Engagement Ministry invites you to find your fit in ministry at Covenant.
Please take a minute to share with us some ideas of where you'd like to share your gifts and time using this quick-and-easy form.
If you'd like help discerning your gifts, please try our Spiritual Gifts Assessment. It takes about 6 minutes to complete and will offer insight into your God-given gifts and interests.
If you'd like to talk with someone about your gifts or interests, please contact Joan Watson, associate pastor for congregational life.
Friends of all ages are invited to join:
Open Table @ Covenant – Resumes Sept. 7 with "Covenant's Got Talent." Programs begin Sept. 14
Each Wednesday, Open Table @ Covenant will offer opportunities for food, faith and fellowship. Food service, including a 12-item salad bar with varying hot bars, will be provided from 5 p.m.-6:30 p.m. and most programs will begin at 6:30 p.m. for children and adults. Come to eat and stay to socialize and learn. Child care is available.
Costs are $5 for children, $7 for adults with a family maximum of $25.
Sign Up for our Weekly Meal Menu Email (sent on Thursdays of the preceding week).
Sign Up Now for "Covenant’s Got Talent!" Sept. 7
We will open our Fall Open Table @ Covenant dinner and programs with great food and super fun as we enjoy the talent among us. If you are interested in sharing your gifts, or if you know of someone who might share their gifts, please contact Daniel Heath, Contemporary Worship and Arts Director. We are looking for musicians, dancers, actors, magicians, jugglers, comedians, and more. Consider recording your "non-stage" talent via video which could be shown on the projector – such as a trick basketball or soccer shot – show us your magic!
Programs begin Sept. 14 through Dec. 14, 6:30 p.m.
New Speaker Series on Healing Conversations
Join us for every class or come for the session that matches your interest.
Weekly topics include: abuse and manipulation (domestic and otherwise); addiction and compulsion; fear and violence; personal and cultural bias; and justice and mercy.
- We'll learn how to have more meaningful conversations to resolve conflicts and bridge gaps in understanding;
- Expect to gain insights from scripture, theology, psychology, political science and sociology.
Our facilitator for the first session Sept. 14 is Rev. Margaret Barnes Peery, Presbyterian minister and pastoral counselor. Next up is Richard Boyce, dean of Union Presbyterian Seminary in Charlotte. Other guest speakers will follow. Get connected: Rev. Joan Watson (704-804-7580).
Disciple Bible Study: Jesus and the Gospels
Registration necessary for this high-commitment Bible study led by Bob Henderson and Jessica Patchett.
Participants will be asked to complete reading and written reflections each week. This study will explore Jesus’ identity and invitation in the context of both the gospels and the core story of the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament).
Weekday Lunch (Tuesday-Thursday, 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.)
Most weeks, we offer a nutritious and delicious lunch in our Fellowship Hall. Bring a friend or work colleague to enjoy good food and fellowship – open to all.
Lunch includes soup, salad bar, entree, side, dessert and drink for $7.