Open to any and all creative 1st-6th graders! The virtual summer arts camp will feature different themes each week throughout the month of August.
We are proud to bring you 30 minutes of music out side on the lawn Sunday afternoons through August at the Presbyterian Church of the Covenant.
On the 7th of each month, Church of the Covenant volunteers purchase food, prepare meals, pick up bananas, deliver and serve the meals to those in need.
* In-person worship is currently paused due to COVID-19. We are live streaming our worship service at 10am on Facebook. If you are on Facebook, please join us there!
We would love to see you at our Sunday morning worship!
Sunday Service Times: 10 am
Our community is still very active online! Each Sunday our worship service is posted online and our Facebook page is constantly being updated!
Our Annual Hymn Festival including favorite hymns selected by the Congregation!See More
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Pastor Kate Morgan wraps up our Sermon Series on the Book of Judges - "Messy People, Merciful God" P...See More
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The PCOC has a wide variety of community programs! Find the right one for you.
PCOC volunteers purchase food, prepare meals, pick up bananas, deliver and serve the meals to those in need.
Our flagship program is a free after-school program for grades K- 5 who attend Mount Pleasant Elementary School.
A free, fun summer program where kids can make connections through artistic expression.
We participate in a denomination-wide initiative addressing systematic racism. Matthew 25:31–46 calls all of us to actively engage in the world around us.
PCOC is one of many local organizations that assist the Bellevue Community Center and Hanover Presbyterian Food Pantry in providing food for their pantries.
We know that every child needs a quality preschool experience and make every effort to insure our program is affordable. Check out our preschool program.
At a time of extreme interreligious conflict, IVW works across faith lines to bring healing and wholeness to veterans and their families.
The Unglued Church Project utilizes a layered approach to assess and inform decisions about future direction for the congregation.
This fall season we will be discussing the book "White Fragility" in order to address systematic racism and ensure the lifelong happiness of our community members.
Interested in diving deeper into the teachings of the bible? Join our virtual bible study.