About Covenant

A congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), Covenant's purpose is to worship the Triune God in Spirit and in truth. This worship compels us to love one another and to witness to all men, women, and children, discipling them in biblical Christianity.

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About Covenant

Covenant is passionate about the Gospel. Christ’s death on the cross as payment for the sin of His people and His resurrection is our only consolation in this life and the life to come, and our only motivation for faithful living.

We seek to fulfill this gospel driven purpose by emphasizing:

Corporate Worship…

… on the Lord’s day and Wednesday Vespers, centered on the faithful preaching of the Word, the administration of the sacraments, and the singing of God’s praise. We believe that Worship is the joyful duty and privilege of all believers and it is always to be God-centered. Worship is at the center of our life as a church. As God’s people saved by grace, we focus our deepest and highest affections on our Creator and Redeemer. Since God has called us out of darkness to be his worshipers (1 Pet. 2:9), we desire to worship God sincerely, eagerly, and biblically.

Our aim is that Jesus and his gospel always stand at the heart of our worship. Consequently, we desire that all the elements of worship be in accord with Scripture and that our hearts be well prepared for worship so that Christ and his gospel will be glorified.  We have intentionally chosen to have a form of service consistent with historic Presbyterian worship.

Biblical Edification…

… of the body of believers through instruction, fellowship, and prayer. As believers in the gospel, we submit to being life-long learners of Christ. We confess to ourselves, to our children, and to the world around us that we do not know best, that we will not lean on our own understanding, but that we will in all things acknowledge Christ’s wisdom as given to us in Scripture and look for Him to direct our paths (Proverbs 3:5-6).

In so doing we progressively put off old ways of thinking and we learn to put on the mind of Christ, to think Christ’s thoughts after him, to take every thought captive in obedience to Christ (2 Corinthians 10:5). We exhort one another in this process of learning and heart change by faithful fellowship and prayer for one another.

Consistent Witness…

…to our community, our nation, and our world through participation in local, national, and foreign missions. In conjunction with the Christ-centered, outward focus of the preaching and instruction received at Covenant , the Missions Committee is responsible in leading the congregation in following Christ’s great commission- go out and make disciples of all nations.