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About us

Integrating faith and finances

Everence helps individuals, organizations and congregations integrate finances with faith through a national team of advisors and representatives. Everence is a Christian-based, member-owned financial services organization that offers banking, insurance, investments, asset management, financial planning and other financial services with community benefits and stewardship education. Everence is a ministry of Mennonite Church USA and other churches.

History of Everence

Founded in 1945 by the Mennonite Church, Everence grew out of a long tradition of church communities putting faith into action by sharing resources with each other. We started by offering loans to church service volunteers. Over the years, we added many more mutual aid and stewardship programs. View our timeline that shows milestones throughout the years.

Everence leadership

Everence has more than 400 staff and advisors around the country and more than 1,500 volunteer advocates serving in congregations. Guiding their work is our Everence Executive Team, Everence Board of Directors and Affiliate boards.

Who we serve

Everence is the stewardship agency of the Mennonite Church USA, an Anabaptist denomination, and has long-standing ties to other denominations with historic Anabaptist roots. Many of our members belong to denominations that have historic roots or relationships with the Anabaptist faith community. Everence products and services are open to everyone who is interested in practicing stewardship that aligns with our founding values.

Annual report

View our annual report and outlook to learn current Everence goals, financials and activities and hear what we're planning for the future.


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