Covenant Presbyterian Church - Charlotte, NC

WELCOME TO COVENANT

Covenant Presbyterian is a dynamic Christian community that gladly invites all people into a transformational experience of faith; boldly proclaims the gospel; bravely works toward a whole and just world; and passionately nurtures discipleship.

Get involved in racial justice initiatives

Blood drive is Sunday, June 7

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Connect during difficult times

Daily message from a minister

Lunches for Urban Ministry Center

Worship Online

Live Stream Sundays at 9:30 and 11 a.m.

About Covenant

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With our location in the Dilworth neighborhood on the edge of uptown, Covenant responds to the spiritual needs of people from many walks of life. Our steeple graces the skyline of Charlotte, reminding us and our neighbors we are loved by God and called to share that love. Our main entrance, open to all, bears the words, "To the Greater Glory of God.” It reminds us why we are here.

Covenant is a forward-thinking community with a culture of embracing innovation as we live out our mission. We have been blessed with consistent growth in worship, both in-person and online as we adapt to the realities of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our campus is home to three schools, a recreation center and a Fellowship Hall that hosts visiting groups.

That steeple, and more importantly, these people, now welcome neighbors from across our city, but we maintain a neighborhood intimacy and vibrant spirit the way we always have, inviting all people into our community of faith.


the Presbyterian Church

Click here to listen to Rev. Bob Henderson in conversation with Mark Peres, host of the podcast "On Life and Meaning."

Bob explains what makes a Presbyterian church a Presbyterian church. He identifies the core principles of Presbyterianism, including the priesthood of all believers, that God alone is lord of the conscious, and faith in public life.

He answers what it means to be a confessional church.

He discusses whether and how minority views are protected and honored in the Presbyterian church.

For more information about our denomination, visit the Presbyterian Church (USA).

contact us

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