Church of the Covenant Presbyterian Church

A Presbyterian (PCUSA) church in Macomb, MI
Church of the Covenant Presbyterian Church
Church of the Covenant Presbyterian Church
Church of the Covenant Presbyterian Church
Church of the Covenant Presbyterian Church

Plan Your Visit

Address
23401 23 Mile Rd
Macomb, MI 48042-4506

Phone
586-948-2440

Website

Directions
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Who We Are

Greetings from Church of the Covenant! We are a Presbyterian congregation unified in our commitment to glorify God through deepening our relationship with Him, sharing the good news of His salvation with others, and serving others as His Son served us in His life, death, and resurrection. For a small church, our age range is broad: we have very young children all the way up to members in their 80s! We have those who have been Christians most of their lives and some who are just coming to know who Jesus Christ is. No matter your background, your ethnicity, or your current place in life, there is a place for you to learn and grow and share in God's goodness at Church of the Covenant.

About Us

Vibe
Casual, Friendly, Multigenerational, Conservative

Programs
Community Service, Addiction/Recovery, Children's Ministry, Nursery, Adult Education, Food Pantry, Missions

Music
Contemporary, Passionate Reverent

Denomination
Presbyterian (PCUSA)

Networks

Size
Small

Language
English

Founded
1996

Contact

Address
23401 23 Mile Rd
Macomb, MI 48042-4506

Phone
586-948-2440

Website

Directions
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Our Services

What are services like?
Services are casual and are centered around the Word of God. We begin with prayer and contemporary music to center us in Christ and His Word, We hear the Scriptures read and proclaimed, experiencing God's Word. We then are sent into the world to spread God's Word through ancient and contemporary confessions of faith and through a "traditional" hymn in a contemporary style. Services last between 65-75 minutes and are followed by our fellowship hour -- and many people wind up talking with friends the whole hour!

What is the community like?
The church community is warm and friendly, desiring to bring people into relationship with Jesus Christ and growing as true disciples. We are outreach oriented, specifically through serving those in need with our Food Pantry and our Free Meal and a Movie nights, both of which have grown significantly in the past two years. As a small church with 40-50 people in worship each Sunday, we get to know one another pretty quickly and make close friendships. We host events for a lot of outside groups, including Euchre, local baseball teams, the local Montessori school, and we are a polling site. We desire to faithfully serve Christ in our service to the community.

What if I'm not a Christian?
Most people find our service is pretty inviting. You'll hear challenging messages that focused on helping you to know Jesus Christ and encouraging you to pursue a relationship with God of discipleship. Our Bible Study class (offered each Wednesday night at 7pm) alternates between deeper theological studies (such as diving into the parables of Jesus) and practical "how-to" classes (such as reaching out to your neighbors). If you're just curious, you'll find plenty of places to learn as well as serve. You can grow at your own pace; we believe a commitment to Christ is one of the whole person, including the mind, so our goal is to give you the full picture of what it means to have a life rooted and centered in Christ and allow you the space to respond to the grace of God you see.

Leadership

Jason  Huff

Jason Huff

Pastor Jason and his family are natives of Indianapolis, Indiana. Jason served as the Worship and Discipleship Director for CrossRoads at Westfield, a contemporary start-up in Fishers, Indiana, from 1999-2004. He then attended Asbury Theological Seminary for his Masters of Divinity degree. He was ordained and installed at Church of the Covenant in September 2008. He has a variety of missionary experiences, including a year's work in Rybinsk, Russia from 1995-1996. He attributes much of his initial spiritual growth to the faithful work of the staff of Southport Presbyterian Church in Southport, Indiana, where he first came to know Christ as Savior and Lord. His passion is helping build believers into faithful followers and disciples through contemporary music and through studying Scripture. Jason enjoys reading, film, and Japanese animation; one of his key interests is seeing where the gospel "turns up" in a variety of unusual and unexpected places within our culture. His family includes his wife Catha and their two children, Jackson and Cameron.

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