By Stan Friedman CHICAGO, IL (May 23, 2014) — Many Covenanters routinely share links to social media articles and videos with one another that Covenant News Service believes may be of interest to others.
Gordon-Conwell Honors Covenanters for Community Service BOSTON, MA (May 12, 2014) — The Gordon-Conwell Center for Urban Ministerial Education awarded its annual Making a Difference Award for Christian Service to five lay members of Covenant Congregational Church of Boston for […]
By Stan Friedman GAMBELA, ETHIOPIA (MAY 12, 2014) — Amid the cycle of hopes for peace repeatedly raised and dashed in South Sudan, the Evangelical Covenant Church of South Sudan continues to expand its ministry to refugees while temporarily operating […]
By Kara Stromberg Brooklyn Park, MN (May 9, 2014) — Nearly 200 children and family members from throughout the Northwest Conference converged on Redeemer Covenant Church in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, recent for NWC Family Go: Serve, a day of service […]
By Stan Friedman CHICAGO, IL (April 25, 2014) – The widow of Dr. Jerry Umanos, a Covenant pediatrician who was one of three Americans slain by a member of the Afghan security force in Kabul on Thursday, said she and […]
VALPARAISO, CHILE (April 13, 2014) — The small congregation of Calama Covenant Church is delivering food, clothing, and other supplies to several families forced out of their homes by a raging fire that has killed at least 11 people, destroyed […]
By Stan Friedman NEW YORK, NY (March 12, 2014) – Jose Humphreys, pastor of Metro Hope Covenant Church, was walking his dog this morning when he heard and felt the explosion in East Harlem that brought down a pair of […]
How nonprofits are giving churches greater access to their communities On any given Sunday fewer than fifty people attend Monroe Covenant Church in the rural community of Monroe, Washington – yet the congregation serves a hot meal to 150 people […]
By Stan Friedman HARCOURT, IA (October 11, 2013) – United Evangelical Covenant Church celebrated their 125th anniversary on Saturday by breaking ground for a building that will accommodate three times the number of people who currently attend.