Pastoral Care

The pastors at Christ Covenant strive to serve others, living a life of love, and to be stewards, marked by a Christ-like love for our neighbors.  We would like to meet you where you are, walk with you as you are, serve you humbly and invite you to Christ, so that you will experience the richness of Kingdom life.

The Pastor-on-Call may be reached at 704-708-6101 in case of a pastoral emergency.

Our Pastoral Care ministries enable us to reach out and come alongside you. Click on the links below to find out more about these ministries:

Illness and Tragedy

  • Caleb Ministries – ministers to women and families who have lost a baby through miscarriage, stillbirth, early-infant death, or women who struggle with infertility or who are post-abortive.
  • Hospital and Follow-up Care – pastors and volunteers visit those in the hospital.
  • Meal Ministry – prepare and deliver a meal to a church family going through a difficulty or celebration.
  • Kendal Ministry – Care Teams that offer help and encouragement on a continuing basis.

Counseling and Emotional Care

Special Needs

  • His Abilities Ministry – serves families with special needs, including cognitive and physical disabilities.

Need to connect with our Mercy Ministries?

Our Deacons put a very high value on confidentiality as they assist people through our Mercy Fund and other assistance. But that confidentiality is not intended to be a barrier for people who may want to alert the Deacons to a need in another household or in their own. There are several ways to contact our mercy ministries: by email to mercyministry@christcovenant.org; a call to the church mercy line (704-708-6100); a conversation or call to any Pastor or Deacon.
  In addition to the ability to provide assistance through our Mercy Fund, we also provide information or access to resources such as the Matthews HELP Center, job transition ministries, and the outreach of Church on the Street (COTS).
  If you have additional questions about our mercy ministries, or would like to be involved in assisting our efforts, please do not hesitate to contact your community Deacon.


Pastoral Counseling Intake Forms