St. Mary’s & Affiliates Credit Union offers two different checking accounts – Convenience Checking and Plus Checking. Your first box of checks are free, then just use the reorder slip inside that box of checks to reorder online or bring your reorder slip into the Credit Union and we will be happy to order them for you.

Transactions can be handled via ATM, Home Banking, Direct Deposit, mail, or in person. Debit Card access is available with either account. If you have questions about your account or problems balancing your monthly statement, let us help. The first reconcilement is free.

Convenience Checking

  • No monthly fee
  • No minimum balance
  • No per-check charges
  • Unlimited check writing
  • Complimentary first box of checks
  • Secure online check reordering
  • Unlimited debit card usage

Plus Checking

  • Earn dividends on daily balances of $100 or more
  • Dividends are calculated on the daily balance and compounded and paid monthly
  • Only $5 monthly service charge for balances that fall below $100
  • Maintain $500 in your regular savings account, advantage account or a share certificate and then you don’t need to maintain a minimum balance in your checking account
  • No per check charges.
  • Unlimited check writing
  • Complimentary first box of checks
  • Secure online check reordering
  • Check our great rates

Renew Checking

  • For members previously reported to ChexSystems
  • 12 month program to be completed in steps
  • Financial counseling available

The Echo Club

The Echo Club offers many different options for our members age 13-18! It is a club designed for the Echo Boomers Generation. This club is a safe and effective start on learning about managing money! Take part in options such as…

  • Multiple Savings Accounts to save for all of those big events*
  • An Echo Checking account*
  • Pre-paid Debit Card (Age 13-15)*
  • Debit Card (Age 16-18)*
  • Special Certificates with a $200 minimum*
  • Good Grades Rewards!*
  • Share Secured Credit Card

The Echo Club account allows students and parents to participate in as many (or as few) of the accounts and services as they like. It’s a great stepping stone for success for students getting ready to take those next steps.

*a parent/legal guardian agrees to be held liable on a checking account and is the primary holder on a MasterCard with a teen listed as a signer. At age 18, by request, these products will become the teen’s sole responsibility.