We believe that God wants us to connect with Him and with His people. One way to do this at Covenant is by personally growing deeper with Christ, developing healthy relationships with others, and challenging others to do the same. Below are ways to get involved.
View our Small Group webpage.
We accept people where they are and encourage them to go deeper in their relationship with Jesus. We believe that small groups - which we call Small Groups - are where this happens best. Click here to view our small groups webpage.
Cup of Hope
Covenant holds occasional get together for women interested in connecting with one another and fostering a deeper relationship with Jesus. Events can include meals, learning, arts and crafts, and community service.
Food, Fun, and Fellowship
Food, Fun, and Fellowship is simply what it sounds like: a way for families connect with others around a table and through games. This event happens the first Sunday of the month following the second service. Bring yourself, your kids, a dish to share, and a compteitive or cheerful spirit. If games aren't your thing, no problem. Come out and cheer everyone else on. Questions? Contact Sabrina McAlister.
We are a caring church and the people here are known for supporting and caring for each other in informal, spontaneous ways. In addition, we’ve organized these caring ministries to address specific needs:
The Prayer Ministry exists to invite God's presence and unleash God's power to change the world.
Our prayer team is delighted to pray with and for others. Request for prayer can be made on Sunday mornings, anytime at www.cccasheville.org/contact or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or during the week through the church office.
Some ways the prayer team is involved in the life of Covenant is through:
Praying over the chairs in the Worship Center, pastor, and worship team before the first service each Sunday.
Praying at the prayer stations after worship and during Communion.
Praying over the prayer requests lifted up to the e-prayer team.
Praying at the Wednesday Prayer Group Meeting at 6:30pm at the home of Betty Winchester.
To get involved, contact Larry Bopp. To request prayer, click here.
God works though our Military Ministry to send love and support to our service men and women through prayer, letters and care packages sent throughout the year.To get involved, contact Sharon Weinmann.
The Walk to Emmaus is an experience of Christian spiritual renewal and formation that begins with a three-day short course in Christianity. It is an opportunity to meet Jesus Christ in a new way as God’s grace and love is revealed to you through other believers. The objective is to inspire, challenge, and equip the local church members for Christian action in their homes, churches, communities, and places of work.
Blue Ridge Emmaus is the local community to which Covenant Emmaus Pilgrims belong. Click here for more information on the Blue Ridge Emmaus and its activities. If you would like more information, contact Sandie Davis.