The pandemic taught us many things. (Some of those lessons we may wish we never had to learn, but we learned them nonetheless.)
Once you’ve decided it’s time to create a budget, or get back on track with an updated spending plan, you’ll have more than a few options to choose from.
Why You Need a Budget: How Budgeting Can Help You Reach Your Long-Term Goals
Let’s be honest. A whole slew of Americans — almost two-thirds by several counts — have no idea how much money they spend in a month.
C E O Corner
As the clock strikes midnight and we ring in 2023, Christian Financial wishes you, our members a bright and prosperous new year. We hope your year is filled with new beginnings and financial health.
People in a meeting
This year’s Annual Meeting will be held on Tuesday, April 25, 2023 at 6:00 pm. The meeting will be located at our headquarters in Sterling Heights, 35100 Van Dyke Ave, Sterling Heights, MI 48312.
OUTREACH & IMPACT  |  Yearly Review & 2023 Non-Profits
Christian Financial has made an incredible impact through our Outreach & Impact Initiative in 2022. Over the past year, we’ve donated more than $100,000 from CFCU and employee contributions.
UPDATED BRANCH HOURS EFFECTIVE JANUARY 3, 2023

After much review, Christian Financial has decided to update our branch and drive-thru hours. Please review the updated hours below.

Couple outside during the holidays
The most wonderful time of the year can quickly become stressful when trying to plan for Christmas shopping. To help you combat the stresses of gift buying, we’ve compiled a few tips on how to prepare for this year.
 
Hand wrapping present

Christian Financial understands that you might need a break from you loan payment(s), especially around the holidays. Skip-A-Payment is back, and we are ready to help you skip your December 2022 or January 2023 payment(s)! 

CEO CORNER
It’s a familiar sight these days – everything from groceries to clothes to cars, gas and appliances – it’s all costing more. In some cases, a significant increase. This may put added stress on your budgets, especially as things like groceries cost much more than they used to.