Covenant United Methodist Church

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Covenant Caller

May 1, 2017

A few weeks ago, as the first service was ending and people were saying their hellos and goodbyes at the door to Wesley Hall, I was handed a prayer card.  The card had obviously been filled out by a young child.  Under the “Joys and Thanksgivings” section the child had written, “I love you God.”  Well, actually it read, “I love you Gob,” but I assumed the “d” was written backwards as children sometimes do.  There we also names written under the “Concerns” section and the child included their name along with the name of a sibling.

At the second service, two children listened to the words of our opening hymn and took them seriously.  The hymn was Lord of the Dance and the children danced.  In that same service I began the children’s moment by asking, “How do we send a message to Jesus?”  Without hesitation the answer came, “Pray.”  Well, I guess I didn’t need to teach that message to the kids!

Sunday, June 25


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.