OMAHA, NE (June 3, 2010) – A group of freed Indian slaves, who face eviction from land on which they have been living, soon may have a place to go thanks to the generosity of people responding to an email by a member of First Covenant Church who recently became aware of the situation.
OAKLAND, CA (June 3, 2010) – A homeless man who has occasionally attended Convergence, a fairly new Evangelical Covenant Church, was the one who broached an idea that ultimately led to 500 people participating in the congregation’s “A Day in the Park” community outreach project.
OTTAWA, ONTARIO (June 2, 2010) – Five teenagers representing Evangelical Covenant Churches in Canada (ECCC) recently traveled here to learn from members of Parliament, journalists and religious leaders about effective advocacy on behalf of issues of compassion, mercy, and justice.
NEW YORK, NY (June 1, 2010) – Max Anderson says the lessons instilled in him while attending an Evangelical Covenant Church and camp laid the moral foundation for him to create the MBA Oath, a document – and most recently a book – that is garnering international attention.
LANYON, IA (May 28, 2010) – It was an unusual Pentecost Sunday at Lanyon Covenant Church when the traditional text for the day was read in 16 languages. Following are additional photos from that special day.
LANYON, IA (May 28, 2010) – It was a beautiful cacophonous sound on Pentecost Sunday at Lanyon Covenant Church when the traditional text for the day was read in 16 languages – all at the same time – in this congregation that has an average worship service attendance of 70.