Sunday, April 4
Join us as we celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus!
In-person and Virtual worship on Facebook Live.
Following the ND DHHS guidelines, the session has approved a document that outlines our procedures to return to in-person worship.
The Rev. James Hulsey's sermon is titled "The Threshold of God".
Join us as we celebrate the day of resurrection!
Reopening for special events and other church activities is being considered as we continue to monitor the impact of Covid 19 on our community.
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125 South Selma Road
Wendell, NC 27591
Our office number is 919-365-7979
Welcome to Covenant Presbyterian Church in Wendell, North Carolina. We're glad you found us and hope you will look through our site and come join us for weekly activities and Sunday Worship at 11 a.m. We know you will find a caring and welcoming group of folks, worshiping God and striving to follow Christ's example in our world.
We are faithful members of the Presbyterian Church U.S.A, and, through it, participate in the worldwide fellowship of Christian Churches. Our purpose is to glorify God through worship, education, and service to others.
Established in 1956, we are an open and caring congregation, outwardly involved, as a faithful Christian witness to God's love.
All are welcome. Please come visit us, ask us questions, and join us if you are looking for a church home. Membership is open to all who love God and believe in Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior.
We look forward to seeing you soon.
Faith calls us to protect our loved ones, protect our neighbors, and protect and strengthen our community. Relying on faith and wisdom, we will make it through the COVID-19 pandemic by following the guidelines recommended by our state's Department of Health and Human Services. We have returned to in-person worship inside the sanctuary following NC DHHS guidelines for faith communities. The state guidelines encompass the 3 W's: Wear, Watch and Wait. Wear a mask covering your mouth and nose; Wait a minimum of 6 feet apart; and Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer. We will add a couple of R's. Respect and Respond. Respect those worshiping around you and Respond to our faith in God by caring for those we worship with and those with whom we share spaces in the sanctuary and in the community. Our session has developed a document containing the guidelines for us to safely return to worshiping inside. Please read these guidelines before you come to worship so you will know what to expect. If you do not feel well, please stay home and worship with us virtually. If you are not comfortable worshiping in the group setting, please join us online on Facebook Live Sunday morning. We are all part of the Covenant family and the family of faith whether we are worshiping at home or inside the sanctuary.
Love never gives up, never loses faith, is always, and endures through every circumstance. 1 Corinthians 13:7
Make a difference. Love your neighbor.
Join our Covenant Family as we reach out to others in our community and the world. Please
continue to support and be a part of our on-going outreach opportunities.
In our community...
The Food Pantry - The food pantry is an on-going project supplying bags of groceries to needy
families in our area. Non-perishable foods are welcome. An easy way to remember to bring food to
support these projects is to bring it on Communion Sundays every month.
In our church...
Join a committee or ministry team. Ministry teams include Outreach, Worship, Christian Education, Property, Finance, Congregational Care, Communications.
Bring contributions for the Blessing Box. These include toiletry items, non-perishable food items, and daily necessities and nicities.
He is RISEN! He is risen indeed! Alleluia! Alleluia!
Welcome and Congratulations to our newest Session members!
On Sunday, February 14, the three elders serving in the class of 2023 were installed. We thank and welcome Jeannie Driver, Todd Turner, and Stephen Page (who was also ordained). Please give these and all those serving as our church leaders your support and keep them in your prayers.