Get Involved

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.

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Christmas Wreaths and Trees

Place an order for fresh Christmas wreaths and trees to help support ministry.

In Our Nation and World

We believe our neighbors live not only beyond the doors of our church, but beyond the boundaries of our community.

God calls us to build lasting relationships around the world. In the faces of the people we serve, we will find our faith strengthened, our horizons broadened and our lives changed. How can you help our global mission?

Find Your Global Mission at Home at our Mission Festival and Auction

Go on a Mission Trip

We leave the demands of our lives and begin a journey, called by God, to worlds so different from our own. Join us as we build friendships with those we serve, immersing ourselves in their cultures and blessing their lives as they bless ours.

2015 Mission Trips For Adults will be announced soon

 2015 Mission Trips For Youth

  • 6th-8th grades, CROSS Missions (Charlotte), June 14-19, Cost $350
  • 9th-11th grade, Broad Street Ministries, Philadelphia, June 21-27, Cost $575
  • 12th grade, Yucatan, Mexico, June 21-27, Cost $750

For middle and high school youth trips, contact Claire Tomkinson (grades 6-8) or Neeley Lane (grades 9-12).

 

Support our Holy Lands Exchange

In May we expanded our global reach by sending nine of our college students, along with four students from Queens University, on a trip to the Holy Land, partnering with arts students in the Diyar Program at Christmas Lutheran Church in Bethlehem.

You can read their insightful reflections at their blog Holy Land, Holy People.

Fifteen students from that program, both Christian and Muslim, will visit us in September, and we will immerse them in the cultural offerings of our own community as well as learn from them about their cultures and hopes in life. Learn more about our festival here.