Covenant United Methodist Church

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Help us tackle hunger in Delaware County • It's the Souper Bowl!

Financial Peace University is coming to Covenant UMC!
Our 9-week session will start on January 25th.

Check out our adult education opportunities.  You might be surprised!

There's a seat here with your name on it.
We just don't know which one.  Stop by Sunday. We'll figure it out.

Covenant Caller

January 1, 2018

So if anyone is in Christ, there is a new creation: everything old has passed away;
see, everything has become new!

2 Corinthians 5:17

As we begin a new year, it’s natural to think about New Year’s resolutions, new starts, and putting our past behind us. For some there is a desire to drop a few pounds, for others the goal is a new job, and maybe for all of us a closer walk with the Lord. What are your goals and how do you plan to accomplish them?

When I think about the opportunities a new year brings, I am reminded of a fresh blanket of snow. The snow changes the look of the landscape: unsightly leaves left on the lawn disappear, there is no litter to be seen in the street, the tree branches are coated in white, and everything takes on a crisp clean look. It’s picture perfect!

Sunday, February 25


Thursday, March 1

Our Mission Statement

The purpose of Covenant United Methodist Church is to be a vital and inclusive Christian community of faith that reaches out through the love of Jesus Christ to make disciples of all people through ministries of service, learning, and worship.

Sunday Spotlight

This Sunday

Please join us for worship on Sunday at 8:15 or 10:45 am and adult or children's Sunday school at 9:15 am.

Loaves & Fishes Collection

Suggested collection items:

These items are always needed at the Food Pantry:
peanut butter, 100% juice, jelly (plastic jars), applesauce (plastic jars), spaghetti sauce (cans)

Collection boxes are located in the Kingswood Building vestibule and in the alcove between Wesley Hall and the Sanctuary.