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Announcement: PCA Retirement & Benefits is now Geneva Benefits Group! Learn more about our recent name change here.
Announcement: PCA Retirement & Benefits is now Geneva Benefits Group! Learn more about our recent name change here.

Relief

Who qualifies for emergency relief assistance?

The Geneva Relief Fund is a ministry of the Presbyterian Church in a America (PCA). Eligible recipients include PCA Teaching Elders, their widows, and PCA ministry/church staff. Learn more at genevabenefits.org/relief.

If I participated in Cherish before, can I participate again?

Yes, you have access to 7 free/subsidized counseling sessions every year. 

How do I sign up for counseling for pastors’ wives (Cherish)?

Signing up for Cherish is easy. Our counseling providers have a list of all ordained PCA teaching elders in their database. Visit genevabenefits.org/cherish, and select the counseling provider of your choice. Once you complete their intake form, one of their...

How can I apply for relief?

Qualified individuals (PCA pastors, widows, and ministry staff) can apply for relief assistance online. Visit genevabenefits.org/applyrelief

How can I support the Relief Fund?

The Relief Fund depends on the support of generous individuals and churches. You can make an individual gift online at genevabenefits.org/give or equip your church to take a special offering to support our PCA church servants in need. Learn more at...

What type of support is available through the Relief Fund and who does it serve?

The Relief Fund provides long-term (6 months or greater) and short-term (less than 6 months) financial assistance as well as access to affordable Christian counseling. Access to affordable Christian counseling is made available to the wife of any PCA Teaching Elder...

Who is eligible for financial assistance through the Relief Fund?

The Relief Fund is a ministry of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). Qualified recipients include PCA pastors and their wives as well as PCA church/ministry staff.