At Covenant Presbyterian Church we have a variety of programs that offer opportunities for fellowship, service, biblical study, and developing a relationship with Jesus. Our team is excited and passionate about our new programs and revamping the programs that have withstood the test of time.
Please come join us – we have something for everybody and if you have any questions please contact the church office at (570) 346-6400 to speak to Reverend Dr. Carol Fleming.
Children & Youth Education
Our children and youth continue in our study of the Beatitudes, learning how we are blessed to be a blessing.
Godly Play – Children age 4 through 2nd grade are excused to Godly Play after the Children’s Message during worship. Godly Play meets in the Sawtelle Auditorium with a time of creative play outdoors (weather permitting).
Kidz Club – grades 3 – 6 meets in the Covenant Room after the children’s message. More information will be available soon.
Teen Talk – grades 7 – 12 meets after the children’s message. More information will be available soon.
9:30 a.m. – Adult Class – On the Road with Jesus—Birth and Ministry. If you have been frustrated not being able to travel in this time of ‘social separation’, this series takes us to the Holy Land with Ben Witherington, III, to see where it all happened. This class will continue through the month of November.
6:30 p.m. – Monday School bible study using IMMERSE: The Reading Bible that is delving into God’s Story much as we would a great novel.
4:00 p.m. – Tuesday Tea Time in the Covenant Room is an opportunity to develop our prayer and devotional time. We will be reading through Sue Monk Kidd’s spiritual guide, When the Heart Waits. Participants are asked to order their own copies, paperback versions are available.
11:00 a.m. – Weekday Bible Study – Surprised by Hope, by new testament scholar N. T. Wright will help us to rethink Heaven, the Resurrection, and the Mission of the Church.
Covenant readers unite in a “good book club”. Let us know of your interest. Pastor Carol is willing to pick our first novel, and then it will be a group choice. Our November pick will be bestselling author Sue Monk Kidd’s newest novel The Book of Longings. Imagining Ana, who finds her voice and destiny, as the wife of Jesus, living in a time, place, and culture devised to silence her. Our first meeting will be held Dec. 1st at 7:00 P.M.
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