Started in 1954 by parishioners at the Shrine of Saint Anne Catholic Church, our field of membership has grown steadily to include individuals, households and Catholic organizations from numerous parishes within the Archdiocese of Denver.
We are a Catholic and member-owned credit union with one objective: to reflect the Catholic faith and values of our members so their spiritual needs will not be hindered by financial burdens. We offer many services as a bank - checking, savings, loans, on-line banking, mobile banking, andATMs-but unlike a bank, we’re not-for-profit
Fidelis is uniquely qualified to offer a modern menu of quality financial products and unsurpassed personal service to enhance our members’ financial well-being. Since we don't have to generate a profit for shareholders, we can return our earnings to members in the form of higher dividend rates on deposits, lower loan rates and fewer fees and costs than most banks. Member accounts are insured up to $250,000 by the National Credit Union Administration.
Fidelis actively supports Catholic parishes and their events by staff volunteering, financial donations, concession-donations and a wide variety of sponsorship and education programs to enrich our partner parishes.
Dedicated to Catholic education and through our Catholic Scholarship Foundation we’ve awarded $75,000 in scholarships to 8th grade students to attend Catholic High Schools since 2007. Seven schools participate in our scholarship program!
Two brick-and-mortar locations to serve members and parishes:
Main: 6320 Wadsworth Blvd., Arvada 80003 Hours: Mon., Tues., Thurs. 9AM-5PM; Wed.10am-5pm & Fri. 10AM-6PM
Immaculate Heart of Mary: 11385 Grant Drive, Northglenn 80233 suite A
Hours: Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri. 9:30am-5pm • Wed. Noon-6PM • Sat. 9AM-NOON
Access Executive Team and Volunteer Board of Directors. Drop by or call us at 303.424.5037 to make an appointment. We would be glad to meet parishioners in person at a parish event. Let us show you how we can make a difference for the financial well-being of your parishioners!
Easy to bank Catholic by uniting your faith and finances at Fidelis Catholic Credit Union!
Who Can Join?
Parishioners and parish employees who are affiliated with our Parish Partners, including:
- Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church
- Holy Cross Catholic Church
- Holy Trinity Catholic Church
- Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church
- Nativity of our Lord Catholic Church
- Saint Mark Catholic Church
- Shrine of St. Anne Catholic Church
- Spirit of Christ Catholic Community Church
- St. Bernadette Catholic Church
- St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church
- St. Louis Louisville Catholic Church
- St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church
- Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church
Family members of current members including anyone related by blood, marriage, legal guardian relationship, domestic partnership or adoption and foster children.
Employees of the following Business Partners, including:
- Echter's Greenhouse
- General Gerber Construction, Inc.
- Now! Heating and Air
How Can You Join?
With $25.00 and a completed membership application, eligible persons can open a share savings account. This $25.00 deposit represents your share in the credit union and must remain in the account for the duration of your membership.
"Once a member, always a member."
And don't forget — just because you change jobs, move or retire, doesn't mean you have to close your account. Membership is designed to last a lifetime.
Once the share savings account is open, you are free to take advantage of all the products and services we offer. Your family members are also eligible to join at this time. If you choose to cancel your membership, that $25.00 is yours to remove.
Three convenient ways to establish membership:
Those who meet the eligibility requirements may join Fidelis. There are three convenient ways to establish Membership.
Members Service Representatives are available and they will make opening a Fidelis account an easy, pleasant experience. To open an account you need to bring two forms of ID and your Social Security Number.
Acceptable forms of ID include:
- Drivers License
- Identification Card (government issued)
- Social Security Card
- Birth Certificate
You will need cash or a check for at least $25 payable to Fidelis Catholic Credit Union.
If you don't have the time to come into the Credit Union, you can contact a friendly Fidelis Member Service Representative at 303.424.5037. We will mail you a new member kit to open your account.
Complete the membership application in full, signing where indicated and have the signature notarized. Include a photocopy of your driver's license (or other valid picture identification) plus proof of eligibility such as a payroll stub, etc. Enclose a check in the amount of at least $25 payable to Fidelis Catholic Credit Union.
Mail the completed notarized Membership Application, ID, and check to:
Fidelis Catholic Credit Union
6320 Wadsworth Blvd
Arvada, CO 80003
Why Choose a Credit Union?
You’re an Owner
When you deposit money into a credit union savings account, you become a member and an owner. While other financial institutions pay profits to outside stockholders, credit unions return their net earnings to their own members-owners through high dividends (interest) on savings and low loan rates.
It's a Private, Not-for-Profit Financial Institution
The Board of Directors sets policies while various committees provide guidance to the credit union's professional staff and oversee all aspects of the credit union's operations. These volunteers have a personal interest in the credit union's success because they are members-owners as well.
High Quality Financial Services as Affordable as Possible
Credit unions are cooperative organizations invented in Europe to combat the then-common practice of the wealthy lending money at high rates of interest to those less fortunate. People banded together in protest and started to pool their available money and lend it, at reasonable rates, to their peers in need.
"People helping people" is the basic premise of credit unions — then and now.
Fidelis provides a full range of services that are equal to or better than those at other financial institutions. Credit unions typically have lower loan rates, pay higher dividends, and often have lower or no fees. These are just some of the benefits of membership with Fidelis Catholic Credit Union.
Service is Personal
Our knowledgeable and friendly staff is ready to assist those members who prefer person-to-person service. Members who are not near a branch can rely on our Member Service Representatives who take care of members via email, phone or fax.
Our Insurance is the Safest Around
Funds on deposit at Fidelis Catholic Credit Union are insured up to $250,000 by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), an agency of the Federal Government. The NCUA has stronger backing per dollar than either of its counterparts, the FDIC (insuring banks) and FSLIC (insuring savings and loans). Nothing in life is certain, but it is nice to know that your money has the strongest protection available.
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Are you looking for a career versus a job? Do you want to work in a great environment? Consider a career at our Credit Union. We offer our employees health, dental/vision, paid vacation, retirement options and much more!
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How to Apply
To apply, please email, mail, or fax a resume to the attention of Human Resources (no phone calls please).
You may email your resume along with a cover letter to humanresource@Fideliscu.org
Fidelis Catholic Credit Union
6320 Olde Wadsworth Blvd., Arvada, CO 80003
Attn: Human Resources
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