What is the purpose of the Christian KiwiSaver Scheme?
The Christian KiwiSaver Scheme was established to provide all the benefits of a registered KiwiSaver scheme to those eligible to join.

Who is responsible for managing the fund?
The New Zealand Anglican Church Pension Board is the trustee, manager, administration manager, and investment manager of the Scheme.

Mostly the assets of the fund are self-managed, and in accordance with an ethical investment policy.

What benefits are available?
Members of the Scheme have access to all KiwiSaver scheme incentives including:
  • Government contributions

  • Tax applied at the member's individual income tax rate.
Members are eligible to receive a lump sum benefit from their account when they reach their qualifying date. Early payment of the benefit is only available in very limited circumstances.

Who is eligible to join the Scheme?

Membership of the Scheme is open to:

  • employees of organisations whose primary activities are, in the Trustee's opinion, Christian mission or ministry; and

  • persons who express a Christian faith and have a commitment to Christian community involvement when applying (and their immediate family members and dependants).

Does the Scheme have a website?
Yes, the Scheme has its own website. It provides in depth details about KiwiSaver in general and the Scheme in particular.

The website can be viewed at www.christiankiwisaver.nz

What information is available to members?
Information available to members of the Scheme includes:
  • Members can access their KiwiSaver account information from the Scheme website

  • Newsletters

  • Annual Statement of Account

  • Annual Report

  • Responsible Investment Statement

  • Board's Ethical Investment Policy
A copy of the most recent Product Disclosure Statement, application form and other relevant information pertaining to the Scheme can be found here.