Church Pension Group hosts conversation on advancing church values from Washington, DC to Wall Street

NEW YORK The Church Pension Group (CPG), a financial services organization that serves The Episcopal Church, announced that it will host a virtual conversation with leaders from The Episcopal Church, the Executive Council Committee on Corporate Social Responsibility, and CPG as they discuss how their collaborative relationship has helped effect changes in government policies and among publicly traded companies.

The event is part of CPG’s ongoing Insights & Ideas series of discussions on socially responsible investing (SRI). Individuals interested in attending the event, which will take place on Monday, December 5, 2022, from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM ET, can register at

“Over the years we have been intentional in our shareholder engagement efforts with The Episcopal Church and the Executive Council Committee on Corporate Social Responsibility to address environmental, social, and governance issues impacting the world today,” said Mary Kate Wold, CEO and President of CPG. “I encourage Episcopalians who have an interest in learning more about the collaborative nature of our work to join us for this important conversation.”

The panelists will include Rebecca Linder Blachly, Director, Office of Government Relations, The Episcopal Church; The Right Reverend Douglas J. Fisher, Ph.D., Bishop, The Episcopal Diocese of Western Massachusetts, and Chair, Executive Council Committee on Corporate Social Responsibility; and Christopher Rowe, Managing Director at CPG.

Videos and presentations from prior Insights & Ideas discussions, which focused on climate change, investing in economically disadvantaged communities, faithful investing, positive impact investing, and sustainable investing, can be viewed at


Editor’s Note:
Individuals interested in learning more about CPG’s SRI efforts and viewing videos related to CPG’s positive impact investments can visit

About the Church Pension Group
The Church Pension Group (CPG) is a financial services organization that serves The Episcopal Church. It maintains three lines of business—benefits, insurance, and publishing. CPG provides retirement, health, life insurance, and related benefits for clergy and lay employees of The Episcopal Church, as well as property and casualty insurance and book and music publishing, including the official worship materials of the Church. Follow CPG on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, and LinkedIn.

Curt Ritter
Church Pension Group
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