Who can be an ECCU member?

Banks are businesses that serve customers. Credit unions are financial cooperatives that serve members who actually share ownership of the organization. People qualify for credit union membership if they share a unifying common bond. For ECCU members, that bond is direct affiliation with a qualified evangelical Christian ministry.

For example, if the church or school you attend qualifies for ECCU membership, so do you, even if your church or school is not yet a member. You may also qualify for membership if you are the spouse, child, parent, sibling, or grandparent of an existing ECCU member.

Membership gives you access to a wide range of financial services and resources delivered by people who share your faith. ECCU membership also comes with the assurance that your deposits are invested to resource evangelical ministry around the world.