A Note From Our Pastors

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Christianity is all about transformation as it calls us to new life in Jesus. It asks us to claim who we are and decide what is most important to us.  February 2 is Groundhog Day, a day when local dignitaries will gather at dawn on Gobbler’s Knob in Pennsylvania, to receive......Read More.

This first Sunday is Epiphany, the day we celebrate the arrival of the Wise Men from the East who came to find the newly-born king of Israel, whose star they had seen at its rising. The Wise Men had such a profound experience, they changed their plans and did not......Read More.

December and January mark the start of something new. December 2 is the first day of Advent and a new year on the Christian calendar. January 1 marks the secular New Year’s Day celebration. Both days signal the beginning of something new. Indeed, God said, “See I am about to......Read More.

This time of year is exciting when we have little children. We want to make each moment as magical as we can and we want to be sure that our children form memories that will last a lifetime. We certainly don't want them to experience disappointment. As much as we......Read More.

Greetings, Covenant Church Community! This Sunday marks the beginning of the church year, Advent. Partly, I feel like we should already be halfway into December, and the other part wonders how we are even in December at all! This Sunday we are starting our Advent......Read More.

In this parable, there is a "young lawyer" who is seeking to test Jesus by asking him what he must do in order to achieve or receive eternal life.  Jesus, like he often does, responds to a question with a question.  "What does the law say?"  The man gives his......Read More.