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Covenant Presbyterian Women (CPW)

All women of our church are automatically part of Covenant Presbyterian Women. Throughout the year they meet for luncheons at the church and in small groups called "Circles" at different times and places. You are encouraged to join an existing circle or start a new one!

Covenant Presbyterian Women’s Circles are currently meeting for fellowship and discussion of the Horizons Bible Study, “What My Grandmothers Taught Me: Learning from the Women in Matthew’s Genealogy of Jesus.

For more information about CPW circles and activities, contact Sandy St. Martin, CPW moderator with CPW/Sandy St. Martin, the Circle leader’s name or name of the person you wish to contact in the subject line.

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Would you like to know more about our circles?
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Covenant Men's Ministry

Men's Spirituality


“What is spirituality” and “how does spirituality play a part in our lives?” Discuss Brian McLaren's “Naked Spirituality: A Life With God,” beginning with Chapter 12. Join us!

Men's Breakfast

First Watch, Kingsdale Shopping Center

2nd Saturday each month

Food & fellowship.

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Would you like to know more about Covenant Men's Ministries?
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Stephen Ministry

Bear one another’s burdens. . . .

Yes, each of has their own load to bear, the challenges and sorrows of life that come to us all. Sometimes, though, our loads become burdens. A Stephen Minister offers unconditional love, an attentive and listening presence, a companion on the journey. Stephen Ministers receive over fifty hours of training. When assigned to a care receiver, the Stephen Minister meets with him or her for one a hour a week and prays regularly for that care receiver.

We are made to love one another, to help each other stand back up, to help one another find our path. Only God can heal us, but God has graciously given us the ability to share the love and hope of Christ. 

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If you would benefit from having a Stephen Minister spend an hour a week listing and offering support, please email us!
Contact Our Stephen Ministers
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Seeds of Hope Garden

SOH Garden provides organic, fresh vegetables to those in need. Volunteers meet at the garden during the growing season Sundays at 4pm, and Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8am to harvest, plant, weed, water, fertilize, and just get fingers into the soil and enjoy the spectacle of more than 20 different hardy, fruitful plants. The Garden was awarded a grant by the Scotts, Miracle‐Gro company to experiment with a movable row cover system. Flowers planted by the Covenant Circle headed by Louise Davidson attracts bees for pollination and are given to those who receive vegetables. We work with the leaders of Covenant’s SOS Food Pantry to provide fresh produce to those served by SOS. This mission project provides nearly ¾ of a ton of fresh produce to those in need each year and provides opportunities for Covenant and community members to learn new skills and make a difference in the lives of many.

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Would you like to help with the Seeds of Hope Garden? Let us know!
Contact Seeds of Hope Garden Ministry