We believe that learning about our faith and growing together in it are necessary for flourishing in the Christian life. The goal of Christian learning is to form us into human beings who are fully swept up in the work God is doing in his world. Below are some ways we can grow and learn together at Covenant. To learn more or sign up, contact Pastor David Salsedo.
Covenant Life Class
This six-week introduction to Covenant focuses on what we care about and what we value most, starting with the Gospel. It’s great for those interested in membership, learning more about Covenant and exploring the Christian faith. This class is offered twice a year.
Story of Scripture
This six-week class is ordered around the central themes God has woven into Scripture and into each human life. Each week, we trace one theme through the Bible (such as home, presence, kingdom) and ask how it impacts us, our city and our world. This class meets on Sundays from 10:45 to noon in the Library of the Education Building, beginning February 10.
In our discipleship cohorts, participants will join a small handful of people for mentored reading and discussion around topics that are central to our faith, like mission, grace, prayer and worship. Cohorts generally meet for 6 to 8 sessions and start at various points throughout the year.
Small groups meet regularly to build meaningful relationships and live out Christian life together. They’re one of the most important ways of getting care and being connected at Covenant. You can learn additional information on the small group page.
Covenant also offers additional opportunities to grow and learn through classes. We offer a variety of 3-6 week classes on Sunday morning during the 10:45 service as well as an ongoing seminar series on the 4th Wednesday of every month. Check the calendar for upcoming education opportunities.