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Financial well-being resources are made available by Wespath to active participants, surviving spouses, those terminated, and retired participants with an account balance of at least $10,000.
Assistance is available for a wide range of topics, including: starting an effective retirement plan; purchasing a home; managing credit cards and other debt; determining how much to save; financing a college education; buying a car; and more. View more information on financial well-being and planning from Wespath.
The Conference Media Center has excellent financial resources for individuals, families, and churches.
Three sample resources:
The Generosity Challenge: 28 Days to a Life of Gratitude. We are born in the image of a loving and generous God; we are born to be generous. In this four-week group study, those seeking to live a more generous life will be exposed to and inspired by cultural, generational, and family attitudes towards generosity.
Saving Grace: A Guide to Financial Health is a program to help people of faith create healthy relationships with money and possessions. Participants will move through six sessions covering such topics as saving, earning, giving, spending, and debt, along with helpful strategies for achieving a sustainable financial life.
Balanced. What does it mean to be financially balanced? In Andy Stanley's six-session DVD study he challenges you to examine what you believe about faith and finances.
Christian Family Credit Union
We are a full-service financial institution serving our United Methodist Community. We provide banking and financial services to clergy, local churches, members and employees of local churches, conference staff and affiliated organizations of the Ohio and Indiana Conferences.
Personalized service is a major benefit of banking at Christian Family Credit Union and you don’t have to sacrifice convenience to get it. Take advantage of our increased accessibility through the Mobile App, Mobile Wallet, ATM’s and the Co-op Shared Branching Network of over 5400 locations nationwide which provides access thru a credit union branch near you.
Did you know we are your lending headquarters?
We offer loans for new and used cars, recreational vehicles, personal, home and for our United Methodist Churches as well. We are a click or call away!
Did you know the Credit Union has online financial education opportunities?!
We offer a hub of articles, interactive training modules, and short videos to help members learn on a wide variety of topics from “how to teach children about using money” to “how to plan for retirement” to “how to plan for student loans”! Visit the site to check it out. Check us out at ChristianFamilyCU.com or give us a call at (888) 651-0971. Find us on Facebook @ChristianFamilyCU or Twitter @ChristianFamCU.
If you have any questions or issues that you would like addressed by the Commission on Clergy Well-Being, please e-mail Rev. David Whitt.
Rev. David Whitt
Chair, Commission on Clergy Well-Being
The East Ohio Conference Office:
located in North Canton, OH,
near Akron-Canton Airport.
8800 Cleveland Ave. NW
North Canton, OH 44720
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