Worship

St. Augustine, who appears in one of our stained-glass windows, says of God, “You have made us for yourself, and our hearts are restless until they rest in you.” Worship is a basic response to God, an expression of who we are as human beings. Gathering for worship on Sunday mornings in remembrance of the resurrection of Jesus is the central activity of the church.

At Covenant Church, We have services Sundays at 8:15 and 10:45. Both services have traditional music from the hymnal, while the 10:45 service features the chancel choir, the bell choir, and the children's choir on various Sundays throughout the year. The second service has a more formal feel than our first service, but people come to both services in a variety of dress from informal to formal.   

All are invited to come as they are to worship God to seek forgiveness and to receive assurance of God's love. On the first Sunday of the month, both celebrate communion.  In the United Methodist Tradition, we use bread (with gluten-free as an option) and grape juice.  Also in the United Methodist Tradition, the communion table is open to all who seek to be in a relationship with Jesus Christ.

Other times throughout the year, or at key moments of human life, worship focuses our attention on God’s ongoing, gracious involvement in the world that makes life holy. We invite you to worship with us.Special services of music are presented during Advent and Lent. Childcare is provided on Sunday mornings beginning at 9:00 a.m. Covenant also celebrates significant life events, including marriage & baptism.