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Find Your Passion

and make an impact through our service opportunities

Our mission activities receive financial support and the gift of time, energy, and talent from the congregation which has had a positive impact on the lives of countless individuals.


Our Partners

New Opportunities for Romanian Orphan Children (NOROC) is a ministry to orphaned and neglected children in Tulcea County, Romania. We support NOROC through our outreach budget; members participate in mission trips and serve on the Board. Barbie Davis will be happy to talk to you about this wonderful mission opportunity.


Citizens Climate Lobby is a national organization that lobbies Congress and the Legislature to protect the Earth and combat climate change. The local chapter was founded by Covenant members and has educational events throughout the year. Watch the Courier or contact Ed George or Susan Gillette. 


West Texas Organizing Strategy The West Texas Organizing Strategy is a community of institutions engaged in advocacy for families. WTOS is based on personal relationships and helps people speak for themselves and work for change. Pastor Becky can give you more information.


Loaves & Fishes

Loaves and Fishes prepares healthful meals for shut-ins or anyone who needs a ready to eat meal. Meals are given to anyone in need, whether or not they are members of the church. Members usually meet to cook on one Saturday of the month. Check the Courier or talk to Barbie Davis. 

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Image by Bernard Hermant

Helping Hands

Helping Hands is ready to provide small repairs and home maintenance to assist members who need help. If you have a project for this group, please fill out a card found in a pew pocket in the sanctuary, or call the church office. If you wish to help, call the church office or talk to Fred Weber or Ted Kingsbery. 


Prayer Shawl

The Prayer Shawl ministry creates prayer shawls that are blessed during worship and given to those needing support. Talk to Julie Wyrick about participating in this much appreciated service. 

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