Through personal involvement and financial support, Christ Covenant Church fulfills its mission to “help all men and women love and serve Jesus Christ through worship, study, training, and hands-on ministry
in the community and the world.” The list below illustrates the breadth of mission outreach
programs that we support.
Stephanie and Francisco Ramos, France
Stephanie and Francisco are Covenant missionaries in France whom we support through our denominational giving. In partnership with national evangelical churches, Covenant work began in France in 1996 with a focus on church development. Although few French people attend church and most consider it irrelevant for today, there is growing interest in spirituality, faith and God. For this reason they are also working to bridge the gap between the church and general French culture through the arts, discussion groups, and friendship evangelism.
Beyond Partnership, Central America
Rick and Lee Ann Myers serve as East Coast Representatives, helping to minister in Central America by leading work teams from U.S. churches to help build churches and provide Christian love and support in Nicaragua, Honduras and Guatemala.
Bridge of Hope BuxMont, Lansdale
Ending homelessness, one family and one church at a time – by connecting homeless single-parent families with professional case management and trained mentoring groups from Christian churches in order that the families will be able to achieve permanent housing, financial self-sufficiency and family stability.
The Brothers-In-Faith (BIF) men’s small group spearheads a free hot breakfast for the community on the last Saturday of each month from 8:30-10:00am. We involve multi-generational members of our church to set up, serve and clean up. We minister to those of the community who wish to nourish their bodies. We also nourish their souls by having friendly BIF and Christ Covenant Church members serve our guests, sit with them, and introduce them to many available Christian resources. We then send them on their way with a snack bag and an invitation to worship with us. Come join us; new volunteers are always welcome.
Community Housing Services, Lansdale
This agency serves over 4,200 individuals and provides permanent solutions to housing and related problems faced by the homeless, near homeless, victims of domestic violence and other housing-related issues encountered by low and moderate income people. Throughout the year, Christ Covenant Church collects and donates non-perishable food items to Community Housing Services.
Habitat for Humanity
Habitat provides affordable housing for low-income families. Christ Covenant Church members, for many years, have volunteered at Habitat sites for both ‘rehab’ and ‘new build’ construction. In recent years, multi-generational groups from our church have worked both locally (Montgomery County) and throughout the eastern United States.
Haven of Hope, Philadelphia
Our church spent more than 10 years helping to renovate this former crack house into a Biblically-based drug and alcohol rehabilitation ministry for women. Pastor Hector Torres serves as the administrator. Please pray for these women and for the Board of Directors as they recruit additional volunteers to serve on the Board, gain funding, and offer support to the residents through Christian love and visits, etc.
Keystone Opportunity Center, Souderton
A nonprofit social service organization, Keystone Opportunity Center serves communities in the Souderton Area, North Penn and Pennridge school districts. The services include providing transitional housing, financial education, the Inter-Faith Hospitality Network shelter program, English as a second language tutoring, plus food and clothing. Throughout the year, Christ Covenant Church collects and donates non-perishable food items to Keystone Opportunity Center.
Lamb Foundation, North Wales
Lamb provides safe, affordable and attractive homes for senior citizens and disabled adults in Bucks and Montgomery Counties who would otherwise be homeless. While receiving no government support, Lamb encourages independence and self-reliance of their clients and works at creating relationships within each home while providing security, meals, laundry and companionship. Our church collects used clothing and household items for their Sweet Repeats thrift shop.
Manna on Main Street, Lansdale
Since 1981 Manna has fed the hungry through their soup kitchen and food cupboard, and provides emergency financial aid for rent, utilities and medical needs. They ask for prayers for the elderly, working poor and disabled and those negatively impacted by economic conditions. Throughout the year, Christ Covenant Church collects and donates non-perishable food items to Manna on Main Street.
This local Christian maternity home provides a positive alternative to abortion by offering a loving home environment for up to 3-4 unwed mothers (age 13-25) during their crisis pregnancies. They minister to the young women by offering physical, emotional and spiritual support. They also work to rebuild family relationships, provide for instruction in basic life skills, diet and nutrition, budgeting, continued education, housing, career options and future goals. A new transitional house will be opened shortly, where the girls, upon leaving the Maternity Home, will be able to stay for a few more months as they work out future job prospects, housing, and child care.
Nehemiah’s Way, North
Part of Laurel House (Norristown), this agency offers up to two years of low-cost housing to survivors of domestic violence, along with support groups and other services to give them a place to heal, learn how to love, and be loved. They provide subsidized rent, utilities and household needs, property management and insurance. Members of Christ Covenant Church head up their hands-on projects like painting, routine repairs and moving of donated furniture.
Shepherd’s Shelf, Kulpsville
Begun by Christ Lutheran Church, this emergency food pantry also provides financial assistance to residents of the surrounding communities as well as other basic household items. Patrons of Shepherd’s Shelf are never questioned about their religion nor are they pressured in any way to become members of Christ Lutheran or any other church. Throughout the year, Christ Covenant Church collects and donates non-perishable food items to the Shepherd’s Shelf.
Thanksgiving and Easter Food Baskets
Annually at Thanksgiving and Easter, Christ Covenant Church members donate food items to supply local charities and families with complete holiday meals. Baskets are provided based on need.