Do you belong?


Where do you do your “banking”? Are you happy at your current financial institution? Are you starting to see more fees and not-so-free services anymore? Perhaps now is a good time to consider your options, especially if you are not a member of Members 1st.

If you’re looking for a change, we invite and encourage you to consider switching to us. We know it’s not easy starting a new relationship with a financial institution. Rest assured, we combine old-fashioned personal service with cutting-edge technology to provide you with the perfect package of financial products and services. We’re not “Members 1st” only in name but also in practice, hence our motto, “We Put Our Members First.”

As a member-owned financial institution, we don’t pay out big dividends to stockholders. That means we reward you with better interest rates on your deposits and lower interest rates on your loans. You benefit from our success. We’ve been locally owned and operated since 1950 and we’re not going to be bought out by another financial institution. Our associates are your friends and neighbors. We know the local community and pride ourselves in giving our time and resources to improve the quality of life in Southcentral Pennsylvania.

If you’re not a member, click here and open your new account or stop by any of our convenient branches.

If your employer or organization doesn’t offer credit union membership as a free benefit, ask them to become one of our Select Employer Groups. It’s easy and won’t cost your company or organization anything.

Whether it’s for personal finances or business accounts, switching over to us will make you see “banking” in a whole new light.

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