Christ Covenant Church in the News
PHOTO: Christ Covenant Church breaks ground for solar project (North Penn Reporter, June 7, 2012)
The church, its solar committee and solar power installation company Solar City broke ground at 2200 Mainland Road in Towamencin Township where solar panels will soon be put in place.
Going solar: Towamencin church planning to install solar panels (North Penn Reporter, May 12, 2012)
Christ Covenant Church, located at 2200 Mainland Road, wants to install solar panels. The goal is to eliminate approximately $14,000 in electricity costs from its annual expenses, according to Todd Peters, a member of the church’s solar committee.
Voice for victims: Training session for those who want to help the abused coming Jan. 21 (North Penn Reporter, January 3, 2012)
Christ Covenant Church hosts a day-long training session on behalf of AVA (Advocacy for Victims of Abuse), a ministry of the Evangelical Covenant Church. The session is open to lay persons, clergy, church staff, professionals/volunteers in helping professions, Stephen Ministers, or anyone else desiring to learn more about how to help those affected by Domestic Violence and Childhood Sexual Abuse–two issues deeply impacting the Church today.
Souderton Area grad spends year in poverty, service (North Penn Reporter, April 10, 2011)
Christ Covenant Church member Nathan Schneck, a senior at Hamilton College in Clinton, N.Y., was recently a awarded a Thomas J. Watson Fellowship to support a year of travel and exploration outside the United States. He plans to visit Thailand, India and Argentina as he studies religious communities that emphasize voluntary poverty as a means of overcoming self-preoccupation, self-alienation, and as the beginning of universal benevolence.
Prayer Shawl ministry welcomes all (North Penn Reporter, January 8, 2011)
The women of Christ Covenant Church participate in a time of fellowship and prayer while making shawls for specific persons (whether members or not) who may be grieving, suffering from illness, or for other events, such as celebrating the birth of a baby.
Co-pastors bring new approach to local church (North Penn Reporter, August 13, 2010)
The story of our husband and wife co-pastor team, Jim and Cathy Stanley-Erickson. This article from our local newspaper highlights their ministry, and how they came to be called to service at our church.