Tuesday Noon Organ Recitals, Tuesdays, May 2 - June 27, 12:00 noon
Tuesday Noon Organ Recitals featuring organists from throughout greater Cleveland and beyond on both of Covenant's two magnificent pipe organs. Bring a lunch! Bring a friend! Free and open to the public. Free parking in the Covenant parking lot.
Friday Lunchtime Carillon Concerts
Fridays, April 21 - June 27 | 12:15 pm
Friday Lunchtime Carillon Concerts performed by Covenant and University Circle Carillonneur George Leggiero and guests on the 15,000 lb McGaffin Carillon of 47 bronze bells. Tours of the tower following the concerts. Bring a lawn chair; picnic on the church lawn or CWRU campus. Free parking in the Covenant parking lot. Go to ucbells.org for program information.
The Covenant will begin regular gatherings of Covenant Eights dining groups. Join with 7 other Covenant members and friends in either a home or a restaurant to share one of our favorite pastimes - eating! Interested? Sign up in the church office or click the link below to sign up on line. Talk with Lynda Starr or Cheri Keys for more information.
Covenant Partnering with North Church
Sunday January 22 and 29 (and April 2 & 9)
You are invited to be part of a team of six to eight people on January 22 and/or 29 from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm to assist in preparing and serving the community meal that follows their worship service. North Church, which shares space with Lutheran Metropolitan Ministries at 4515 Superior Avenue, "carries out an active ministry to our community through seeking to build a vibrant worship community, community meals, and an outreach to homeless and street people and those experiencing mental illness." Sign up in the church office. Renee Boykin and Gale Bromelmeier work closely with North Church. For more information, contact Ministry of Service member Bob Ault. North Church is a Covenant mission partner.
Seeking God's Grace amidst the Disgrace of Racism
Three Sessions: January 29, March 12, and April 30
Leaders and members from the Church of the Covenant and Fairmount Presbyterian Church will come together to wrestle with the sin of racism. We will use scripture, stories, books, video, and our own experiences to aid our learning and our conversations. All are welcome, but must commit to attending all three sessions: Sundays, January 29, March 12, and April 30 from 6:30-8 pm. Contact pastors Amy, Melanie or Kevin to sign up.