The Theology of Money and Investing as Doing Theology provides a valuable snapshot of a growing movement across The Episcopal Church to use Episcopal financial resources to achieve strong investment performance and a positive impact in the world.
The Church Investment Group (CIG) has worked collaboratively with three of the endowments profiled in the report, The Diocese of New York, All Saints Church Pasadena, and Trinity Church Indianapolis, to achieve their responsible and sustainable investment goals using ESG principles.
“Whether an investor is large or small, there are ample examples in this report to illustrate approaches to asset allocation that promote attractive financial returns and responsible social and environmental outcomes,” notes Quintin E. Primo III, Chairman of CIG.
This richly researched paper provides useful theological and practical guidance on how institutional Episcopal investors – Parishes, Dioceses and Nonprofits – can make thoughtful decisions to achieve financial growth and security in ways that are ethical and responsible. To access the report https://www.generalconvention.org/bluebook2021
For more information about Church Investment Group and ESG investment approaches, please visit www.churchinvestment.org.
Church Investment Group is a 501©3 non-profit devoted exclusively to partnering with and serving Episcopal endowments. CIG helps Episcopal entities make investments in corporations that have sustainable environmental approaches, conscientious human rights policies and good corporate governance practices while generating market competitive investment performance.