Covenant offers a variety of exciting opportunities and experiences for all ages. We seek to nurture each person in their own personal Christian faith journey through a balanced program
of worship, study, service, and fellowship. Learning together, we continue to experience God’s love and care for us as our faith grows in a nurturing community.

Ministry with Children 

Sunday School Sunday morning classes meet from 9:30–10:15 AM, September through May. Classes are available for toddlers through adults with nursery care for infants.
Godly Play Each Sunday during the 10:30 AM worship, September through May, children ages 4 through 1st grade are invited to a special worship, where they will learn Bible stories through interactive storytelling.
Children’s Worship Notebooks Notebooks containing coloring pages and activities are available in a basket in the Narthex.
Children’s Drama Storytelling through dramatic arts for and by children is incorporated in our Christian Education program
Recent opportunities included presentations by our children and youth during Advent and Lent.

Ministry with Youth

Sunday School Each Sunday morning at 9:30 AM, there are opportunities for Middle School and Senior High youth to study and explore their faith and life.
Youth Groups – Youth groups for Middle School and High School youth meet throughout the year
for fellowship, study, service, and fun. The Middle School and High School youth gather the first Sundays of the month for YOUth group (worship, Bible reading
and discussion, and games). Other activities such as mission events, fellowship gatherings, lock-ins, and more are also scheduled through-out the year. The youth are also invited to participate in mission trips and youth conferences during the summer. 
Wrestling Through Faith – On the other Sundays of the month (not the first Sunday), High School youth meet to dig deeper into the Bible and discuss how it applies to our lives today. This year, we are going through the books of the Bible to learn about the time when they were written and the overall message being taught. We wrestle with common misuse of the Bible, different interpretations that people have on controversial passages, and how it affects our response in terms of faith in action.
Confirmation Youth (8th grade and older) are offered the opportunity for this serious step in their journey of faith. Confirmation at Covenant finds youth talking about their faith – in whatever shape or size it may come – with other people, and in so doing, coming to understand what they believe.

Ministry with Adults

Sunday School Multiple class offerings vary from in-depth Bible study, to book studies with shared dialog, to discussion groups on current issues and how they relate to our faith.
Bible Study The pastor lead a Bible study each Monday at 10:30 AM, September through May, which focuses on the texts to be used in worship the following Sunday.
Inquirer’s Class Led by the pastor, this class is offered several times throughout the year for those new to the church or interested in learning more about the Presbyterian Church (USA) and Covenant.
Novels & Needles This book club meets the second Friday of each month at 10:00 AM, September through May, in the Breezeway.
Presbyterian Women Circle Meetings: A time for women of the church to gather regularly for Bible study, refreshments, and fellowship. From September – June, Circle meetings occur on the 2nd Tuesday of the month, at 10:00 AM in the Breezeway of the church. Following a study guide, discussion leaders rotate among volunteers. Some members attend monthly, and others come whenever they can. Either is fine!


Being Christian isn’t primarily about having a correct theology by getting our beliefs right. It is about deepening relationship with God as known especially in Jesus.” – Marcus Borg How do you nurture that “relationship with God” of which Borg speaks? Do you pray? Do you read the Bible? Do you wrestle with hard questions of faith? If none of the above, then what are you doing to grow closer to God? Within the pages of this brochure you will find fresh opportunities to explore our Christian faith and deepen relationships with God and with one another. There are books to challenge our understanding of faith and our practice of faithfulness, Bible Studies to stimulate reflection and discussion, fellowship opportunities to grow as God’s people, and opportunities for prayer to center and sustain us along the way. Join us on this journey — a journey we take together as disciples of Jesus who longs to be in relationship with each of us — and all of us!

 —John Peterson