Annual Meeting History

CBA began as a yearly meeting in 1915. In it's over one hundred year history, it has grown from just a meeting to an association with activities in all areas of church benefits.

One of the main activities of the CBA is its Annual Meeting. The Annual Meeting is a forum for the dissemination, study and discussion of information relating to the efficiency of operating church employee benefits programs and the administration of those programs. Registration for the CBA Annual Meeting is open to CBA member denominations and their guests only. The CBA Annual Meeting is not open to the public.

Whether you are a newcomer or have years of experience, the Annual Meeting has something worthwhile for you. Attendees can customize their meeting experience by choosing from several informative breakout sessions. You’ll have the opportunity to connect, learn, and share experiences with colleagues from across the country.

Each year the meeting takes place the week after the Thanksgiving (U.S.) holiday in locations throughout the United States.