Covenant Presbyterian Church - Charlotte, NC

Re-opening News and Information

“And now faith, hope, and love abide, these three; and the greatest of these is love.”

March 10, 2022

Dear Covenant Family,

After two years of waiting, the Re-Opening Task Force has moved Covenant’s campus to “mask-optional” effective immediately. This decision is campus wide and affects all areas of our church community.

For the foreseeable future, we will continue to monitor the daily infection rate and move back to a more restrictive masking approach should the infection rate increase above 5.5%. We will also continue to require all non-masked worship leaders to be fully vaccinated. Food Services and the Recreation Wing will go back to pre-COVID operations, with masks optional.

We continue to be grateful to the Covenant community for your patience and support as we have maneuvered our way through the pandemic. We look forward to seeing Covenant’s campus come alive as we celebrate this Lenten season.

All the best,
Deana Cooper, Chair
Tommy Lawson, Clerk of Session            
Sarah Crowder        
Katie Stewart
Bill McNairy

The current guidelines will remain in place until the rolling 7-day average of the overall test positivity rate is above 5.5.% in Mecklenburg County. The ReOpening Task Force continues to monitor the daily infection rate for changes.

  • Masks are now optional for all four worship services.
  • All non-masked worship leaders are required to be fully vaccinated.

  • Participants must show proof of being fully vaccinated

  • Overnight trips may occur if:
The 7-day average of the overall test positivity rate is 5.5% or less in Mecklenburg County. Trip leaders must have proof of participants being fully vaccinated.

ways to Support one another

Get in touch with a minister

As hospitals and retirement communities limit visitation, we ask that you call or write to us for special needs regarding pastoral care, illness and isolation. You can contact Katherine Kerr or any member of the pastoral staff.

Connect with a friend for the journey

Stephen Ministers are companions on your journey, even if it simply means talking on the phone after a tough day. Click here to learn more.

Pray for people in need

We're building a web of prayer that lifts up our friends, church family and those most vulnerable. Trust that someone in your Covenant family is lifting you up in prayer, too. Sign up here to commit to a specific time to pray.

Ask a volunteer to deliver groceries

A group of volunteers led by Todd Capitano is offering to deliver groceries and essential items for elderly people and those who are confined at home. Click here to contact Todd.