Some News and Articles About the Things Going on at Covenant

"Everything He Needed to Know He Learned at Covenant"



Rev. Russell Atkinson, Son of Covenant, returned to the pulpit.

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Chalice is a Copy of One From the St. George's Church Museum



The chalice given in memory of Frederick William Schwarz in 1975 is a copy of one at Old St. George's in Philadelphia.

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Covenant's Longest Tenured Pastor Returns to the Pulpit



Rev. Bob Mongold returned to the pulpit. We need to relearn again the teachings of Jesus and to live and share them with passion.

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Covenant Youth: November Calendar



Covenant Youth November Calendar

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Covenant's Very Own Mystery



This chalice of uncertain origin was used for Communion in September and October.

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Help Build Hope 2022: We Nailed It!



Last Saturday, Covenant and Lima UMC partnered for the first time to Help Build Hope. More than one hundred volunteers from Covenant, Lima, and other community organizations all came together in Lima's parking lot at 8:00 am to take part in something amazing.

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The Greatest of These is Love - Covenant Celebrates 100 Years of Weddings



A video of wedding photographs was created as part of Covenant's Anniversary Year.

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Covenant Couples Renew Their Commitments



A celebration of marriage, commitment and vow renewal was held on September 18 in the Sanctuary. Couples took the opportunity to renew their vows surrounded by friends and family.

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We’re Getting Ready for ASP 2023



We’re getting ready for ASP 2023. Join us and change someone’s life. And you might just change your own.

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Covenant Welcomes Rev. Diana Esposito



On August 24, Covenant welcomed Deacon Diana Esposito. Diana's primary responsibilities are ministries to families, children and youth, and community outreach.

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Rev. Haydn McLean, Son of Covenant, Remembers Sermons, Youth Choir and MAD Magazines



Haydn McLean grew up at Covenant and went on to serve churches in the Eastern Pennsylvania Conference as well as several hospital chaplancies. He retired as chaplain of Hershey Medical Center.

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Rev. Michael Roney Remembers Covenant as Traditional and Innovative



Rev. Roney (Associate Pastor from 1972-1977) remembers Covenant as a learning experience for a young pastor where the innovative met the traditional.

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Covenant Supports the People of Ukraine



Support for Ukraine is shown in Sanctuary decorations, prayers and financial support through the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR).

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Covenant's History Continues: The Third 25 Years



1972-1997 was a time of great activity and intense involvement in missions and ministries to support children, alleviate hunger, and address homelessness in our local community, in the nation, and around the world.

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Rev. Mark Young Returns to Covenant and His Hometown



Rev. Mark Young, who served Covenant from 2009 to 2012, gave the message on July 31. He grew up in Springfield and commented on the changes.

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Update from ASP: Ways You Can Serve Families Affected by the Floods Right Now!



More than 2500 homes have been damaged or destroyed by the flooding in Central Appalachia. Please read this update from ASP's President and CEO, Walter Crouch.

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Message from ASP: Unprecedented flooding has devastated parts of our service area: You can HELP!



The recent flooding in Central Appalachia has devastated areas of Breathitt County, Kentucky where our team served in early July.  Neighboring counties in Kentucky, Virginia, and West Virginia were also affected. Please read this message from ASP's President and CEO, Walter Crouch.

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ASP Sunday: Reflecting on 41 Years of Service & Dedication of ASP Hall



As part of Covenant's ongoing 100th anniversary celebration, on Sunday during the ASP Service we were honored to have past and present volunteers from the Covenant Appalachia Service Project (ASP) team offer reflections on ASP, followed by the dedication of ASP Hall.

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Rev. Doyne Sumner Remembers Covenant as His "Alma Mater"



God has called several sons and daughters of Covenant into pastoral ministry. As part of the Anniversary Celebration, we've invited them to reflect on what Covenant has meant to them during their Spiritual Journey.

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Rev. Janice Puliti Recalls the Faith Formation and Christian Fellowship that Supported Her Call to Ministry



Janice Puliti felt called to the ministry during an Ash Wednesday service at Covenant. She reflects on the ministers and friends at Covenant who encouraged her to answer the Call, and the activities that led her there.

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

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