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The staff are wonderful to deal with, always happy to help you out. They made me feel like family, not just a person. Justine went above and beyond to help me out. When she was taking care of my son’s...read more
Michelle BrittonSatisfied Member

GraduationAttend College or University

Pretty soon you’ll be finished High School. Yikes! Hopefully you have an idea of what your talents and interests are. If you’re thinking of going to school, it’s a good idea to start putting some money away for education. We can help you manage your money so you can hit the books!

 

You’ve got your whole life ahead of you. Maybe you’re not totally sure which way you’re headed and that’s okay. We’re here to help you set some goals or at least give you some ideas. Here are some tools and tips to get you started. If you’re still not sure, ask Taryn or Kari  and get advice you can trust.

What’s your next step? 

Have more questions? Contact your branch and talk to a Personal Banker.


The King’s University

The King’s Royalty Program

The King’s Royalty Program is a partnership between The King’s University College and Christian Credit Union. The goal of this partnership is to provide King’s students, alumni and faculty with the products and resources you need to be successful stewards of the gifts that God has provided.

Click here for more information.


News & Events

Closed Labour Day Long Weekend
Christian Credit Union will be closed Saturday, September 1 and Monday, September 3 for Labour Day! Enjoy your long weekend!...

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In the Community

School Field Trips
Students from several Christian schools recently visited the Edmonton branch to learn more about Christian Credit Union and how to use their money to God’s...

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Fraud Prevention

Interac Flash- Top 3 Myths Debunked
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