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Welcome!

Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ! (Philippians 1:2)

Welcome to Christ Covenant Church! Thank you for visiting our website. We invite you browse our site to learn more about our story, ministries, mission and vision. We also invite you to join us for worship so we can meet and greet you!

If you are spiritually weary and in search of rest, if you are mourning and you long for comfort, if you are struggling and you desire victory, if you recognize that you are a sinner and need a Savior, God welcomes you here in the name of Christ.

To the stranger in need of fellowship, to those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, and to whoever will come, Christ Covenant Church opens wide its doors and welcomes all in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ.

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Inquirers’ Class

An Inquirers’ Class is offered a few times a year for those interested in learning more about the Lord, our church, our denomination, and for those seeking church membership.

Please contact us if you are interested in our Inquirers’ Class. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some frequently asked questions which you may find useful:

  • What are your service times? Our worship service begins at 9:30 and lasts approximately an hour and 15 minutes. If needed, nursery care for infants and toddlers is provided.
  • What is the worship like at your church? Our goal in worship is to engage both our hearts and our minds in genuine adoration toward God. Our music at Christ Covenant Church is a combination of traditional and contemporary worship music. In addition to traditional hymns, we also sing many contemporary Christian hymns and songs. Many of the songs that we sing combine ancient hymn texts with newer music. We incorporate the use of a variety of instruments, including piano, guitar, bass, and percussion. Our worship service is liturgical and includes elements such as a call to worship, confession of sin, assurance of pardon and comfort, confession of faith, and Scripture readings. We believe that the preaching of God’s Word is central to all that we do, making the sermon an important part of every service. Visit the Media section of our website to view our livestream, sermons, music, and bulletins.
  • What do children do during the service? We believe it is important for children to worship God alongside their families as they grow in their faith. A nursery is available for infants and toddlers, but we encourage parents to bring their children into the service with them. We offer a children’s bulletin with activities to help them follow the service.
  • What should I wear if I visit? At our church you will find some people dressed casually and some wearing a coat and tie. Feel free to wear whatever makes you comfortable. 1 Samuel 16:7 says, “Man looks on the outward appearance, but the Lord looks on the heart.” Our desire is to do the same.
  • Do I have to give money if I visit the church? Offering a portion of what we have earned back to God is an important part of worship, but as a visitor there is no expectation placed upon you to give to the work of Christ Covenant Church. An offering box is available if you would like to give, or you may give online.
  • What is the PCA? PCA stands for the Presbyterian Church in America, the denomination of which we are a part. There are many denominations which are called “Presbyterian.” The name is related to the Greek word for elder and refers to the fact that our churches are led by a session (or council) of elders. These elders are Godly men who have been elected from the congregation and ordained to serve as leaders. The PCA was started in 1973 in order to have a Presbyterian denomination that has a high view of God’s inerrant Word, that is clear in teaching Reformed theology, and that is uncompromisingly missional in our outlook to the world.
  • What is Reformed theology? At its root, it is the theology that came out of the Protestant Reformation. You may have heard of the Five Solas of the Reformation, sola is a Latin term meaning “only” or “alone.” The Reformers affirmed that we are saved by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone and that the rule for our beliefs is Scripture alone, and all of this is to the glory of God alone.
  • Do you serve communion? Yes. We observe the Lord’s Supper weekly at Christ Covenant Church. This is a time of celebration for those who have placed their faith in Jesus Christ. With this in mind, we encourage those who are a member in good standing of a gospel-believing church to gather with us around the Lord’s table. Those who do not believe in the gospel or who are living lives of open rebellion and unbelief are encouraged to abstain.
  • Do you let children take communion? Our church doesn’t set an age requirement on anyone to take part in communion, but we do ask that if you would like your children to participate, that they first meet with our elders to talk about their faith in Christ and what communion means.
  • What other ministries do you have during the week? We have Bible Studies for both men and women throughout the week. Our Men’s Bible Study meets Wednesdays at 6:30 am. Our Women’s Bible Studies meet Wednesdays at 9:00 am and 6:00 pm. Our Kids Club for children K4–5th grade meets Wednesdays at 6:00 pm during the school year. Our youth group meets Wednesdays at 6:00 pm during the school year. Sunday School classes are offered for all ages during the school year. We also have a Celebrate Recovery group that meets Tuesdays at 6:00 pm. For a complete list of all activities within the life of our church, please visit our online calendar.
  • How can I contact you? You can visit, email, or call us. Our contact information is listed below.