Everence celebrates grand opening in Chambersburg

Newest location for faith-based financial services company opens on South 7th Street

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Kevin Nofziger (standing), Everence Stewardship Consultant, greets community members at the Everence office grand opening in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, on June 21, 2018.

Local residents, church and community leaders, and Everence® representatives gathered on June 21, 2018, to celebrate the grand opening of the new Everence office in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania.

The office, located at 1331 South 7th Street, is the faith-based financial services company’s newest location, serving Franklin County and other parts of the Central Penn region.

“We are absolutely honored and excited to be part of the Chambersburg community,” said Nikki Shingle, CGPA, CAP, Everence Regional Director. “For over 70 years, Everence has helped individuals, families, congregations and businesses integrate their faith and values with their finances – and our skilled team of professionals is growing. Chambersburg feels like a natural fit and a great new home for us.”

Some 70 people were in attendance for the grand opening. The event featured locally sourced ice cream, outdoor games and a chance for a local congregation to receive a $500 donation from Everence. Cedar Grove Mennonite Church in Greencastle walked away with the grand prize, receiving the highest number of votes from attendees.

The Everence office will be managed by Cedric Roth, Everence Client Relationship Representative and longtime Chambersburg resident and community leader. Roth’s association with Everence began before his employment, however, as a client and as the volunteer Everence stewardship advocate for his congregation, Marion Mennonite Church in Chambersburg.

“What drew me to Everence was its mission to help people make financial decisions that align with their faith and values, and its commitment to being part of vibrant, supportive communities like Chambersburg and Franklin County,” said Roth. “I’ve seen firsthand how much of a difference it makes in the lives of Everence members and our local community.”

The Everence office in Chambersburg is now open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Everence also has offices in Belleville, Ephrata, Lancaster, Mechanicsburg and Mount Joy. More information can be found at everence.com/centralpenn.

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Cedric Roth, Everence Client Relationship Representative, visits with Merle Cordell, 93, the longest attending member of Marion Mennonite Church in Chambersburg and former Everence (then known as MMA) representative in Franklin County.

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