Church Administrators Pension Fund

Church Administrators Pension Fund (CAPF) is for staff employed by National Church Institutions (NCIs) and episcopal staff. It has two sections:

  • Defined Contribution section (CAPF DC) - for those who joined since 1 July 2006
  • Defined Benefit section (CAPF DB) - for those who joined before 1 July 2006

CAPF DC

CAPF DC is a defined contribution scheme. We set you up with your own account with Legal & General and you build up a pension pot which you use to provide retirement benefits that suit you.

Your employer pays contributions into your account and you can pay more on top of this.

You can find out everything you need to know about your pension in our Members' Guide below.

Pathways
How are my contributions invested?
Boost your retirement income with AVCs
What happens when I retire?
Freedom and choice
What happens to my account if I die before retirement?
Tax limits

CAPF DC investment choices

You do not have to make a decision. If you would prefer not to decide how to invest your contributions we will invest these for you in our equity lifestyle option.

What do you want to achieve?

Have a think about what you want to achieve from your pension.

If you are some way from retirement you might want to maximise the growth in your savings, so higher risk funds will be suitable.

If you are closer to retirement you may be more concerned with avoiding risk. If so, medium or lower risk funds may be best.

Is there a risk?

You money is invested in funds which go up and down in line with what they are invested in. There will always be some risk.

Before you decide how you would like to invest your contributions, first assess your attitude to risk

Lifestyle choices
Freestyle choices
Changing your investment choice

CAPF DB

How much your pension is depends on how long you worked for and how much your final salary.

Your employer pays the cost of providing your pension.

You can find out everything you need to know about your pension in our Members' Guide below.

Boost your retirement income with AVCs
What happens when I retire?
Freedom and Choice
What happens to my pension if I die?
Tax limits

Your Privacy

Our privacy notice sets out how we use personal data that we hold about you and gives information on how to exercise your legal rights. You can find it below.

Contact us

Should you have any queries or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us

By telephone: 020 7898 1802 (Open 9am - 5pm, Monday to Friday)

By email: [email protected]