The RYM Conference for High School students is July 11-16, 2022 at Laguna Beach Christian Retreat Center in Panama City Beach, FL. This year's speaker is Rev. Brian Sorgenfrei and the theme will be "All Things New". 

Register online between now and May 24. Register before May 7 to receive the Early Bird discount.

Visit the General Information page to find out more information about the RYM High School Summer conference, including the keynote speaker and other details. You can also check out the sample schedule for an idea of a typical week at RYM.

Pricing for the RYM Conference

  • Early bird registration - $375 (early bird discount ends May 6)
  • Regular registration - $400 (May 7–24)
  • The deadline to register is May 24. $100 NON-REFUNDABLE deposit is due upon registration. If you register by May 6, you will receive an early bird discount ($375). This will confirm your teen’s spot on the trip. 

**We will be hosting a church-wide bake sale later in the Spring to raise money from this event to offer scholarships for our summer camps. Please email Ryan Hamilton if you can help with the bake sale.


  • Swimming (multiple pools & open ocean), Gaga Ball, Spike Ball, Basketball, Volleyball, Ping Pong, Kan Jam, Sand Soccer, Card Games, Paddle Boarding/Kayaking


RYM RELEASE FORM - Parents, after registering, please fill out the RYM release form. This form is required for all students attending the RYM Conference. 


The Edge Conference for Middle School Students (currently in grades 6-8) is June 25-29. Register online between now and April 27. Register before April 4 to receive the Early Bird discount.

Be sure to visit the Edge Conference details page for information about the keynote speaker, worship leader, and other details, and you can visit the Edge F.A.Q. page for more info on sleeping arrangements, what a typical day at camp looks like, etc.

Parents, also please know that Tuesday, June 28 of camp is an activity day where the Edge offers off-campus activities. Although it isn’t confirmed yet, we are hoping to go white water rafting as a group on the Hiwassee River located in the Cherokee National Forest.


EDGE RELEASE FORM - Parents, after registering, please download and fill-out the Edge release form, which will need to be given to Ryan when completed. This form is required for all students attending the Edge Conference. 



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The 2020 Fall Midweek semester will have 14 weeks from the week of August 24 to the week of December 10. There will be two breaks on the week of October 25 for Reformation Celebration and on the week of November 22 for Thanksgiving. We hope you will take opportunity to join in one (or maybe two) of the class offerings for this Fall Midweek semester. If you have any additional questions that are not covered in the listing of the classes below, please contact the church office.


6:15 p.m. - Children's Choirs (E-102 & E-104)

The younger children will meet in room E-102 and the older children will meet in room E-104.

6:15 p.m. - Youth Fellowship (Front Lawn and/or O-210)

This is a great time for students to connect and interact with other youth and leaders before going to small groups at 7 p.m.

6:30 p.m. - Connect Groups

Several Connect groups are meeting at the church on Wednesday evenings. If you would like to plug into a Connect group, you may sign-up on the Connect page of our website.

6:30 p.m. - Men's Ironman Prayer (O-207- Led by Jay Fowler and Dee Hobbs

Men, join us each Wednesday evening for prayer from 6:30-6:55 in room O-207. We will intercede for one another, for our families, and for our church.   

7:00 p.m. - Children's Classes (E-201 – E212)

Three & four-year-olds will use Pioneer Club Skipper Program Hearing About God where they will learn about God’s gifts of weather, food, church, Jesus, family, and more. They may enjoy music, prayer time, Scripture memory, crafts, games, and activities related to Bible lessons.

Kindergarten through fifth graders will use Pioneer Club Delta Program Knowing God’s Love to learn about God’s love for us, and how His love is manifested in our lives and relationships. Children may participate in large group lessons and/or small group discussions, as well as music, prayer, Scripture memory, crafts, games, and activities related to Bible lessons.

7:00 p.m. - Choir (Sanctuary) 

Sanctuary choir is a wonderful way to praise God and lead in worship. No audition or experience is required. 

7:00 p.m. - How Sermons Work (Room E-104A) - Led by John Jones

We listen to sermons, and discuss sermons, here at Covenant. Do we do it well? In seven weeks we’ll lift the hood on the sermon and learn how it works. People join and leave churches based on the sermon, yet I rarely meet a person who listens to a sermon the way a preacher does. Like touring a botanical garden with a botanist, you’ll learn how to engage with and critique a sermon in a meaningful way, and together we’ll generate a culture in our church of skilled sermon listening and discussion. Download the Syllabus for this class.

7:00 p.m. - Men's Ironman Study (Room O-207) - Led by Jay Fowler and Dee Hobbs

Men are invited to work together through a book by PCA Pastor, Dr. Gary Yagel, entitled Got Your Back.  This book will show us Biblical examples of how men can forge the bonds of brotherhood that we need and desire to live a Christ-honoring life. Books are provided by the Men's Ministry.

7:00 p.m. - Mother's Encouragement Group (Room E-106) - Led by Rebekah Bennett (Every fourth Wednesday)

A time for women to come together, pray, and encourage one another. We will meet in room E-111 on the second Tuesday at 10 a.m. and in room E-106 on the fourth Wednesday night of every month.

7:00 p.m. - Prayer Group (Zoom)

Join us for a time of prayer each week as we intercede for the various needs of our church body and individual members. You may join this prayer time via Zoom. Please contact Ruth Fox at .

7:00 p.m. - Youth Small Groups (Youth Room/Various Breakout Rooms) - Ryan Hamilton, Heather Morrison, & Youth Leaders

This spring we are focusing on Small Groups for relationships building. We will be using What's Up and We Saved You a Seat as a discussion starter for Middle School students and small groups will meet in rooms O-204 and O-205. High School students will be using The Gospel-Centered Life for Teens and The Gospel-Centered Community as a discussion starters and small groups will meet in rooms O-202, O-206, and O-210.




A new study of the book of Romans by Dr. Lamar Allen.

romans study - by Dr. Lamar Allen
Romans Lesson 1
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Romans Lesson 2
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Romans Lesson 3
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Romans Lesson 4
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Romans Lesson 5
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Romans Lesson 6
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Romans Lesson 7
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Romans Lesson 8
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Romans Lesson 9
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Romans Lesson 10
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Romans Lesson 11
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A six-lesson series on the book of James by Dr. Lamar Allen.

james study - by Dr. Lamar Allen
James Lesson 1
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James Lesson 2
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James Lesson 3
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James Lesson 4
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James Lesson 5
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James Lesson 6

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