What We Do
All of our ministries do at least 1 of 4 things:
INSTRUCT in Christ's love
INCLUDE others with hospitality
IMPACT our community
INVITE people to know Jesus
Our desire is to help people become followers of Christ who:
A: Attend Worship Gatherings, knowing Jesus more deeply.
B: Belong to a discipleship group, growing in their love of Jesus
C: Contribute their time, talent, and treasure, showing the love of Jesus to others
D: Deliver the Good News, going to their neighbors with the message of Jesus
Our worship service is at 11:00 on Sunday mornings. Our services are children and family friendly; we make sure that people from 0-99 can engage in meaningful worship.
We offer nursery care for children 0-4 and there is also a cry room for parents and children in our sanctuary.
During the sermon, children in grades K-5 can participate in Children's Church with lessons and activities geared toward them.
On the first Sunday of every month, we celebrate the Lord's Supper. All who confess faith in Jesus are invited to partake.
At 9:30 every Sunday, we offer adult Bible Studies. Childcare is provided.
Rooted: Food. Family. Faith.
Every Wednesday night is Rooted, our night of fellowship and faith formation for people of all ages. We host:
Sprouts for grades K-5
Vine Life for grades 6-8
Youth Group for grades 9-12
Bible Study for adults
Sermon Discussion Group
We start the night with supper at 6:00 and at 6:30 we split up into our groups until 8:00. The whole family is invited and there is something for everyone!
Habitat for Humanity
In December 2021, Covenant Community Church voted to use our surplus giving to fund a house for Habitat for Humanity. Members of Covenant assisted with the building and the house was completed in September 2022.
Good News Club
For several years, Covenant has helped run a Good News Club with Child Evangelism Fellowship at Fairfield West Elementary. Through this ministry, we have helped kids know and understand the Gospel and have developed a further partnership with the school as we serve students and families at the school by providing for those with specific needs.