MMA and Mennonite Financial join servicesby Mennonite Mutual Aid
GOSHEN, Ind./LANCASTER, Pa.—On Aug. 27, Mennonite Financial Federal Credit Union and Mennonite Mutual Aid (MMA) announced they have formed a partnership to serve Mennonites and other Anabaptists nationwide with stewardship-oriented financial services.
The organizations will develop combined offices around the country, particularly in areas with large concentrations of Anabaptists.
When and where they will combine services in the future is still in discussion.
“We share with MMA a passion to serve people and organizations in our church community with services that complement their faith values,” says Kent Hartzler, president and CEO of Mennonite Financial in Lancaster.
“We’re excited about offering basic financial services to our members,” says Larry Miller, president and CEO of MMA in Goshen. “Younger generations particularly need basic money management products from someone they trust.”
Both organizations also serve church-related institutions and Anabaptist-owned businesses with asset management and employee benefits.
They plan to expand their services to these groups as well. In three Pennsylvania towns—Lancaster, Belleville and Ephrata—the organizations already share office space.
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