Engagement Ministry invites you to find your fit in ministry at Covenant.
Please take a minute to share with us some ideas of where you'd like to share your gifts and time using this quick-and-easy form.
If you'd like help discerning your gifts, please try our Spiritual Gifts Assessment. It takes about 6 minutes to complete and will offer insight into your God-given gifts and interests.
If you'd like to talk with someone about your gifts or interests, please contact Joan Watson, associate pastor for congregational life.
In the Church
We all have gifts to share in our life in faith together. It's important for each of us to play a part at Covenant, and we want everyone to find a fit.
If you're not sure what you might like, try our gifts survey to help identify areas of ministry that you may enjoy. You can complete an easy interest form here or contact someone about any of the opportunities listed below.
If your calling lies in service to the community or to our nation and world, please see the opportunities in those areas.
Help shape the faith of children and youth by offering leadership on Sunday mornings or evenings. Materials and support are provided by ministry leaders in these areas.
Welcome visitors and members to our Recreation Wing. Volunteers may serve an hour or two at a time convenient to them.
Be part of a team that offers a ride to worship to people unable to drive or drives the church van for trips (youth, TLC) or to pick up and drop off neighbors who stay with us through Room in the Inn during the winter months.
Assist in worship by helping video stream and record the Sunday morning services. Many people participate in our services each week through live-streaming or a recording that is taken to Sharon Towers for residents. Your gifts can help make it possible for them to join us in worship.
Ushers - A welcoming smile and greeting starts Sunday off right for everyone coming to worship. Usher teams distribute bulletins and assist in seating the congregation and collect of the offering at services each week.
Each quarter, elders offer home communion to allow homebound members an opportunity to celebrate the sacrament we enjoy in worship. This extension of the feast is a reminder of God's love and grace and keeps people connected to our community of faith.
Covenant Presbyterian has more than 100 college students enrolled in colleges and universities around the country. This committee acts as a liaison to our college students who may be away at school or here in Charlotte. College Council is responsible for communication to students about events at Covenant.
Covenant Crew will be available to make small home repairs for homebound and disabled members on Saturday, Dec. 5. Typical jobs that the Crew tackles include difficult to reach light bulbs, replacing smoke detector batteries or flipping mattresses. Please contact Mary Mattiacci if you have a project for us.
Weekday Lunch (Tuesday-Thursday, 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.)
Most weeks, we offer a nutritious and delicious lunch in our Fellowship Hall. Bring a friend or work colleague to enjoy good food and fellowship – open to all.
Lunch includes soup, salad bar, entree, side, dessert and drink for $7.