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Make an online payment

You may make an online payment to First Church in Cambridge, either one-time or recurring, scheduled either for today or in the future, through our PCI Compliant provider, Vanco Services. 

If you have created a profile, log in to access your saved accounts.  If you don’t wish to create a profile, simply enter the amount and purpose(s) of your payment, including any notes in the memo field to the right of each amount.

  • Building Use – for a building reservation (please use the memo field for details)
  • Family Camp – for summer camp registration
  • Other – for anything else (please use the memo field to note the purpose)

You may also send an email to Karen McArthur, Affiliate Minister of Stewardship & Finance, if you wish to clarify anything further about your payment.

After entering your payment details, please click “Next.” You will then be asked for your Name, Address, Phone, Email, Bank Routing Number (a series of numbers that can be found along the bottom left of your check) and your bank account number.  Click “Process” to submit your payment.

Thank you for your all-electronic payment!

Make an online payment

Your contribution will be deducted from your bank account and electronically deposited into the church account. It’s convenient, efficient, and entirely paperless. You will receive an automatic confirmation via email.

If you need immediate assistance, please contact the church office during regular office hours.

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