About Us

A Brief Introduction

Covenant Church was formed in 1965 out of a desire in the Auburn community for a Presbyterian Church faithful to the Word of God and committed to the reformed faith.

While we have been through our fair share of ups and downs, we look forward to continuing to grow together as a Covenant Community in the years to come. In the past 29 years, we have always maintained that church is so much more than a place you go on Sunday mornings. Instead, it is a community of people who live in a covenant relationship with God by being united with Christ.

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Beliefs and Values

We desire to connect others to Christ as we abide in Him.

For God’s glory, we celebrate health and growth in Jesus Christ so that all people may flourish in grace and truth. We do this through our ministries which strive to…

… introduce others to the Family of God
… educate in the Word of God
… equip for the Work of God
… expand for the Glory of God

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We also hold to the Westminster Confession of Faith and to the Book of Church Order.

Ministry Design

A spiritual greenhouse


Jere Scott Bradshaw


Jere Scott Bradshaw became the head pastor of Covenant Presbyterian Church in March of 2015.

Jere Scott’s education started at the University of Tennessee where he graduated with his Bachelor of Arts in Speach Communication and Rhetoric. He then went on to attend Westminster Theological Seminary where he received his Master of Divinity in Pastoral Studies. Before becoming head Pastor at Covenant, Jere Scott was the Director of Youth Ministries at Young Meadows Presbyterian Church and Assistant Pastor of Discipleship at Community Evangelical Free Church. Jere Scott is married to Dorothy, and they have two children.

Other Church Staff

Tom Dowling

Admin and Operations

Tiffany Blackmon


Maegan Keel

Care Coordinator



Bert Anz, John DiJulio, Steve Dowling, Jack Johnson, Bob Norman, John Parr, David Rouse, and Tom Tillman


Aaron Blackmon, Tim Hunter, Robert Judd, Mike Patterson (chairman), Shea Tillman, Jose Vasconcelos