Our regular Sunday School schedule has been suspended until January 2021.

In lieu of our regular Sunday School schedule, we have expanded our Midweek schedule to be spread out over Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. This allows us to more effectively practice social distancing by limiting facility use only to large areas and to allow time to properly disinfect after each use for your safety.

 




 

Our regular Sunday School schedule should resume as listed below in January 2021.

 

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  • NEWBORN TO 36 MONTHS: Led by Crystal Middleton | Nursery

Our children's nursery, located on the main floor at the end of the lobby hall, offers a safe and playful place for our precious CPC children. Monitored by both CPC member volunteers and paid, CPR and first aid trained workers, our Nursery is secured by an electronic check-in system and single entrance/exit.  

Teaches the First Catechism, as well as, Bible stories to our preschool and young elementary-school-aged children.

Teaches the First Catechism, as well as, Bible stories to our preschool and young elementary-school-aged children.

Seeks to develop a deeper understanding of our Reformed Christian heritage. Using the Westminster Shorter Catechism, as well as, Bible text, children are challenged in many fun ways to engage the truths of our Tri-Personal God.

 

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Lessons are taken from the denominational curriculum which is geared toward meeting the hearts of youth in their current situations.

Lessons are taken from the denominational curriculum which is geared toward meeting the hearts of youth in their current situations.

Our students are challenged with the study of Scripture and its application. Grades 9-10 meet together and grades 11-12 meet together.

 

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An overview of Covenant Presbyterian Church, as well as the Presbyterian Church in America, designed for visitors and those considering membership. Attendance at a majority of a semester's classes is required before meeting with the Session regarding membership.

Click here for more information on Membership.

"What It Means To Be..."

A study on the Psalms

Survey of the New Testament

 A study on the book of Deuteronomy

Church History: The Reformation Church

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