Just Released: 2023 Annual Report // Read Now

Just Released: 2023 Annual Report // Read Now

Geneva Benefits Group to Host 17th Annual Golf Tournament

The tournament, held in conjunction with the 51st General Assembly in Richmond, Virginia, is a time of fellowship to raise money for the Relief Fund.

Each year, Geneva Benefits Group is proud to host their golf tournament in conjunction with the General Assembly (GA) of the PCA. The tournament has become a staple among GA festivities, ushering in a time of fellowship and camaraderie to set the tone for the business to come. The tournament, however, has a greater purpose beyond fellowship. All proceeds from the event benefit the PCA Ministerial Relief Fund

The Relief Fund was established in 1973 at the founding of the PCA. At that time, when  ministers wanted to join the new denomination they would often forfeit their pension, leaving them vulnerable at the time of their retirement. Even if they did not forfeit their pension, many ministers continue to live at or near the poverty line at retirement, causing stress in what should be a season of rest. Since then, the Fund has filled the financial gap facing many retired ministry workers, their spouses, and especially their widows. It’s our turn to serve them.

“We are humbled to provide relief for ministry workers who have so faithfully served our denomination and Christ’s church,” shared Ed Dunnington, president of Geneva Benefits Group. “It’s a wonderful way to kick off the week at General Assembly: enjoying our fellow workers in Christ, spending time in the beauty of creation, and supporting brothers and sisters who have served alongside and before us.” 

This year, the tournament will be held on June 11 at Independence Golf Course in Midlothian, Virginia. Located just outside of Richmond, the Independence Golf Club was recently renovated in 2016 to highlight fast greens along with difficult bunkers. The tournament will be a great test for every golfer. 

Dozens of businesses and organizations have joined together to sponsor the event.

For more information or to register for the tournament, visit genevabenefits.org/golf

PCA Golf Tournament Sponsors


Covenant Theological Seminary

Global Counseling Network


Brotherhood Mutual

Victory Capital Management




Brown Advisory

Capin Crouse

Metlife – QLAC

Reformed University Fellowship


J.P. Morgan

Marsh McLennan Agency




Asset Management Insurance


Roundtree Agency

Times Square Capital Management

Townley Kenton 


Geneva Benefits Group serves those who serve others, providing practical support for the financial, physical, and mental wellbeing of people who work in full-time ministry.

Geneva offers preparedness and peace of mind with solutions tailored to the needs of ministry leaders and staff.