CHICAGO, IL (May 20, 2010) – A search is under way for a new president of Covenant Trust Company to replace Charles Walles, who will retire at the end of this year after nearly two decades of service, the last nine as president.
CHIANG MAI, THAILAND (May 19, 2010) – Evangelical Covenant Church (ECC) missionaries serving in Thailand emphasized in emails this morning that they feel “quite safe” despite violence that broke out during the day in cities where they are serving.
CHICAGO, IL (May 18, 2010) – Hospitals across the country are looking to the lead of Swedish Covenant Hospital (SCH), which recently began using new radiology and surgical equipment that greatly improves patient care.
BANGKOK, THAILAND (May 18, 2010) – Evangelical Covenant Church missionaries are safe and far removed the turmoil occurring in parts of the capital city, says Byron Amundsen, Department of World Mission director of administration and finance.
CHICAGO, IL (May 17, 2010) – Advocacy for Victims of Abuse (AVA) is looking for individuals to participate in the Clothesline Project – designed to aid in “Bearing Witness to Violence Against Women” – which will be displayed July 22-25 during Triennial XIII in Washington, D.C.
STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN (May 14, 2010) – Facing ministry challenges of the future is an overarching theme of the Annual Meeting of the Mission Covenant Church of Sweden currently under way in Stockholm.
BATAVIA, IL (May 14, 2010) – Residents at Michealsen Health Center, the skilled-nursing facility at The Holmstad, a Covenant Retirement Community, think it is a great place to live, according to a nationwide survey that sought opinions of nursing home residents about their communities.
CALGARY, AB (May 13, 2010) – The new constitution ratified by delegates to the Evangelical Covenant Church of Canada Annual Meeting will allow the conference to hold future gatherings simultaneously in different sites.
CHICAGO, IL (May 13, 2010) – Covenant World Relief (CWR) has sent emergency relief funds to help villagers in Southern Sudan who survived a deadly attack that claimed the lives of more than 100 people, including members of the Evangelical Covenant Church of Sudan (ECCS).