Ministries at Covenant

The church family at Covenant seeks to manifest the love of God by sharing the gospel in word and deed with one another and our neighbors. We rejoice in the hope of eternal life through hospitality, fellowship, and service so that we may connect others to Christ as we abide in Him.

Learn more about our ministries and how you can get involved below. We encourage everyone to find a place where their God-given gifts and talents can be utilized. If you are interested in serving or being involved please keep reading. You can let us know where you feel led to help by filling out the form at the bottom of the page.

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a·bide verb: meaning to live or to dwell (archaic definition)

We Abide in the Grace of Christ together through Sunday worship services, both morning and evening, and during special services such as Good Friday and Christmas Eve.


We always have something going on at Covenant. A great way serve, with a short-term commitment!

Missions Month | Easter at Covenant

Worship Team

Use your talents and skills to the fullest by serving our Lord through music.

Worship Team | Worship Planning

Media and Tech Services

Creating and producing services that help engage the church in Christ-centered worship (usually in conjunction with the Worship Team).

Tech (Audio, Video, Lighting, Camera Operator) | Photography


plant verb: meaning to place (a seed, bulb, or plant) in the ground so that it can grow (synonyms: sow, seed); establish (an idea) in someone’s mind (synonyms: instill, impress)

The Planting Ministry is designed to introducing others to the Family of God within Covenant. Ways to get involved include the Covenant Life Seminar, welcome lunches, greeting, and more. For specific questions contact Bob Norman or Jack Johnson, our Planting team coordinators. 


Welcome visitors and new members and build community at Covenant

Covenant Life Seminar | Greeters | Welcome Lunches | Small Groups


water verb: meaning to pour or sprinkle water over (a plant or an area of ground), typically in order to encourage growth

The Watering Ministry is designed to educate our members in the Word of God. Ways to get involved include Bible study, small groups, Sunday School, and more. For specific questions contact David Rouse, our Planting team coordinator. 


Help educate our community of believers

Bible Study & Small Group Leaders | Sunday School Teachers


Provide a positive, safe, loving and spiritually enriching environment for our children.

Ages newborn – 6th grade

Care Center (Nursery) Workers | Sunday School Teachers


Provide an outlet for our junior and senior high students to connect with others and with leaders committed to seeing them grow in their relationship with Christ.

Junior and Senior High Students

Youth Group | D-groups


cultivate verb: meaning to grow or maintain; try to acquire or develop (a quality, sentiment, or skill)

The Cultivating Ministry is designed to equip our members for the Work of God. Ways to get involved include leadership training, retreats, seminars, and moreFor specific questions contact the church office; we are currently looking for a team coordinator. 


Lend a hand to help with the execution of training and leadership events at Covenant

Elder and Deacon Training | Leadership Development


blossom verb: meaning to mature or develop in a promising or healthy way (synonyms: develop, grow, mature)

The Blossoming Ministry is designed to expand the work of God, for the Glory of God. Ways to get involved include missions trip, missions month events, community outreach, helps, and moreFor specific questions contact John Parr our Blossoming team coordinator. 

Hospitality and Outreach

Supporting our Deacons by serving to meet the practical needs of members in our church family and the community

Meals | Support | Prayer Chain | Local Outreach Projects

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Our goal is to equip you to serve using the gifts that you have received!

We’re glad you’d like to help out, and we’ll work with you to help find a way that best utilizes your time and talents!

“For as we have many members in one body, and all members have not the same office: So we, being many, are one body in Christ, and every one members one of another. Having then gifts differing according to the grace that is given to us…”
Romans 12:4-6