Lowell Entz

Pastor of Discipleship/Connection

Lowell and his wife Sue have been at Covenant since 1996.  Lowell joined the staff in September of 2020, providing pastoral oversight for adult discipleship ministries, and care and connection ministries.

Lowell and Sue both grew up on Kansas farms in Mennonite communities, and were married in 1988.  Sue previously taught elementary students (including 2 years in a remote village in Zaire), was on staff with CCC children's ministry department, and now serves as a fourth-grade teaching assistant at SWCS.

Lowell received a B.A. from Grace University (Nebraska), a Masters in Biblical Counseling from Grace Seminary (Indiana), and a Master of Divinity from Denver Seminary (Colorado).  Lowell served as an associate and interim pastor in Denver before joining the Federal Bureau of Prisons as a Chaplain in 1991—serving for 25 years In Colorado, then Oregon, then Oklahoma.
Their two children were born in Oregon. Now Tyler (& wife Cailey) and Lindsey (& husband Landon McGee) live locally and are involved with Covenant as well!

Growing up as a farm kid, Lowell keeps his heritage alive with shepherding (of sheep), chicken tending, gardening, and tree farming (see him for a variety of volunteer seedlings, if needed).  Their “farmette” is 3 miles directly north of CCC-- down by the river.

Lowell also enjoys bicycling, reading, volunteering with Water Serve Ministries, and mentoring fatherless teens in Yukon Public Schools.

Lowell & Sue have enjoyed Covenant’s rich history of outreach, discipleship, and caring ministries among Christ’s body, and look forward to encouraging those ministries for Covenant’s best years yet to come!