Date: November 9-10, 2017 (Registration for the workshop is free)
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., both days
Meal Ticket: $40
(One meal ticket includes breakfast and lunch plus two light snacks for both Monday and Tuesday)
On-campus Housing Rate:
Single Room - $55 per night
Double Room- $80 per night
Location: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, McCord Community Center
Registration limited to 25 attendees.
100 E. 27th Street, Austin 78705
ATTENDEES MUST REGISTER FOR THE SEMINAR BEFORE REGISTERING FOR MEALS AND HOUSING
STEP 1: Register through the Board of Pensions here.
STEP 2: After registering, click here to register for meals.
STEP 3: If you need to reserve Seminary housing, please contact our Hospitality Coordinator
Planning for retirement can be challenging, but it doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Attend this two-day seminar and look beyond finances to be informed, educated, and inspired for a journey toward wholeness in retirement living!
- Identify key questions for discernment in planning for retirement
- Assess their finances, options for saving before retirement, and reasonable expectations for retirement living
- Discuss healthcare options available through Medicare and supplemental insurances
- Identify their next steps for wholeness in play, learning, and work; relationships; housing; health; and finances.
Who should attend:
Clergy and lay Benefits Plan members looking to retire within the next fifteen years, and their guest. Mid- to late-career clergy and lay persons, Board of Pensions members and their guests
The Reverend Dr. Clayton Cobb was a pastor in the PC(USA) for 33 years. He joined the Board of Pensions in September 2011. He had been pastor and Head of Staff for St. Peter’s by the Sea Presbyterian Church, in Rancho Palos Verdes, California, for 17 years.
Clayton served on the San Francisco Theological Seminary’s Southern California Cabinet and the Board’s Pastor Advisory Council. He holds a bachelor’s from the University of California, Los Angeles; Master of Divinity from Fuller Theological Seminary; and Doctor of Ministry from San Francisco Theological Seminary.