Debit cards that serve your needs

Everence Federal Credit Union offers debit cards for individuals, congregations and businesses.

Hand inserting a card into an ATM

Mastercard® debit cards

  • Convenient
    Use your card to make point-of-sale purchases instead of writing a check.
  • More than 30,000 surcharge-free ATMs
    Cash withdrawals from all Everence Federal Credit Union ATMs are surcharge-free. Additionally, we belong to a network of credit unions with over 30,000 ATMs that do not charge each other for ATM usage.
  • Secured with chip technology
    Our cards are equipped with chip technology for enhanced security and protection when making purchases.
  • Card controls
    Lock and unlock your debit card through our mobile app.
  • No minimum age
    There is no minimum age for using our debit card; however, we require parent consent if a member is under age 16.

Apply for a debit card

If you didn't apply for a debit card when you opened your checking account, complete and return the debit card application.

Application for individuals Application for businesses and congregations

Return your application in person, by fax or mail.

Everence Federal Credit Union

2160 Lincoln Highway E., Suite 20
Lancaster, PA 17602
Call or text: 800-451-5719
F: 717-735-8331
E: infocu@everence.com

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Customer Service

Debit card resources


Are you planning a trip? Let us know so we can help prevent issues with your cards while traveling!

Log in to online banking and select the blue "Traveling?" banner to fill out our quick form. 

Online banking login

PIN reset

If you need to reset your debit card PIN, call 877-265-9594.

International cardholders should call 859-488-4130.

Lost card

If your debit card is lost or stolen, please contact us immediately at 800-528-2273. 

International cardholders should call 812-647-9794.

Dispute a charge

If you wish to dispute a charge to your debit card, please call

Learn more


When applying for a debit card, please read the Mastercard debit card disclosure.