Welcome to covenant

Know god. love others. live the gospel.

Here at Covenant Community Church we know that everyone has a story. The beauty of the gospel is that no matter what your life's story is, Jesus has come to redeem it. We want each person to come to know the saving grace found in Jesus Christ, to love and be loved in the context of community, and to live out the gospel as they proclaim the work Christ has done in their story. Come join us!

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9:30 am

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What We Believe

The core beliefs of Covenant Community Church are based on the foundational truths taught in the Bible.

Imagine with us...

A gathering space for the body of Christ to connect with our neighbors and friends in order to encourage community, establish relationships, and engage missionally in the everyday body, soul, and spirit rhythms of life.

finding Hope

A Support Group providing HELP and HOPE 
for loved ones of addicts/alcoholics
Each session you will have the opportunity to learn more about addiction, find tools to help those you love and find hope to help you as you journey down this difficult road. 

Come and listen, all you who fear God, and I will tell you what He did for me. Psalm 66:16

"My New Life in Christ"

by Sara Mankin

I’ve always known about who God was. I grew up in the Roman Catholic Church, but never truly understood the meaning behind any of it as I went through the different sacraments. My childhood was filled with physical and verbal abuse at home, but I never talked about it to anyone. Instead, I turned to other things for comfort. At age 12, I began to smoke cigarettes, by 14 I was drinking alcohol, smoking weed, and popping pills. I began counseling at the age of 15, and saw various psychiatrists who prescribed me medications that only made me feel even more detached from the world and numb to everything. In high school, I was admitted into a mental health facility on two different occasions. One was for an attempted suicide at age 17...

 

Latest Message

  June 13, 2021 

"What We Know"

Romans 8:28

Carlon Tschetter

 God is at work in every circumstance and situation to accomplish His divine plan and purpose to make us more like Christ.

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