Covenant Presbyterian Church - Charlotte, NC

Open table at Covenant

Wednesday Evenings in Fellowship hall

OPEN TABLE DINNER AND PROGRAMS 

Wednesday Evening Gatherings in Fellowship Hall
Join Covenant friends on Wednesday evenings for supper and programs.

Sit-Down Community Dinners Each Wednesday (Oct. 20, 27)
Three seatings (served from the line, seating outside) at 5:00, 5:45, and 6:30 p.m. Max. 50 people per seating. $9 adults (ages 13+), $6 kids (ages 2-12), under 2 (free), Family Maximum: $35

October Menu
  • Oct 27. (RSVP / Prepay Here) – Shepherd's Pie, Garlic Parmesan Brussel Sprouts, Bread Pudding

Grab-N-Go Hot Take Out Meals, each Wednesday 
Hot Grab-N-Go meals are available every Wednesday for pickup between 5-6:30. Preorder required by Sunday – here.
Young Scholars (Education Wing 204)
TWO times to enjoy Young Scholars this Fall, at 5:45pm and 6:45pm in Education Wing, room 204. Get to meet and spend time with our new Director of Children’s Ministry, Dailyn Sailor. Young Scholars enjoy learning Bible Stories, important scripture passages, and fun activities like making prayer bracelets. 

Ministers' Book Study

Ministers’ Book Study (Fellowship Hall 203 or Zoom)

Every two weeks join Covenant’s ministers to study different books we’ve loved.  There is no need to have read the book, join for discussion and learning.

October 20 and 27: Grace Lindvall will share her thoughts on "How Not to be Afraid " by Gareth Higgins, 5:45 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. . Join in the discussion in person or Zoom.

Growing up near the troubled city of Belfast, Gareth Higgins was schooled in suspicion, mistrust, and paranoia. Would someone be lurking behind the door? Was there a bomb under that car? Yet fear feeds on the stories we tell ourselves, Higgins claims, and in the pages of How Not to Be Afraid, he delves into the mechanisms of fear, as well as the quiet, immense strength of individuals and communities that refuse to let it reign.

Grounded in personal experience and expert reflection on violence, conflict transformation, and trauma recovery, Higgins traces vulnerability as strength to address seven common fears that plague each of us at some point in our lives. By examining such topics as the fear of being alone, the fear of not having enough, and the fear of violence and death, he invites readers into habits of hope rooted in Celtic spirituality and the mysteries of love.

Stories of Hope and Healing

Wednesdays from 6:45-7:30 p.m. in Fellowship Hall 207A-B or on Zoom

During these stress-filled days, come hear inspiring stories of restoration from our incredible partners and the people whose lives are shaped by them. We’ll hear from heroes working in the areas of college and career readiness; housing unsheltered neighbors; and racial and economic justice.
  • Oct. 20 – Direct Services staff from Roof Above (working in outreach to unsheltered neighbors)
  • Oct. 27 – Staff from QC Family Tree working (racial & economic justice)

order Wednesday grab-n-go meals 

October Monthly Specials – Use Grab-N-Go order links to pay and schedule pickup.
These items are refrigerated, available for pickup throughout the month. Single serving and family sizes available.
  • Chicken Caesar Salad (entree size)
  • Cucumber Salad
  • Chicken Tortilla Soup
  • Chili
  • Rolls
  • Smores Squares
  • Cupcakes (Chocolate and Vanilla Bean)
Chef Jon and the kitchen staff prepare delicious meals available for pick-up on Wednesdays for you – served hot and ready to take home. Here's how it works:
  • Hot, boxed dinners will be available for pick up and payment ($9 per box) using the links below
  • Optional monthly special items will be available cold
  • Box dinner containers are made of recycled plastic and are dish washer safe (top rack)
  • On Wednesdays, drive-thru pickup is from 5 to 6:30 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.
  • All orders must be placed by 2 p.m. on the Sunday before Wednesday pickup. There is no drive-up or walk-up ordering.

October Grab-N-Go Menu
Oct. 27 (Order Oct. 27 Here) – Shepherd's Pie, Garlic Parmesan Brussel Sprouts, Bread Pudding)