what to expect

Visiting a new church for the first time can be overwhelming.

If you are looking for a new place to fit in, feeling restless in your walk with Christ, or growing as a seasoned believer, our doors and arms are open. Covenant Presbyterian Church does not exist to simply provide another option. We are uniquely here because God called us to worship Him and to be Christ’s hands and feet to one another and our community. We are a family of sinners bound by God’s grace and we extend a welcome to you in worshiping the One True God.

Your first visit details are found below.

Check out the calendar of events for upcoming activities.

Covenant Presbyterian Church | Welcome
Covenant Presbyterian Church | Welcome
Covenant Presbyterian Church | Welcome
Covenant Presbyterian Church | Welcome

Joining Us for Worship Services

On Sunday mornings, we suggest arriving a few minutes early for Wee Covenant check-in if you have children, take a moment to talk with a few friendly folks and find a seat. Fifteen minutes is plenty of time. Wee Covenant is offered all year during Worship, Fellowship Time, Sunday Studies and during the school year on Wednesday Nights.

Sunday Schedule

9:20 a.m. – Wee Covenant Nursery opens
9:30 a.m. – 10:45 a.m. – Worship
10:45 a.m. – 11:15 a.m. – Fellowship Coffee
11:15 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. – Sunday Studies

Wednesday Night Schedule (September – May)

5:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. – Children’s Choir
5:30 p.m. – 6:15 p.m. – Dinner in the LIFE Center
6:15 p.m. – 7:15 p.m. – Pioneer Clubs (k4-5th grade)
6:15 p.m. – 7:15 p.m. – 153 Untorn (6th-12th grade)
6:15 p.m. – 7:15 p.m. – Adult Bible Studies

His good news. His promises.

what we hold to be true

Worship is the most important thing we do. Corporate worship of the one true God is the central event in the life of the church, and a vital event in the life of the Christian. When we gather as the church, we are responding to God’s call. He has called us together to refresh us in His good news – renew us in the reality of His promises.

The three Persons of the Godhead – Father, Son and Holy Spirit – exist around us, work within us, and are worshiped by us. The Father has called us to Himself through the Son by the Holy Spirit. As we worship we intentionally recognize the wonderful, holy fellowship and activity of the Trinity.

Since God is acting upon us through word and sacrament—by his Spirit—renewing His gracious promises, we respond in repentance and faith. As we turn from self and sin to Christ the Savior, we pray, sing, affirm our faith, confess, hear the Word and receive the sacraments. There is a dialogue going on in our worship. As God pours out His grace in Christ, we join the worship He receives in heaven.

The power of God for salvation is the gospel. We search all the Scriptures, always finding that Jesus saves. Our worship service is centered around Scripture. From beginning to end, our only hope is the atoning work of Christ. He has taken our sin and covered us in his righteousness.

We worship because we must; otherwise life gets completely out of focus and distorted.

We are a community of Christ-followers walking together. We are made to live in relationship with each other. After all, we are created in the image of God, who has always, throughout eternity, lived in relationship: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

The fellowship of God is perfect and untainted by sin. Ours, of course, is not. Yet we can stick together, forgiving each other because we have been accepted by God through Jesus. This is what church is all about – community in Christ.

Our fellowship with each other in Christ is not just for us, of course. The church is for the world. That means we are here together to reach out and welcome our neighbors into the joy.

Furthermore, we are here to pray, serve, support and send as Christ builds His church and extends His kingdom throughout world.