District Benefits Received Report

2022 District Benefits Received Reports

Contributions to the Pensions and Benefits Fund are used to provide a broad range of services to both active and retired ministers. Use this resource to learn how much was contributed by churches and returned to ministers on your district in the past year.

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Report Definitions
Supplemental Pension Payments – Supplemental payments (a defined benefit) to qualifying ministers from the Basic Pension Plan (BPP), which is part of the Single Defined Benefit Plan (SDBP). The BPP is funded by contributions from the P&B Fund.
APS Base, Bonus, and Matching Contributions to 403(b) – Annual Pension Supplement (APS) amounts contributed by the P&B Fund to individual accounts of qualifying ministers who participate in the Nazarene 403(b) Retirement Savings Plan.
APS Earnings in 403(b) Distributions – Estimate of the portion of distributions received from the 403(b) plan that represent investment earnings on the APS contributions made to the plan from the P&B Fund.
Survivor Benefit Premiums – Premiums paid from the P&B Fund for base level life insurance coverage for eligible ministers.
Pastors Disability Insurance Premiums – Premiums paid from the P&B Fund for base level disability insurance coverage for eligible ministers.
Benevolence Benefits – Direct financial assistance from the P&B Fund to pastors in need, or their families in need. Benefits include Emergency Medical Assistance, Temporary Monthly Disability, and Funeral Assistance.
Support from District – Total P&B Funds collected from the district, as reported in the Annual Pastor's Report.
Support from P&B Net Assets – P&B - provided benefits to district participants above the level of support from district.
Support for P&B Net Assets – Amount of P&B Funds collected from the district above the amount of total benefits received by district.
Total Benefits Received by District – Total of all benefits paid to participants within the district.