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Purpose-based banking. Member-centered service.

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About Us

Thrivent Credit Union (TCU) helps people achieve financial clarity by providing access to banking products and services that help bring balance to spending, purpose to saving, and intention to managing debt. We strive to put you at the center of everything we do, providing impeccable service and competitive rates, so you can make financial choices aligned with your values and priorities.

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What We Offer

Banking solutions

We offer a wide array of products and services. Choose solutions to suit your needs and support some of your biggest decisions.

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24/7 account access

Want to manage your accounts online? On your phone? At a branch? We’ve got you covered, wherever you are, whenever you need us.

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Member benefits

Your perks can include lower loan rates, higher savings rates, money management tools and ownership in TCU.

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Support for giving

We can help you experience the joy of generosity. It’s part of our purpose.

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Tools and resources

Find information and assistance to help you set – and reach – financial goals.

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Financial strength

With more than $500 million in assets, we have strength and stability you can count on.

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Connected to Thrivent

When you join TCU, we’ll also provide you with an associate membership in Thrivent, so you can access the benefits of our sponsor organization. Driven by a higher purpose at its core, Thrivent is a holistic financial services organization that is committed to providing financial advice, investments, insurance, banking and generosity programs to help people make the most of all they’ve been given.

Thrivent doesn’t own TCU – the credit union is owned by its members. All Thrivent clients with membership are eligible to bank with TCU.

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What’s the Difference?

What sets TCU (and other credit unions) apart from traditional banks?

Banks

Are for-profit organizations.

Return profits to a small group of stockholders.

Serve anyone in the general public.

Report results to third-party stockholders.

Are federally insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC).

Have a paid board of directors who represent the owners. Customers don’t have voting privileges.

Credit Union

Are membership-owned, not-for-profit organizations.

Return profits to all members in the form of lower loan rates, higher savings rates, and free or low-cost services.

Serve individuals within a “field of membership” made up of people who share a common bond – for example, an employer, a geographic area or an association.

Provide equal ownership and one vote in board elections to each member, regardless of how much money the member has with the credit union.

Are federally insured by the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund (NCUSIF).

Elect a volunteer board of directors made up of members, to represent their interests.

Success stories

TCU members share testimonials.

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leaders

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We want to hear from you.

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We support every facet of your financial life

Our solutions help you borrow, spend, give and save.

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