Purpose

The Rio Texas Conference Pensions and Health Benefit Office's goal is to provide the best possible pension and health benefits program to our clergy and professional lay employees as well as providing the education and guidance so clergy and lay may receive and understand the benefits available to them.  

The Comprehensive Protection Plan (CPP)

CPP provides death, long-term disability and other welfare benefits for eligible clergy of The United Methodist Church and families.

The Clergy Retirement Security Program (CRSP)

CRSP is funded through contributions made by the Church and participant (eligible clergy).  CRSP consists of both a defined benefit (DB) plan, which provides a monthly benefit at retirement based upon years of credited service to the Church, and a defined contribution (DC) plan, which provides a retirement account balance established and funded by the annual conferences.

The United Methodist Personal Investment Plan (UMPIP)

UMPIP is a defined contribution retirement savings plan for clergy and lay employees of The United Methodist Church.  The participant may make before-tax and/or after-tax contributions through payroll deductions.

Please visit the Wespath Benefits and Investments Website (formerly known as General Board of Pension and Health Benefits) for more information on these plans.


Pension/Benefits Contact Information

Rio Texas Conference Office
16400 Huebner Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78248
1-800-349-4191
210-408-4500

Isabel Munoz, Associate Director of Human Resources and Benefits
210-408-4526 Office
210-408-4489 Fax
imunoz@riotexas.org

Lissette Guillen, Pensions Bookkeeper
210-408-4548
lguillen@riotexas.org

Wespath Benefits and Investments
1907 Chestnut Ave.
Glenview, IL60025-1604
1-800-851-2201
www.wespath.org

General Board Pension and HealthFlex Web MD Health Manager. Click here.

Group Plan Administrators (Flex Spending)
PO Box 749075
Dallas, TX 75375
210-691-0500
1-800-594-3973
www.gpatpa.com


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2019 HealthFlex Exchange

This is the material that was shown during the HealthFlex Exchange workshops held Fall 2017. 

The Rio Texas Conference is committed to caring for those who serve and providing benefits that assist clergy and lay employees in optimizing their well-being. As announced at 2017 Annual Conference, a significant change will occur for Rio Texas Conference health care plan participants beginning on January 1, 2019, enabling the flexibility to select from a menu of HealthFlex options that best fit their needs. It’s an exciting time to embrace the possibilities this change will provide. 

HealthFlex Exchange Transition 2019 Slideshow / Powerpoint
HRA-HSA-FSA Comparison
Sample HealthFlex Exchange Plan Comparison

2019 HealthFlex Exchange Videos


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