About Cornerstone

Our Mission Statement

Making financial success a reality through innovation. 

The Cornerstone Story

From the beginning, we were a community. In 1951, a group of employees from the Chrysler Corporation's parts division banded together to start a credit union for their employees: Mo-Par Federal Credit Union. In May 1961, that growing credit union changed its name to Motor Parts Federal Credit Union (MPFCU), and soon had permanent branches in Center Line, MI and Perrysburg, OH.   

The headquarters moved to Auburn Hills, MI in 1994. MPFCU officially changed its name to Cornerstone Community Financial in April 2004 – because we were no longer just a community of auto workers. Cornerstone has since opened four additional Michigan branches; one branch located in Troy, one branch located in Royal Oak and the most recent branch in Sterling Heights.

Today, Cornerstone Community Financial is still owned and operated by its members. And we still look out for each other, just like that original band of auto workers. We’re in your corner, giving you the resources you need to reach goals, care for your family, and live the life you want to live. These resources include a wide range of progressive financial products and services, from share certificates and Visa® credit cards to competitive lending options.

Cornerstone is also keeping up with the latest in banking technology, offering secure services like online and mobile banking, as well as innovative deposit products like Choice Reward Checking Accounts. We see technology as just one more path to our constant goal: providing the exceptional personal service our members expect and deserve.

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Safe and Secure 

Cornerstone Community Financial Credit Union members can have peace of mind knowing that member deposits in your credit union are federally insured by the NCUA, through the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund (NCUSIF). NCUSIF is backed by the full-faith and credit of the United States Government. CCF members have federally insured funds and should rest assured that their deposits are safe up to at least $250,000 per account, with additional coverage of up to $250,000 for certain retirement accounts. Not one penny of insured savings has ever been lost by a member of a federally insured credit union.