How to enroll in Electronic Giving/Tithing
- Inform Kristie or Troy
- Send $1.00 test with a comment that says “100% general fund”
- Recipient email is email@example.com (this is the email account connected to Church’s bank account at Chase)
- I will confirm that the transaction worked.
SIGNING UP FOR ZELLE
- Visit zellepay.com to see if your checking account is at a bank that’s part of the Zelle network. a. If your bank is part of the Zelle network, you can enroll in the service at your bank. b. If you are already enrolled in a member bank’s person-to-person service, you do not need to take action.
- If your bank is not part of the Zelle network, you can enroll in Zelle’s person-to-person service on their website, which is zellepay.com
- Once you’ve enrolled in the appropriate payment system, you’ll be able to send and receive money.
- Keep in mind: If you have eligible accounts with multiple member banks of the Zelle network, you’ll need to use a different email address or phone number at each member bank.
- Zelle(SM) is a person-to-person payment network in the United States that allows customers of its member banks to send and receive payments from each other.
- If you have an eligible Chase checking account or Chase Liquid(R) card, you can continue using Chase QuickPay(R ) with Zelle(SM) to send and receive payments.
- For more information about Zelle, visit zellepay.com.
- Zelle and the Zelle related marks and logos are property of Early Warning Services, LLC. 5. Customers who don’t have an eligible Chase account can use