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There are a number of faith-based credit unions and related organizations that may be of interest to members of the Queen of Peace Arlington Federal Credit Union and Visitors to this site.

The credit union is part of many formal and informal networks and associations.

We have listed here some other credit unions that may have similar goals, interesting approaches to service or are just "interesting" or "thought provoking".

Note: By Clicking on any of the links below on this page, you are leaving the credit union web site www.qpafcu.com.

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The Episcopal Community Federal Credit Union is an Economic Justice Ministry within the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles. Originally funded by a grant from Episcopal Relief and Development in 1992, the Episcopal Community Federal Credit Union in Los Angeles provides financial services in a professional, personal environment.

Father Jon Bruno (now Bishop Jon Bruno) led the efforts to have a credit union for underserved prople in the Los Angeles area as part of an effort to assist some of those outside the "mainstream".
Bishop Bruno was raised in Los Angeles, grew up in housing projects, played professional football for the Denver Broncos and was a police officer in Burbank California.

Link to Episcopal Community Federal Credit Union
Another Bishop Bruno initiative is "Hands in Healing", an initiative on prevention of violence and healing after violence. This initiative focuses on violence such as domestic violence, child abuse, terrorism, elder abuse, unsafe guns, sexual assault and gang activity.
Link to Hands in Healing


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Faith Community United Credit Union (FCUCU) was organized in 1952, based on the faith and vision of the members of Mt. Sinai Baptist Church in Cleveland, Ohio. Through hard work, cooperation and faith, this credit union has grown and now has a regular building (formerly a branch of a bank that moved out of the neighborhood).

Link to Faith Community United Credit Union

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Located at located at 1100 North Capitol Street, NW, Washington, DC the Mt Airy Baptist Church Federal Credit Union (MABCFCU) serves the members, families of Mt Airy Baptist Church and several other organizations. Chartered in 1985, the credit union has grown slowly over the years, reaching total assets of about $600,000 in assets.

The credit union office is located in the church complex and is open for several hours on Saturdays and Sundays.
Link to Mt. Airy Baptist FCU web site

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Now located in the modern New Rising Star Missionary Baptist Church, NRS Community Development Federal Credit Union was chartered in 1996. The assets of NRS CDFCU are now over $800,000. The credit union has a community charter serving members in 23 of Birmingham’s 99 neighborhoods, all in the northeast part of the city, although the bulk of its members are members of the church.
Link to NRS Community Development FCU

Click for Link to NRS Church

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Chatered in 1974, the Triumph Baptist Federal Credit Union serves the membership of Triumph Baptist Church in Philadelphia.

This credit union is open several days during the week, as well as on Saturday and Sunday.

Click Here for a Link to The Triumph Baptist Federal Credit Union

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Note: By Clicking on any of the links above on this page, you are leaving the credit union web site www.qpafcu.com.

 
   
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