Opportunities for Adults

Relationships are important at Covenant—our relationship with God, and our relationships with each other. We have a variety of classes and small groups that offer different approaches to sharing truth and grace together as we follow Christ on the journey of faith. 

  • Learning Communities, Sunday at 9:00 a.m.

    Roundtables: Space for Spiritual Questions


    Roundtables is a weekly video learning community of adults focused around life topics, faith and small group discussion where we look at the relationship between faith and contemporary culture. We meet and talk around tables in the Family Room, but are currently meeting on Zoom.


    Join us Sunday, from 9:00 - 10:15 a.m.


    Current Topic: Sunday September 13 through October 18, The Powers and Principalities facilitated by Glenn Paauw.


    If you would like to be added to our email and invitation list please send an email to Bill Springston with your contact information: first and last name, preferred email, and phone number. 

     

    To join click Zoom Link, call 669.900.9128 and when prompted enter meeting ID 951 4741 2568 or go to zoom.us > join a meeting > enter Zoom ID 951047412568. For help on how to use Zoom prior to the meeting please call Bill Springston 719.337.021 or Kam Fletcher 719.660.9097.


    Book Study

    This class for adults is discussing the book The Color of Compromise: The Truth about the American Church's Complicity in Racism by Jemar Tisby.

    Society is at a unique moment, a time of reckoning regarding racism. Sadly, the American church is not exempt from the need to wrestle with this sin that clearly still infects us. We want to invite you into the conversation!
    • Starts Tuesday, August 18, 2020 at 7:00 p.m.
    • Meets for 6 weeks
    • Join via Zoom
    • or join by phone - 1.312.626.6799
    Contact Lisa Barnes, Bill or Mary Springston, or Andy Fletcher with any questions.
  • Women's Ministries

    Covenant’s Women’s Ministries seeks to nurture women by helping to meet their needs at all ages and stages of life. Our goal is to meet each woman where she is, accept her, and invite her to be a part of our church family. Through weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual events, we hope to provide women with opportunities to build relationships with each other, to relax, to grow in their faith, and to have fun.


    Thursday Morning Women’s Bible Study 

    Women meet for Bible study and fellowship during the school year.

    The Thursday Morning Bible Study read the book Messiah by Glenn Paauw, discussing 2 Corinthians
    Each week we read, discuss what we learn, what questions arose, and how we can apply it to our lives.

    Thursdays, 9:30 a.m., via Zoom. For more information or to join contact: Sue Lien click or call


    GraceFull Quilters

    GraceFull Quilters invites you to quilt with them. All skill levels are welcome! Our projects include quilts for newborns in the congregation and other needs as they arise. You may also work on personal projects. We will eat lunch together, bring it our buy it. Call or text Kathy McCoy for more information, 719.650.5968


    The Well

    The Well is an open group that seeks to be a safe place where you can come as you are and be yourself. Many of us work during the day and need a place to connect at church. We love to laugh, to share the nitty-gritty of our lives, and to wrestle with God’s call on our lives.

         Fall of 2020 - Come as you are 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.!  Bond with us as we explore the interactive book about our spiritual eyesight, When Faith Becomes Sight: Opening Your Eyes to God's Presence All Around You by Beth and David Booram.

    Meetings will be held every Thursday evening, starting September 17, via Zoom. Contact Cathy Eskew to join or for more information.

    Newcomers welcome!


    Book Club

    If you love to read and discuss books with friends, you’re invited to join the Book Club that meets the last Sunday of most months. Our fellowship time centers around a monthly fiction or non-fiction book selection that challenges our thinking. A list of upcoming books and gatherings is available here. Book Club is still meeting on Zoom, if interested click this link and send the email with your contact information: first and last name, preferred email, and phone number. Please state you would like more information or to join


    Retreats and Special Gatherings

    Two to three times a year, the women's ministries plan a day of retreat and refreshing combined with an outreach project. At recent events the women made fleece blankets for children in need, raised funds for trafficked women and children, and wrote cards to missionaries across the globe and to women in prison. There will be two special events this winter/spring: Blankets, Brunch, and a Buddy, where women (and men) will make tied fleece blankets for moms and children staying at Mary's Home and Going Beneath the Surface, an interactive discussion on relationships and fellowship. Find out more about these events in the Women's Ministry's Spring brochure here

  • Men's Ministries

    Covenant's men’s ministries provide great opportunities for guys of all ages to connect, grow spiritually, at all ages and stages of life.


    Old Guys’ Breakfast: Not just for old guys, join us for breakfast for an hour at 7:30 a.m. each Tuesday morning at the IHOP, 8065 N Academy Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80920 . These men value good conversation, good humor, devotionals, and they pray for each other every week. If interested in attending click here. Respond with your information, and state you would like to join the group


    Nuts & Bolts: Nuts and Bolts is our monthly men’s fellowship breakfast. Nuts and Bolts meet the third Saturday of each month from 7:00–8:30 a.m. via Zoom. It’s a time for men to gather for breakfast, fellowship, and discipleship. We always have an all-around quality experience together in our quest to be better men and disciples of Christ. All men 18 years and older are welcome. If interested in attending click here, and send the email with your information stating you would like to join the group. You will receive an email in response with an invitation to the zoom meeting. Find more information here.


    Men’s Retreat: The men of Covenant hold an annual retreat either at the church or at a retreat facility.

  • Covenant Campers

    Each summer, the Covenant Campers plan a couple of camping trips for families and friends of Covenant. Find out more here.


    Questions about any of these opportunities?

    Contact the church office:


    719.598.0800, office@covenant-pres.org.  

They devoted themselves to

the apostles’ teaching and fellowship, 

to the breaking of bread and the prayers.

Acts 2:42, NRSV