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Benefits and Compensation

Congregations as Employers

Each person has worth and dignity.  As employers, Unitarian Universalist (UU) organizations live out this principle by giving their staff members access to high-quality, values-based healthcare and retirement benefits.  Through the Unitarian Universalist Association’s benefit plans and fair compensation guidelines, we help our faith leaders plan for a healthy and sustainable personal future.

Retirement Plan

  • Employers, please remember to remit contributions to TIAA-CREF promptly and include your completed remittance form.

Health Reform Alerts

The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) Health Plan/Office of Church Staff Finances provides Health Reform Alerts in order to help answer questions that congregations face regarding national health care reform. Read about what is known, what is yet to be revealed, and how we think it will impact your congregation. Sign up to receive the latest information. You don’t need to be a participating congregation in our health plan to receive updates.

Benefit Plans

Compensation

Congregation as Employer

For General Assembly (GA) 2010, Office of Church Staff Finances (OCSF) teamed with the UUA Human Resources Department to present a workshop titled "Living Our Vision (PDF, 38 pages): Congregation as a Responsible Employer."

UUA Office of Church Staff Finances

  • Richard Nugent, Director, Church Staff Finances
    ocsf_director [at] uua [dot] org
  • Sarah Parisi, OCSF Office Administrator
    sparisi [at] uua [dot] org
  • Jim Sargent, UUA Insurance Plans Director
    jsargent [at] uua [dot] org
  • Patti Angelina, Insurance Plans Manager
    insurance_plans [at] uua [dot] org
  • Linda Rose, Director, UU Organizations Retirement Plan
    retirementplan [at] uua [dot] org
  • Andrew Friedman, Insurance Plans Coordinator
    insurance_plans [at] uua [dot] org
  • Betsy Gabriel, Compensation Programs Manager
    compensation_programs [at] uua [dot] org

For more information contact ocsf@uua.org.