Covenant Presbyterian Church - Charlotte, NC

Open table at Covenant

Wednesday Evenings

Education Programs Resume this Fall

Open Picnic Table 

Summer Wednesday Evening Gatherings
Open Picnic Table, an informal Wednesday evening family gathering under Covenant's Magnolia tree, runs through the summer. Bring a picnic dinner and enjoy time together with friends every Wednesday between 5:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Frozen treats will be provided.

order Wednesday grab-n-go meals 

Beginning in July, we will pause Grab-N-Go Meals and resume in the Fall.

Chef Jon and the kitchen staff prepare delicious meals available for pick-up on Wednesdays for you to re-heat in the oven at home. Here's how it works:
  • You can order and pay online using the links below. 
  • Meals are available a la carte, so  you can choose what you want and how many portions you need. 
  • All orders must be placed by noon on the Friday before Wednesday pickup. There is no drive-up or walk-up ordering.
  • On Wednesdays, drive-thru pickup is from 4:30 to 6 p.m. When arriving for your meal, please enter the main driveway from Arosa Avenue, then turn left into the parking lot behind the Fellowship Hall. A volunteer will be there to take your name. You will then drive up to the next volunteer and they will place your food in the back seat or trunk of your car. Then you can exit onto Dilworth Road or back onto Arosa Avenue. 
  • Please remember to wear your mask while volunteers place the food in your car.
Beginning in July, we will pause Grab-N-Go Meals and resume in the Fal.l

Recent Arts Task Force Sessions

Covenant’s Arts Task Force invited the congregation to learn alongside them about the history of the figures in the church’s stained glass windows.

Covenant’s Arts Task Force has been working throughout the past months to better understand the history of our stained glass windows and the significance of those people depicted in them.

This valuable work has led to conversations about the history of the confederacy and its symbols and how to faithfully respond at this time in history.

  • April 14: During the first session, we heard from members of the task force about how the task force was formed and reports of what is included in our stained glass windows. Watch the first session.
  • April 21: During the second session, we heard from Dr. Karen Cox, Professor of History at UNCC, and author of the book “No Common Ground” about the use of symbols in the confederacy. 
  • April 28: During the third session, we learned how other institutions have responded to various images, names, and traditions in their organizations. Watch the final session.

Share your thoughts with the Arts Task Force.

RSVP for Dinner and/or Childcare

On-campus dining and programs are paused until further notice. Please use the "Grab and Go" links above to order meals.

Please let us know how many will be dining and/or need childcare to help us prepare for the evening.