNUM Insurance, employees who wish to enroll must be full time employees of ACNA affiliated organizations. This requires employment of 20 or more hours per week with an ACNA organization or congregation.  Each ACNA organization or congregation will define for itself the meaning of full time as long as it equals the minimum of 20 hours per week.