Adult Study Fellowships

Study Fellowships are on-going communities that meet for the purpose of growth in Christ through teaching and fellowship. Interactive instruction includes large and small group discussion that provides both a place to learn about God’s Word and a place to connect with members of Covenant. They meet from 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. each Sunday.

Spring Semester Classes (March 4-May 27) 

When We Really Pray!, meets in Mobile Unit 2: We all wish we prayed more and now we can do something about that as we ask God to grow our intimacy with him.  Join us as we move beyond just asking God for stuff into worship, or praying through a Psalm, or talking to the Father in our struggle, or moving past rote phrases to heart prayers.  And you won’t have to say one word out loud if you don’t want to. This class is taught by Elder Steve Draper.

Adventures in Mothering, meets in Annex 4: We will be doing the 12-week study “Shepherding a Child’s Heart” by Tedd Tripp. This class is for moms of all ages and seasons of life. Come join us for fellowship, sharing, and learning. This class is facilitated by Covenant members Jane Blair, Mary Cunningham, Dawn Frederick, Jane Marsh, and Nicolette Stephens.

Welcome to Covenant Class, meets in Annex 5: This 11-week class is designed to introduce you to other people who attend Covenant, communicate what we believe, and show you areas of ministries in which you can be involved. Taking the Welcome to Covenant Class is a very practical way to help you discern whether or not Covenant is the church where the Lord would have you worship him, grow in discipleship, and use your gifts to reach the world for Christ. Participating in the class does not commit you to becoming a member, but it is a pre-requisite to membership. This class is taught by Pastor Burress McCombe.

The Last Days, meets in Annex 6: As Christians we rightfully look back on Jesus Christ’s coming to earth to live, die, and rise again to reconcile us to God. We also look forward to his second coming when all things will be made new. There is much mystery surrounding the exact details of his second coming but there is also great clarity on what it all means. This class will look into the scriptures related to the end times and point us to the confidence and hope we can have in God’s promises for his people. This class is taught by Pastor Tim Frost.

Could Anger Be a Good Thing?, meets in Multi-purpose Room East: Anger is not a problem to be solved. It’s a human capacity, like sex, happiness, and sorrow. Like all human capacities and responses, it sometimes works well but often goes bad. This class will focus on having and expressing anger in the way God designed and will be co-taught by counselors Greg Becker and John Kuebler.

College & Career Fellowship, meets in Multi-purpose Room West: In a world increasingly indifferent to Christian truth, followers of Christ need to be prepared to communicate with those who do not speak their language or accept their source of authority. Have you ever been in a  conversation about your faith and been stumped on a tough question? Have you ever felt   attacked or manipulated and stuck in silence? This semester you’ll learn not only how to defend your faith, but how to initiate conversation, present the truth clearly and            persuasively, graciously expose faulty thinking, and skillfully manage the details of dialogue in an engaging and disarming style. Join us and become equipped to communicate the compelling truth about Christianity with confidence and grace in any situation. This class is taught by Covenant member Zach Koops. No class March 4 and March 11, last class April 29

Through the Roof Support Group, meets in C207: This is a time for families affected by disability to meet and encourage one another. Facilitated by Covenant member Laura Flint. **Held the second Sunday of each month beginning March 11.**

La Santidad de Dios, se reúne en el salón W-10: Estamos usando la serie en video y libro de RC Sproul, La Santidad de Dios.  La serie estudia el sentido de la santidad e investiga el por qué la idea de un Dios santo infunde temor, dando una comprensión nueva de lo que es el pecado, la justicia, la gracia, y nuestra dependencia total de la misericordia de Dios. El Pastor Jacinto Hernández enseña la clase.