Ehud, the left-handed dagger man. Debora, the warrior judge. Joel, the head crusher. Gideon, the mighty man of valor. Samson, the strong man. This fall Pastor Steven begins preaching through the Book of Judges which features these and many more characters. Join us each Sunday at 5 PM as we study this fascinating book.
We are taking a break from Sunday School this summer. There will still be fellowship/refreshment time after our morning worship service and monthly fellowship meals. Please join us!
This Spring we are learning how to understand Old Covenant songs (Book of Psalms) through New Covenant eyes. How can we as Christians sing about offering sacrifices, going to Jerusalem, and cursing the enemies of Israel? Join us Sunday mornings following the worship service in a class that will help open up all of the Old Testament as God’s Word to us.
Covenant will hold its annual Christmas Eve Service of Lessons and Carols on Saturday, December 24th, at 6 PM. Please join us for this time of Scripture readings, carol singing, and a meditation to prepare us to celebrate the incarnation of our Savior!
At our Congregational Meeting in January, we elected three new officers. On February 13th, we ordained two of these men to office: Tom Vos as deacon and Keith Posey as elder. Bob Reed, who was previously ordained, was also elected as deacon. We are grateful to God for the men He is raising up for leadership in our congregation..
Beginning February 7th, Pastor Steven will begin a new Evening Teaching Series through the Book of Acts. Join us Sundays at 5 PM as we explore the earliest days of the Christian Church and learn lessons for the Church today.
Beginning November 15th, we welcome Dr. Ken Campbell as guest teacher for an evening series entitled, “The True Christmas Story.” Based on his book of the same name, Dr. Campbell will lead us into fresh insights about the people, places, and events surrounding the birth of Christ. A native of Scotland, Dr. Campbell has earned degrees from Westminster Theological Seminary, and the Universities of Aberdeen, London, and Manchester. He has served as a pastor in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church and as professor of Biblical Studies at Belhaven College. Please join us Sundays at 5 PM for this series!
Beginning in February, Pastor Wright will be preaching a topical series on the attributes of God during our Sunday Evening services. Topics covered will include God’s sovereignty, creativity, immutability, and many more. Join us at 5 PM on Sundays for evening worship.
Please note the following additions and changes to our schedule for the holiday season:
Sunday, Dec. 1st.: Morning Worship, 9:30 AM; No Sunday School or Evening Service
Thursday, Dec. 5th: Ladies’ Sweet and Salty Evening, 6:30 PM (at Davises’)
Saturday, Dec. 7th: Men’s Breakfast Study, 7:30 AM
Saturday, Dec. 14th: Rolling Acres Ministry Christmas Party, 5:30-7:30 PM
Sunday, Dec. 15th: Morning Worship, 9:30 AM; Senior Adult Christmas Presentation during Sunday School Hour; Fellowship Meal; No Evening Service
Sunday, Dec. 22nd: Morning Worship, 9:30 AM; No Sunday School or Evening Service
Tuesday, Dec. 24th: Christmas Eve Service, 6 PM
Sunday, Dec. 29th: Morning Worship, 9:30 AM; No Sunday School or Evening Service
Reformation Conference 2019
Guest Speaker & Musician: Kemper Crabb
Theme: “The Reformation and the Arts”
4 PM: Chili fellowship meal at the Muirs’
9:30 AM: Worship Service (Kemper Crabb preaching)
10:45 AM: Fellowship Time (Fellowship Hall)
11:15 AM: Sunday School: Kemper Crabb speaking (Sanctuary)
12 Noon: Catered Fellowship Meal (Fellowship Hall)
5 PM: Kemper Crabb in Concert
Born in south Texas, Kemper Crabb has been an active Christian musician since his college days in the 70’s. In 1980, his group ArkAngel released Warrior which is considered a classic Tolkien-influenced art-rock album. His solo 1982 release The Vigil reflected a blend of Medieval and Celtic themes. He has recorded two Christmas albums (A Medieval Christmas, 1996; Downe in Yon Forrest, 2009). The latter is the soundtrack of a Christmas concert broadcast by PBS. His 2016 book, Liberation Front: Resurrecting the Church, calls the church to recover its world-changing vision as a colony of heaven on earth. Rooted in Reformed theology and ordained in the Communion of Evangelical Episcopal Churches, Kemper has served for many years in pastoral and teaching ministries.