If you are a member or friend of Christ Covenant, these pages are for you! Each one of us has a role in the Our Heritage campaign and all of us want one convenient, up-to-date resource that will provide the information and inspiration we need to make wise decisions about our own participation, and to encourage others to join with us as we build for the future.
We ask you to pray often for God’s blessing on this campaign and on the ministries that will grow as our campus develops. There is no more important responsibility than to bring every detail to God and to seek His glory alone.
As work progresses on our campus, we'll also share videos and pictures on our blog. Check it out now to see videos of our groundbreaking ceremony.
On Sunday, June 7, Christ Covenant Church members and friends gathered for a groundbreaking celebration for our new Community Life Center.
The afternoon included a worship service, food trucks, activities for kids, and plenty of fellowship! Here's a slideshow of the pictures. (You can also go to our FlickR page: click here.)
Our Campus is a Construction Zone!
Work is underway! The first construction you will see is for the new Covenant Day high school building and a series of renovations to other buildings along with site preparation for our Community Life Center. Go to our Project Information page to see a map of the construction timeline and parking lot/area closings.
Some areas, including parking lots, are now closed for construction, others will follow. A few will be reopened by fall. Please watch for the "no parking" signs and stay out of closed lots and work areas at all times.
We appreciate your patience as we wait for the work to be complete and our campus to have the added resources our families and our ministries are anxious to use. Please pray for the safety of everyone who will be on our campus in the coming months and for God’s blessing on each of the projects.
Stay outside of all construction fences and taped-off areas and away from all
Observe all “no parking” signs, even when it looks like nothing is going on.
Keep children close by and away from all traffic.
Lock valuables out of sight and keep all car doors locked.
Never prop a door open.
Say something if you see something. Call 911 in an emergency.
If you have any questions, contact Ed Adelman, our Director of Safety and
Security, at 704-604-5937.
Pray often for the safety of all of the people on our campus, for our wisdom
in welcoming strangers, and our willingness to reach out to every visitor.