The Church of the
An open and affirming community
in the heart of University Circle
The Covenant University and Community Ministries (CUCM), a non-profit founded in 2010 by the Church of the Covenant, provides a home for programs that reach out and engage both the university and larger Greater Cleveland community.
Healing Circle Sunday
First Sundays, 12:30 pm
You are invited to the monthly Healing Circle. Gather at 12:30 pm in the Sonia Golden Room for a light lunch with a time sharing, receiving information on healing techniques, and providing energy work with those who have a need. Talk with Ed Laylin or Jonyrma Singleton for more information. All Welcome!
University Circle Ranked as one of America's Prettiest Neighborhoods by Forbes.
Eat in the Circle!
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11205 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44106
Seeking to live God's Word, we aspire to:
Be a welcoming spiritual home,
Live God's inclusive love,
Express Christ's compassion,
Do justice in the world.
Convinced of God's grace, we seek to be:
Open and affirming, welcoming of all people.
Worship ∙ 10 am / Sunday School ∙ 10:15am
College Student Snacks ∙ 11am / Adult Forums ∙ 11:30am
Childcare beginning at 9am
Sanctuary Open for Meditation
Monday-Friday ∙ 9am-5pm
Midweek Music & Meditation
Wednesday ∙ 4:30pm
Vespers in a variety of styles
Selected Sundays ∙ 5pm
Covenant Cache Resale Shop
Tuesday & Thursday ∙ 10 am-4 pm
Looking for a church home? Consider Covenant.
The Church of the Covenant is pleased to welcome
the Reverend Amy Starr Redwine as our Pastor.
She joins Associate Pastor
Reverend Jonyrma R. Singleton.
A Service of Installation
for the Reverend Amy Starr Redwine
Sunday, October 19, 5pm
Guest preacher the Rev. Mark Ramsey,
Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church,
Asheville, North Carolina.
Reception to follow.
Sunday, October 12
11:30am in Beckwith Hall
What's the Fuss?
Voter Fraud vs. Voter Rights
in American Politics
Stephen Brooks, PhD, Professor of Political Science, Associate Director, Bliss Institute of Applied Politics, University of Akron
States across the country are attempting to pass laws tightening regulations on voting ostensibly as a way to reduce voter fraud.
These attempts have faced political and legal opposition claiming they infringe on voting rights for certain populations. This forum will focus on the politics of this divisive issue allowing us to think about why political parties and candidates considered it so important.
Taste of the CircleSunday October 5 at 11am
Church of the Covenant Lower Level
Sample foods from our local
University Circle eateries!
Free! Fun! All Welcome!
Sponsored by Covenant's Membership Committee
Sunday, October 5
Swing to the Lord a new song
Join the toe-tapping spirit-filled
improvisations of Dave Kasper and friends.
Tuesday Noon Organ Recitals
12:00-12:15pm: The McGaffin Carillon
Telemann Cantatas and
Bach Gamba Sonatas
Organ and Cornetto Recital
Sunday, October 12
Bruce Dickey, Cornetto
Liuwe Tamminga, Organ
"The plangent eloquence and daredevil bravura of Bruce Dickey's cornetto playing would charm the skin off a snake."
BBC Music Magazine
Calling all University Students!
(Parents and Children Together)
Friday, October 24, 6-8:30 pm
PACT is for anyone with younger children in their lives, parents, grandparents, aunts & uncles, friends. Bring the kids and invite the neighbors.
Email Mindy Stewart to register.
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