Health Benefits Changes

2017 Open Letter Regarding Health Care

There's a lot of information surrounding the Affordable Care Act and attempts to "repeal and replace" circulating in the news and on social media. Read a letter from Pension Fund President Todd Adams here to help inform you of the state of health care in the United States and potential changes.

CCHCBT health benefit plan to end Dec. 31, 2016

Based on a recent decision by our Board of Trustees and effective Jan. 1, 2017, the Christian Church Health Care Benefit Trust (CCHCBT) will no longer offer health benefits plans (medical or dental) to active employees and dependents under age 65. This change does not impact retirees who participate in Medicare plans. If you are an active member over age 65 and are not on Medicare, you will need to enroll in a Medicare plan.

Pension Fund of the Christian Church, acting as trustee for CCHCBT, has been proactively discussing changes to health care offerings for more than two years. After exploring many options, the Board came to the conclusion that in today's health care market, the open market provides for more affordable and competitive plans than what CCHCBT will be able to offer.

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