Make a Pledge for 2019

Make a Pledge for 2019

Your commitment enables our ministries to have the broadest possible impact.

In the Community

Our local outreach ministries aim to connect people's gifts and passions with service to our neighbors, building caring and nurturing relationships with people struggling with poverty, homelessness or hunger.

How would you like to share your gifts? Here are several of the ministries and partners that we support. Contact Director of Mission & Outreach, Lucy Crain, to learn more.

Habitat build this spring

Our congregation was one of seven founding churches of Habitat Charlotte 35 years ago. This spring, we will do a full house build lasting 13 days.

All are welcome to swing hammers, provide lunch or fill other volunteer roles. To get connected, contact Julia Watkins, Pastoral Resident. Click here to learn more.

The dates are Thursday, March 7; Friday, March 8; Saturday, March 9; Thursday, March 14; Friday, March 15; Saturday, March 16; Thursday, April 4; Friday, April 5; Saturday, April 6; Saturday, April 13; Thursday, April 25; Friday, April 26; and Saturday, April 27.

Covenant supports a Freedom School site at Highland Renaissance Academy serving 70 children in grades K-8.  Dates for summer 2019 are TBA.

See the 2019 Book and Supply Drive list.

Join the team to provide a Thanksgiving meal at Moore Place, a community for folks overcoming homelessness.

On fifth Tuesdays (about 4 times a year), volunteers from Covenant serve donated Texas Hash casseroles to the more than 300 homeless men who rely on the shelter. Casseroles, desserts and fresh fruit are needed for each meal, and people (older than 16) are invited to come serve the meal at the shelter.

While they were there, the time came for her to deliver her child. And she gave birth to her firstborn son and wrapped him in bands of cloth, and laid him in a manger, because there was no place for them in the inn. (Luke 2:6-7)

Join a Charlotte Family Housing Hope Team. This collaborative effort empowers working families to end a cycle of poverty with the help of a support system. Adults can join a HOPE team - a group of four to six people that provide a support system to one family in the form of friendship and advocacy.

Covenant and Highland Renaissance Academy from Covenant Presbyterian on Vimeo.