Covenant Presbyterian Church - Charlotte, NC

Congregational care

spiritual, emotional and physical health

Covenant nurtures good health through a ministry of wellness and care.
Our Congregational Care ministry offers programs several times throughout the year on topics related to physical, mental and spiritual well-being. 

Covenant's Congregational Care Ministries

Intercessory Prayer

Submit an intercessory prayer request, and be assured that Covenant ministers will handle it with compassion and confidentiality. Please include your name, e-mail address and/or phone number if you would like to be contacted by a minister.  

Stephen Ministry

Stephen Ministers are trained, listening friends who can bring the caring presence of the church to those experiencing difficult life situations, large or small. If you or someone you know might like to be paired with a Stephen Minister, contact Katherine Kerr.  
Click here for a PDF version of the Stephen Ministry informational brochure.  

Health & Wellness Committee

The Health and Wellness Committee offers activities and programs which support the optimization of health in mind, body and spirit. They offer four annual blood drives through the American Red Cross, flu shot clinics at the church in the fall and frequent programs related to wellness. 

Caregiver Support Group

Meets second Thursdays every month at 11 a.m. in the Parlor
Do you provide care for a spouse or loved one? Talk with peers about shared challenges in this supportive space.

Covenant Cares (Bereavement)

This ministry provides support to church members and their families at the time of death through cards, meals, hospitality supplies for the home, and support at memorial services and funerals.


If you, a member of your family, or a church friend are hospitalized, please contact the church office to let us know! Include the hospital, the room number, and the nature of the hospitalization if possible. If this is an emergency and after hours, call the church office and listen to the message to leave urgent information for the minister on call: 704.333.9071.

Home Visits

The pastoral staff, the parish nurse, and lay members of our visitation teams call on members of our congregation who are known to be chronically ill or otherwise unable to attend church. Home communion can be arranged, and telephone calls and visits are regularly scheduled for homebound members and those in nursing homes.

Covenant Crew

A group of volunteers work quarterly to help members with minor home repairs maintenance jobs.  Contact Katherine Kerr if you'd like to volunteer or need assistance.

Meet Katherine Kerr

Senior Associate Minister for Congregational Life and Pastoral Care

"My greatest joy in ministry is making connections with people in order to share God’s love and spread God’s word. Whether in worship, in conversation, or through serving together, it is our human connections that most profoundly show us how God is at work in our world."

Katherine came to Covenant from First Presbyterian Church of Charlotte, where she served as associate pastor for 11 years. Katherine is known to many at Covenant, having served as acting director of Mission and Outreach and director of Young Adults ministries in 2001-02.

Katherine and her spouse, Bill Kerr, live in Plaza Midwood with their daughter, Caroline, a student at Shamrock Gardens Elementary.

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