Covenant February 2017 Newsletter

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Check out the February newsletter for inspiring stories and latest happenings.

Open Table @ Covenant - Wednesday Evenings

Open Table @ Covenant - Wednesday Nights

Join us each Wednesday for an evening of food, faith and fellowship.

Dinner includes hot entree, side, full salad bar, drink and dessert served from 5 p.m-6:30 p.m. Adults, $7; Kids, $5; household maximum: $25.
You can make standing or one-time reservations here or contact Michelle Williamson to let us know you'll be coming.

Dinner Menu for February 22: Fried Chicken & Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Rolls, Salad Bar, Cookies & Ice Cream

Sign Up for our Weekly Meal Menu Email (sent on Thursday afternoon of the preceding week)

Worship Team CDs will be available for purchase ($10) to benefit Highland and Renguti Schools.

2017 Classes & Progams

Telling the Story of Your Life: The Power of Personal Narrative
Wednesdays, through February 22, Fellowship Hall 205
"Telling the Story of Your Life" will emphasize the power of narrative to know oneself and to know others more deeply.  Come listen to gifted storytellers, participate in interactive explorations of your stories, and learn to share your stories with others. Drop-ins are welcome.

Charlotte’s Wake-Up Call: A Community Dialogue Series Co-Sponsored by Covenant and the Women's Intercultural Exchange
Wednesdays, through February 8, 6:30-8:00 pm, Fellowship Hall
This series of community dialogues will feature cross-cultural chats, exploration of implicit biases and systemic racism, and insights into avenues for creating economic opportunity.  
Confirmed speakers include Toussaint Romain, Charlotte attorney and Public Defender; Brenda Tindal, Museum of the New South historian; Hugh McColl, former chairman and CEO of Bank of America and Terry Shook of Shook Kelley, a Charlotte urban planning and design firm. Learn more about WIE here:

Invitation to Join Disciple Bible Study with Bob and Jessica
Jump in mid-year to this high-commitment, in-depth study on Wednesday evenings from 6:15-7:30. We'll have one session to catch you up, and then we'll launch into our year-long study of Jesus in the Gospels. Have questions or want to register?

To get connected with these programs, email Erin Williams at

Children / Youth Wednesday Classes
Middle School: Guys Group, EW 318; Girls Group, EW 312
High School: Film & Theology Discussion Group, EW Theater
Young Scholars, a class for 1st through 5th graders, is 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. in EW 218. Childcare for infants to K is available from 5:30 to 8 p.m.