Serving the Church
Since it was created almost 70 years ago as the Pension Board, this ministry has followed the principle of stewardship identified by Paul in his first letter to the Corinthians:
This, then, is how you ought to regard us: as servants of Christ and as those entrusted with the mysteries God has revealed. Now it is required that those who have been given a trust must prove faithful.
1 Corinthians 4:1-2, NIV
Our outreach to the Church of the Brethren community springs from our devotion to our members’ financial, physical, and spiritual wellness.
Socially Responsible Investing
Through Brethren Pension Plan and Brethren Foundation, BBT enables your investments to promote Brethren values through positive investing and shareholder advocacy. Read more >
As the financial agency of the Church of the Brethren, we must serve as financial advocates to our members. Our insight sessions are presented by experts in the fields of retirement, banking, investments, planned giving, and health care. Read more >
Church Workers’ Assistance Plan
Brethren Pension Plan has a built-in giving component that diverts 1 percent of employer contributions to a need-based program for current and retired employees of the Church and its affiliated organizations. Read more >
Members of the Church of the Brethren can rely on BBT to help them be better stewards of the gifts God has given them through frequent news releases and six print and online publications. Read more >
Denominational Dialog and Collaboration
BBT regularly partners with its sister agencies — Annual Conference, Bethany Seminary, Church of the Brethren Inc., and On Earth Peace — to ensure that we are serving the needs of our denomination while helping it to grow and prosper. Read more >
The annual gatherings hosted by each Church of the Brethren district are great opportunities for BBT staff to meet with members of the denomination. We strive to attend each conference so that your questions can be answered, your concerns can be heard, and your congregations can be celebrated. Read more >
BBT honors servants of the Church who have passed away in the last year through a multimedia presentation at Annual Conference. Read more >