• Jake McCall

    senior pastor

    Jake was called to Covenant in February of 2015. Prior to coming to Covenant, Jake was the Pastor of Grace Fellowship Church (PCA) in Clanton, AL. Originally from Monroeville, Alabama, he graduated from Auburn University. He received his Master of Divinity from Birmingham Theological Seminary and is currently working on a Doctor of Ministry from Covenant Theological Seminary. Jake is married to Alana and they have four children: Ellianna, Samuel Jake, Elisa Joy, and Seth.

    To learn more about Jake, click HERE.  

    To contact Jake, click HERE.


    shepherding & teaching pastor

    To learn more about Pastor Dennis, click HERE.

    To contact Pastor Dennis, click HERE.

  • Billy Archie

    DIRECTOR of Ministries

    To learn about Billy, click HERE.

    To contact Billy, click HERE.

  • Darren Huntting

    Director of Music

    To learn more about Darren, click HERE.

    To contact Darren, click HERE.

  • Jacob Rice

    student ministries director

    To learn about Jacob, click HERE.

    To contact Jacob, click HERE.

  • Lisa ygual

    Children's Ministry director

    To learn about Lisa, click HERE.

    To contact Lisa, click HERE.

  • Martha Martin

    Office Administrator

    To learn about Martha, click HERE.

    To contact Martha, click HERE.

  • Tricia Davies


    To learn about Tricia, click HERE.

    To contact Tricia, click HERE.



    To learn about Caitlin, click HERE.

    To contact Caitlin, click HERE.


    Kids Connect Director & NURSERY COORDINATOR

    To learn about Gina, click HERE.

    To contact Gina, click HERE.

  • James kuhn

    TECH director

    To learn about James, click HERE.

    To contact James, click HERE.

church officers

Our Church Officers help strengthen the spiritual and physical needs of the church.


Our congregation is served and led by "presbyters" or elders, who are elected by the local congregation

to discern and represent the mind of Christ for the Church.

There are two kinds of elders: teaching elders or pastors, and ruling elders or ordained laymen.

Together, the elders make up the Session. The Session oversees the faith and life of the local church.

The qualifications for elders are found in 1 Timothy 3:1-17.

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The office of deacon (deaconess) is one of compassion and service. The book of Acts is seen as the “birth” of the diaonate. As the church grows and pressing daily needs threaten to overwhelm the leadership, deacons are chosen to address the daily needs of believers. Particular responsibilities include caring for the needs of members in joy and sorrow, overseeing church finances and organizing the church budget, as well as maintaining and repairing the church building and grounds that the worship of God might continue without interruption.

The qualifications for deacons are found in 1 Timothy 3:8-12