Working with Everence

As people of faith, we are called to live together in community, in service to each other and to God. This includes caring for the health and well-being of our families, friends and neighbors, which is why we have a variety of ways you can interact with us as we work together to meet your financial goals.

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Serving you with minimal physical contact

As communities across the country develop and implement safety guidelines for their regions, Everence® is committed to providing safe options for interactions with our professionals.
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Remote appointments

For no-contact meetings with your Everence financial professional, contact us by email or phone. You may also call any of our offices if you have questions. Your Everence professional may suggest meeting with you via videoconferencing, using the Zoom online platform.

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Drive-up services

For Everence Federal Credit Union transactions, you may place items in the night drop box for us to process, or use our drive-thru windows, if available at your branch.

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Digital banking services

Access your credit union accounts via online banking, mobile app and ATMs for transactions, check deposits, and account totals. Learn more about how we can serve your transaction and loan needs.

For other Everence products and services, visit My Everence.

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Other ways to connect

All of our staff are ready to answer your questions via telephone and email. If you have questions about your Everence product or service, please call 800-348-7468 or

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In-person services

Based on government guidelines, many of our financial professionals are now available for in-person appointments. Please go to your local office webpage to find out more about in-person service availability. 

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Protecting the health of our community

As our communities begin reopening and we expand our availability with limited in-person services, please follow the following safety guidelines when entering the building.
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Cover your face

We strongly encourage members to wear a face covering while on the premises.
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Maintain your space

Maintain at least a 6-foot distance between yourself and others.
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Help us manage our capacity

To reduce potential virus spread, in-person meetings at specific Everence offices are by appointment only.

At Everence Federal Credit Union branches with reopened lobbies, entrance is limited to members performing transactions. If all floor markers are occupied, please wait 6 feet apart outside.
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Clean your hands

Before entering, please thoroughly clean your hands with an alcohol-based sanitizer or soap and water.
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Stay home if you are sick

Please do not enter if you have a cough or fever – and seek medical care, if needed.
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Work with us remotely

We remain available to meet with you via videoconference, email or phone.

Supporting you during the COVID-19 outbreak

As we all navigate the effects of COVID-19 (coronavirus), Everence is providing information, resources and initiatives to help support you and your faith communities. This is a challenging time, and we’re here for you.


COVID-19 assistance options


Securities offered through ProEquities Inc., a registered broker-dealer, member FINRA and SIPC. Investments and other products are not NCUA or otherwise federally insured, may involve loss of principal and have no credit union guarantee.

Products and services offered through Everence Trust Company and other Everence entities are independent of and are not guaranteed or endorsed by ProEquities, Inc., or its affiliates.