Keeping the Good Going

And our work continues. CPG employees have been working remotely since March 16, 2020, answering questions and responding to client requests across our lines of business.

So many things around us are changing, but our commitment to serving the Church at the highest possible level remains the same. Amid so much uncertainty, consistency is important. Consistency builds trustworthiness, which is one of CPG’s core values.


Annual client interactions with CPG’s Client Services group

as of December 31, 2019

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Number of participants in conferences, webinars, and one-on-one discussions hosted by CPG’s Education & Wellness group

as of December 31, 2019

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Percentage of US Episcopal churches insured by The Church Insurance Companies, including property and liability protection

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Not an Ordinary Ordination

North Carolina was under a stay-at-home directive due to the coronavirus pandemic, and ordinations had ground to a halt. But, without being ordained, the Reverend Anna Skae Page could not be deployed as an Army chaplain and would therefore not be able to meet her critical obligation to the military. In our capacity as the Recorder of Ordinations we were pleased to have played a small role in supporting the Diocese of North Carolina in making this happen despite the sudden restrictions of the worldwide health crisis.

With attendance limited to 10 and physical distance maximized, there was just one moment of human contact: the laying on of hands, a Book of Common Prayer requirement. But this time, the hands of Bishop Samuel Rodman were gloved, and he wore a mask, as he performed the ceremony, held at St. Michael’s Episcopal Church in Raleigh, North Carolina, where Chaplain Page was a curate. “This pandemic is a humble reminder that so much is out of our control,” she said.


Number of churchwide organizations, conference centers, congregations, diocesan entities, educational bodies, healthcare facilities, and other Episcopal institutions served by CPG

as of March 31, 2020

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