Our mission is to be Christ's witnesses through discipleship and worship

We seek to carry out this mission through our vision of extending the knowledge and benefits of CHRIST to the people and places that God has given us.


  We are a church of people that are united in faith and anchored to the infallible Word of God, the Scriptures. 

The Scriptures are indeed our guide from God for faith and life. 

We seek to exalt Christ through the continuity of the Gospel in our worship, whole-heartedly seeking Spirit-filled prayer,

participating in a heart-felt worship and by living and breathing the Word in our everyday lives.

We are a church of various stages of life and different levels of spiritual growth.

We serve, pray, fellowship, worship, support and grow together.

The focus of our worship is God.

We are passionate to do what honors Him, in worship, study and daily life.

We believe God is at work transforming us into the image of Christ and changing lives.  

The unconditional love He has for us and ultimate sacrifice He made when

Jesus Christ died for the sins of the world.

No matter how difficult things get, He is steadfast.

We hope to be a light to our community and disciples to all nations.


beliefs

Almost 500 years ago there was a famous protest against the church at Rome, known today as the Protestant Reformation. These "protesters," men such as Martin Luther, Ulrich Zwingli, and John Calvin, were committed to the recovery of the historic apostolic faith. This is part of our history and we remain connected to this movement. Their convictions and confessions inform our faith and doctrine.


As part of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church (EPC), we adhere to:

Our doctrinal standards are explained in greater detail in the

HISTORY

Over forty years ago, a group of Spirit-seeking people, in order to adhere to a Reformed Theology, the Scriptures, and Presbyterian government, founded Covenant Presbyterian Church in 1973.

That group grew into who we are today: generations of people who are filled with the Spirit, looking to forward his kingdom to future generations.