Refinance your church’s current loans
Competitive financing options to save money for your church
Explore low-cost financing options that are exclusively designed for churches—matched with competitive rates and expert consultation
The Cornerstone Fund lending difference
The Cornerstone Fund offers competitively priced and low-fee financing options—from $10,000 lines of credit to multi-million-dollar loans—that are specifically designed to meet the unique needs of churches and non-profit organizations. Cornerstone Fund representatives are glad to work with churches to ensure plans and budgets are well structured and complete. Plus, many organizations find that the Cornerstone Fund offers a better financing package than a local bank.
Say hello to more cash. Every year.
When enrolled in the Cornerstone Fund’s Church Cashback Program as an active loan customer, you can earn up to $10,000 cash back each year! Receive cash back each year based on your loan and investment balances. Enroll today, receive your welcome packet, and then begin to invite your congregation to invest with the Cornerstone Fund personal investment options and they will simply designate your church on their investment applications. See you Welcome Packet for specific cash back calculations and restrictions.
Not sure if you’re ready to borrow?
The Cornerstone Fund has recently partnered with the Hope Partnership, a program that uses a national, ecumenical network of trained facilitators and coaches that assists both struggling (and thriving congregations) to move into financially sustainable, life-transforming mission.The Hope Partnership offers four consulting services.
- New Beginnings, a six-month facilitated and coached process for congregations facing sustainability challenges
- Epiphany, a one-year facilitated and coached process for churches ready to imagine and live into their future ministry story
- Mission Pathways, an individualized, three-month self-guided service for healthy congregations looking at new ways to do ministry
- Recasting, a one-year process that brings together up to six congregations to form and launch their own future ministry options.