Worship begins at 10:30 AM on Sunday Morning.
We worship the Living and Ruling Triune God through music, prayer, Scripture reading, and the teaching of God's Word.
Our "liturgy" presents the Good News (Gospel) of God's grace.
Pastor Scott MacNaughton continues in his sermon series, "Good News for All the Nations: Romans"
Our committed and loving nursery workers are ready to care for your small children while you worship. You can be assured they are safe with us.
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Our team of Children's Church leaders encourage our children in their budding faith, presenting Jesus Christ, His Righteousness, and Love every Sunday during the Worship Service Sermon. Our children sing, discuss the Word of God, and share in fellowship together.
The Adult Sunday School will be studying "Go Forth and Die: Leadership in God's Kingdom." The study focuses on how we, as God's people, when in positions of influence on others' lives can provide biblical leadership.
Sunday School begins at 9:15 AM. Children of all ages are welcome to learn from God's Word from our committed and loving teachers. Whether learning through song, craft, or reading, our children are encouraged to drink of God's living water.
"Romans is the longest and most systematically reasoned of Paul’s letters." Pastor Scott MacNaughton shares how the Apostle Paul presents the Gospel - Good News - for all the people in this series of sermons started on September 11, 2022.
Jesus often spoke in parables . . . short stories that illustrated his teachings but also hid meanings from those whose who were closed to His Word. Pastor MacNaughton teaches this series during the summer of 2023.
Periodically, Covenant Presbyterian Church hosts guest preachers who share the Word of God with our congregation.
In Luke's sequel to his Gospel, he shows how the early church continued to introduce the Kingdom of God that Jesus initiated. Luke shows God's people how the Gospel is to be breathed into all of life.
When Jesus came in the flesh, humbling Himself in the incarnation, Gospel freedom erupted with the knowledge that we were truly free. This "Good News" - the Gospel - was promised long before.
The book of Psalms is the Bible's hymnal. Used by the church throughout all the ages for worship, Pastor MacNaughton gleans helpful truths for God's people in 21st Century from the ancient songbook.
Pastor MacNaughton preaches on the "wisdom literature" of the Old Testament beginning with the book of Proverbs.
Israel was without a king and "everyone did what was right in their own eyes." God, in His faithful love for His people, raised up leaders who would continually witness to that love and faithfulness.
"Vanity of vanities, says the Preacher, vanity of vanities!" The "preacher" of Ecclesiastes begins his book this way. Pastor MacNaughton delves into the depths of how the Gospel shapes our life in a world that "turns and turns."
Pastor Scott MacNaughton preaches on God's call to His people to live out "true religion" in this two-part series.
Pastor MacNaughton's sermon series on the Gospel of Mark - started in 2018.
Some of the sermons from a series on the Apostle John's Gospel.