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Opportunities for serving in the community

Andrea Diener (admin), 7/14/2018

Serving Locally

Serving in the local community is a great way to put the Gospel in action, building a bridge from our church into the lives of those in our city.  This can be accomplished through planting churches, hosting outreach events, and partnering with local ministries in our community.

As part of our vision to reach the lost and broken in our community, we provide opportunities throughout the year for small groups and individuals to  serve in our local community. Consider where God might be calling you to invest your time and talents.

Andrea Diener (admin), 7/12/2018

Interested in Serving?

Contact Jonathan Culley
Executive Pastor

Andrea Diener (admin), 7/10/2018


As we seek to minister to the lost and broken in our community, we partner with local ministries.  Many of our local partners are specifically equipped to meet the needs of those who need help.  A few of our local partners include: Love INC, Hope Ministries, MNA Disaster Response, Pregnancy Resources, CenterPointe Food Pantry, His Place Ministries and more. 


As a part of a dynamic ministry to children and adults, Covenant conducts several sports leagues throughout the year.  Our kids leagues are family-friendly, open to all boys and girls in the church and community.  ROAR Sports seeks to bring us together as we help our children learn and grow and as we reach out to our neighbors. We strive to teach the skills of the sport with excellence, show God's love in practical ways, support the team members, and establish relationships with the parents.  


Every year, we engage in a few projects that involve giving Christmas gifts to children and families either overseas or in our local community.  Please consider getting your family or small group involved in one of these ministries that touches the lives of those in need.  We host Operation Christmas Child, Angel Tree and more.  These Christmas Gift Projects begin each year in early November. 
Andrea Diener (admin), 7/2/2018