Welcome to the Church of the Covenant

Centered in the Circle - Open to the World

The Church of the Covenant is a diverse 400-member congregation in the vibrant cultural center of University Circle in Cleveland, Ohio. 

Convinced of God's grace, the Church of the Covenant seeks to: 

Be a welcoming spiritual home, Live God's inclusive love, Express Christ's compassion, Do justice in the world. 

We are seeking to know Jesus and make him known through meaningful worship, inspiring music, compassionate outreach, 

and in-depth theological study that leads us to engage our community and our world that God so loves. 

Join us Sunday mornings at 10am and throughout the week.

Interested in membership?  

You are invited to a conversation this Sunday, September 18, at 11:30am in the Herrick Room. 

Contact the Rev. Melanie Marsh Baum at MBaum@CovenantWeb.org for more information. Click here to submit an inquiry form.


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    Fall 2016 Congregational Retreat - Saturday, October 8, 8am to 1pm

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We thank everyone who has registered for the lecture by Mr. Morris Dees. We are now at capacity. 
Should spaces become available we will reopen registration on this site.

 Mr. Morris Dees

"With Justice for All in a Changing America"

Sunday, October 2, 2016
The Church of the Covenant

Sponsored by the Covenant Lecture Fund
The Church of the Covenant is pleased to welcome Mr. Morris Dees, civil rights activist, journalist, and lawyer, who will bring his message of justice, hope, and tolerance to Cleveland on Sunday, October 2. Mr. Dees co-founded the Southern Poverty Law Center in 1971. The Intelligence Project and Teaching Tolerance are among the Center's initiatives. Mr. Dees has authored three books: A Lawyer's Journey, his autobiography; Hate on Trial; and Gathering Storm, America's Militia Threat, and remains actively engaged in litigation.

Free and open to the public - Reservations required.

Note: Reservations are now closed.  We will announce on this site if stand-by tickets become available.