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. 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.
We are located at 125 South Selma Road or call us at 919-365-7979. For more information about our church and some frequently asked questions, click here.
Please, come visit us, ask us questions, and join us. 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.
Our interim pastor is
the Reverend Debbie Osterhoudt
Our secretaries are Linda Hess and Tammy Strickland
Our DCE is Linda Berry
Covenant Presbyterian Church
Christmas Cantata is December 17
At 6 p.m. Sunday, December 17, the chancel choir will present Joel Raney's cantata, What Child is This? Raney uses a variety of musical genres to take the singers and the congregation on a musical journey to answer the question the title poses, "What Child is This?" Your are welcome to bring finger foods to share during a time of fellowship after the service.
The Joyful Noise children's choir will be singing at the 11 a.m. service so the choir can prepare and save their voices for the evening performance.
Christmas Eve is Sunday, December 24
Come join us for worship on Christmas Eve. In addition to the 11 a.m. service , we will celebrate Jesus's birth with a service of Lessons, Carols, and Lights at 5:3o p.m. Covenant's youngest members will help us retell the story of the birth of Christ through scripture and we will join in singing many beloved carols. We will close the service by lighting candles and taking that light into the world to celebrate God's coming into our world through the birth of Jesus Christ.
"O come desire of nations, bind all peoples in one heart and mind;
bid envy, strife, and discord cease;
fill the whole world with heaven’s peace."