ECCU...
A Credit Union
for Homeschool Families!

Evangelical Christian Credit Union is committed to helping homeschool families align their faith with finances. We offer all the banking options you need with competitive products, online and mobile banking, and over 5,000 shared branches and 30,000 ATM locations.

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Savings Accounts

Meet your savings goals with higher interest rates than the national average, plus easy access and free electronic transfers.

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Checking Accounts

Easy to manage checking accounts with free online and mobile banking, bill pay, mobile deposits, and a nationwide branch & ATM network.

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Cashback Credit Card

With ECCU's Visa Gold Credit Card earn 1.5% unlimited cash back on every purchase. All with no annual fee or international transaction fees.


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Kid's Accounts That Keep Them Accountable. While they learn to keep an eye on their spending and saving, you can keep an eye on their progress. Parental monitoring, alerts and built-in protections help you guide their spending decisions.

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Why ECCU?

Because it matters where you bank. Where you choose to spend – even save – your money makes an impact. When you bank with ECCU, your money is used for Kingdom-building activities like loans to churches or banking services for missionaries. Join us and put your money where your heart is.

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Simple Steps to Building Budget-Minded Kids

Simple Steps to Building Budget-Minded Kids

Children learn math, English and science skills in the classroom, but most schools have abandoned teaching basic financial literacy. Surprisingly, even institutions of higher education aren’t fulfilling the need. read more

Reading, Writing and Banking – Smart Money Management for Kids Under 12

Reading, Writing and Banking – Smart Money Management for Kids Under 12

As parents and caregivers, we rely on schools to teach kids about spelling, grammar, math, history, science and more. But necessary life skills – such as money management and banking – aren’t often taught, so parents need to fill that gap. read more

Pizza Prepares Kids to Make Sense of Money

Pizza Prepares Kids to Make Sense of Money

Turning day-to-day activities into learning experiences can make it easy and even fun to teach kids about money. read more


What Kids Should Know about Money at Every Age

What Kids Should Know about Money at Every Age

Although there are more than 2,000 Bible verses about money, Ecclesiastes 3:1 stands out for its simplicity in determining when to teach kids about financial stewardship: “To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven.” Home is the best place for kids to learn about money. read more

How to Introduce Your Preschooler to Money and Banking

How to Introduce Your Preschooler to Money and Banking

Should kids who are still learning how to count be introduced to the grown-up world of money management? Absolutely. It’s never too early to start teaching your children about money and the importance of financial responsibility. read more

Five Ways to Save $1,000 in 30 Days

Five Ways to Save $1,000 in 30 Days

Life is unpredictable, but one thing is certain: It takes money to live. Just as you’re coasting along, you may discover your car has a flat tire. Or your employer scales back, leaving you looking for a new job. Maybe you make your health... read more





Please refer to ECCU's Account Agreement and Disclosures and Personal Account Information and Fee Schedule for complete information about each account. All account rates, agreements, terms, and conditions offered are subject to change without notice. For current dividend rates and annual percentage yields, call Member Services at 877.545.0755 or internationally at 714.671.5705.

Your savings federally insured to at least $250,000 and backed by the full faith and credit of the United States Government. National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), a U.S. Government Agency.