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Insurance is one of the key benefits we offer to parish clergy and staff. If you have questions regarding active member benefits, retired member benefits, or if you are not currently on the Diocesan plan, please contact Tammy Mazure, Assistant to the Bishop for Finance and Benefit Administration by calling (269) 381-2710, ext. 12 or click here to send her an e-mail. The Diocese continues to offer health, vision and dental insurance coverage with the Episcopal Church Medical Trust (ECMT), a division of the Church Pension Group (CPG) for eligible, active clergy and lay employees in the Diocese. Diocesan Canon 28.02(b), states "Each congregation shall provide health insurance through the denominational health plan for all eligible clergy and eligible lay employees.Helpful links are provided below. You may also wish to contact the Episcopal Church Medical Trust at 1-800-480-9967.

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Blue Arrow LeftInsurance Resources:
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Gray DotDHP Canons
Gray DotCPG Forms & Handbooks
Gray DotKey Healthcare Questions
Gray DotMarketplace FAQs for Employees
Gray DotLife Insurance
Gray DotDental Insurance
Gray DotDisability Insurance
Gray DotProperty & Casualty
Gray DotReport a Property & Casualty Claim
Gray DotCigna Employee Assistance Program

Blue Arrow LeftFinance & Benefits Home: Click here.

Blue Arrow LeftParish Employee Resources:
Gray DotClergy Compensation Standards
Gray DotMileage
Gray DotPayroll Processing
Gray DotMichigan W-4 Form
Gray DotFederal W-4 Form
Gray DotLicensing Lay Ministries
Gray DotClergy Dating Policy
Gray DotRequesting a Deacon

Blue Arrow LeftRetiree Information:
Gray DotClergy Benefit Guide
Gray DotRetiree Health Care Assistance
Gray DotLife Insurance
Gray DotLong Term Care Insurance

Blue Arrow LeftOther Helpful Tools & Resources:
Gray DotDiocesan Staff
Gray DotParish Map & Locator
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EDWM Policy: Minimum Level for Employer Health Insurance Coverage

In 2014, Diocesan Council established the minimum level for health insurance coverage that each parish is to provide.  Parity for both clergy and lay employees is required beginning January 1, 2015.

The policy is stated in a memo from the vice-president of Diocesan Council to all rectors, wardens and parish administrators dated September 13, 2014. (See below)

Blue Arrow LeftDiocesan Council Minimum Coverage Policy
Blue Arrow LeftTEC General Convention’s requirements for health insurance and the denominational health plan.

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Open Enrollment: Guides, Details and Deadlines

Important Deadlines:  Open Enrollment for EDWM active employees is  November 7-23, 2016

Blue Arrow LeftOpen Enrollment Guide: Click here now for the 2017 Open Enrollment Guide.

Blue Arrow Left2017 Health Benefits and Open Enrollment Memo and Rates
Blue Arrow LeftOpen Enrollment Form 2017
Blue Arrow LeftClick to open 2017 Plan Comparison
Blue Arrow LeftConsumer Driven Plan/Health Savings Account Fact Sheet
Blue Arrow LeftThe Medical Trust Pharmacy Benefit
Blue Arrow Left Church Pension Group Health and Dental Summaries


EDWM Minimum Coverage Policy