A group of people living life together trying to figure out what it means when God says that He is for us, when He expresses a desire for us to live fully. We would love for you to be a part of our experiment in creating a community that cares about God, each other and the world in which we live. We aim to be a group of friends who in our experiences disproves the common understanding of life with God as boring, pointless and lifeless. Hopefully this gives you a hint about us, but it really doesn’t tell you much since we are about relationship, joy, hope, journeying together, exploring where God leads . . . All things that can’t be explained in print. Grab a friend and join us to discover who we really are.
Junior High Youth Group
Thursdays 7:00 PM
Doesn’t it seem like every time you get a large group of middle schoolers together it turns into a party on the verge of chaos? It’s a beautiful thing, isn’t it? An age that is the butt of lame adult jokes (driven by adult fear) we at Covenant choose to celebrate as one of the greatest times of life. At an age of great honesty and willingness to do whatever — we look at how revolutionary Jesus is and the risks that He asks us to take in our lives. When people are taking their shots, we are building a community that truly cares for each other, whoever you are. In other words, we want to love like Jesus in the midst of those who doubt and shun this state of life.
Covenant's Confirmation Class
Sundays 9:00 AM
Our confirmation/discipleship program that seeks to help build a foundation of faith by doing a wide study of what the Bible says about God. It is a great overview of the entire Bible: one year in the Old Testament, one year in the New Testament. The aim is to see the whole spectrum of God’s story contained in scripture.
The program is designed in a devotional format to help students develop a habit of Bible study and prayer that is helpful to all of us in our daily walk with Jesus our Lord. The students do six short Bible readings during the week along with some thought-provoking questions. On Sunday we meet to explore the week’s topic in greater depth.
High School Youth Group
Wednesdays 6:30 PM
Laid back, casually catching up with each other, eating processed snacks that take days off our expected life span, playing whatever comes to mind. Teaching on topics that challenge our thinking about faith and life, discovering God’s perspective, discussing our thoughts on God’s thoughts, honest conversations with friends.
Sundays 9:00 AM
What does the Bible actually say? How do we build on our knowledge and experience of God and let it change our lives. A group of us gather together and study God’s Word so that we may know how to encourage each other to be a changed people.