WORSHIP AT COVENANT
“Therefore, since we are receiving a kingdom that cannot be shaken, let us give thanks, by which we offer to God an acceptable worship with reverence and awe.” Hebrews 12:28
We believe that the central point of any church’s life must be the worship of God by His people. These are the moments in which we are led before the throne of God’s grace to ascribe to Him the praise, honor, and glory that He, and He alone, is worthy to receive. Indeed, the great end of our existence is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever. Worship is the primary means by which we accomplish that goal.
Please Join us in Worship
Sunday Morning at 10:00 a.m.
Please join us at our church facility on McGregor Boulevard. Covenant’s service is held at 10:00 a.m. and includes a rich blend of praise, prayers, hymns, anthems, choruses, children’s messages, sacraments, and sermons – all of which are designed to flow into a single thread and theme for the day.
Special Worship Services
- Ash Wednesday service
- Holy Week services, including Maundy Thursday and Good Friday services
- Advent service (Hanging of the Greens)
- Christmas Eve services
Sermon Audio and Video
If you are unable to attend worship, you may be put on a mailing list to receive the sermon on CD. For a nominal cost to cover materials and postage, we will mail you a CD of the sermon each week. Please call the church office at 239-334-8937 for more information. Additionally, sermon video/audio is available on our website. Just click on the link below!
Prayer concerns are listed in the Sunday bulletin. See the bulletin link on our NEWS page.
The email prayer chain is comprised of members and affiliates of Covenant who pray for those in need. When you call the church office with a request, we alert the email prayer chain. If you would like to make a prayer request, please fill out a purple prayer card located in the pew racks and drop the card in the offering plate. Or call the office at 239-334-8937 and leave the request with our receptionist.
Prayer Gram Ministry
If you would like to have a prayer gram (a note of encouragement) mailed to someone in need of prayer, please fill out a purple prayer card located in the pew racks and drop the card in the offering plate. Or phone the office at 239-334-8937 and leave the request and the person’s name/address with our receptionist. Our prayer volunteers will pray for the person in need and will mail an encouraging note to him or her. Unless you specify that the request is confidential, we’ll include the person on our email prayer chain (see above).
Thank you to Ellen Sheppard who created some of the beautiful banners for our sanctuary during the Advent season! We also honor Catherine Faulkner (deceased) who designed many of the previous banners.