Everence Federal Credit Union lowering fees

GOSHEN, IN (April 6, 2022) — Everence® Federal Credit Union reduced or eliminated overdraft and nonsufficient funds fees on consumer savings and checking accounts, as of April 1.

  • Courtesy pay on checking accounts will decrease from $30 to $10.
  • Nonsufficient funds fees will decrease from $30 to $10.
  • Overdraft transfer from savings account fees – currently $10 – will be eliminated.

Banks and credit unions historically have used fees to discourage depositors from regularly having a negative account balance, noted Matthew Gehman, President and CEO of Everence Federal Credit Union.

“We understand that sometimes people may lose track of their balances and pay for something that costs more than they have in their account,” Gehman said. “We don’t think aggressive penalties in those cases are necessary, and in fact may conflict with our goal of supporting our members as they use their money in ways that honor their beliefs.”

Everence Federal Credit Union will inform members of the fee reductions on their monthly statements.

Anyone interested in more details is encouraged to visit

About Everence Federal Credit Union

Everence helps individuals, organizations and congregations integrate faith with finances through a national team of advisors and representatives. Everence offers banking, insurance and financial services with community benefits and stewardship education. Everence is a ministry of Mennonite Church USA and other churches. To learn more, visit or call (800) 348-7468. Everence offers credit union services that are federally insured by NCUA.


Ann Schloneger
VP of Member Services
Everence Federal Credit Union
717-735-8330, ext. 4205

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