Health Benefits


Who is Eligible?

All clergy and lay employees scheduled to work more than 1,000 hours annually are eligible to receive health insurance benefits through the Episcopal Church Medical Trust.  All employees who are scheduled to work more than 1,500 hours annually must be provided health coverage for the employee and his or her immediate family and dependents through the Episcopal Church Medical Trust, unless a qualified waiver has been approved.

Here is general information about Medical and Dental Insurance.

All faith communities within ECMN must participate in the Episcopal Church Medical Trust.

How to Enroll

Lizanne Geno, your Missioner for Administration, is the health benefits administrator for the Episcopal church in Minnesota.  This means that you must choose the type of coverage you want and submit the Health Benefits Enrollment form to her.  She will work with the Church Pension Group to enroll you in the benefit.  Once the process is complete, you will receive notification from the Church Pension Group, and then its up to you to manage your account.

Lizanne Geno (lizanne.g@episcopalmn.org612-871-5311)

Annual Enrollment

Annual Enrollment: October 15-November 2

The following plans are no longer being offered by CPG:

  • Anthem PPO 80/60 
  • Anthem PPO 90/70

If you have these plans currently, you need to choose one of the three options below during this annual enrollment time. Please contact Lizanne Geno with any questions or concerns (, 612-871-5311).

Benefit Information

Please review each of the available  plans, and once you’ve made your selection, submit this form to Lizanne Geno (, 612-871-5311)

2019 Medical and Dental Insurance General Information

2019 Benefits Enrollment Form 

Medical Plans

Anthem BCBS CDHP-20/HSA 2019 Summary

Anthem BCBS BlueCard PPO 80 2019 Summary

Anthem BCBS BlueCard PPO 90 2019 Summary

Employee Assistance Program


Other Benefits included in Medical

Prescription Drug Coverage with Express Scripts

Additional Plan

Dental Ortho 2019 Summary