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"For 'everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved.' How then will they call on him in whom they have not believed? And how are they to believe in him of whom they have never heard? And how are they to hear without someone preaching?" - Romans 10:13-14

The mission of the church is to spread the gospel to all nations and peoples. Covenant participates in mission through supporting missionaries, organizations, and serving in the following ways:

Beyond the Walls Weekend

Covenant members get out into the neighborhood & city on a weekend and serve. Projects have included Habitat for Humanity, Casey Elementary School groundskeeping & powerwashing, Stewpot Community Services’ food collection, Rise Against Hunger meal packaging, We Will Go Ministries’ inner city projects, home and lawn care for Southern Christian Services, knitting and helping individuals in need with yard work, moving boxes, simple home maintenance etc.  

To get involved, contact Clay Lewis,   

Beyond the Walls 2019 projects

Casey Elementary School

Covenant is an adopter of Casey, with members serving as weekly reading buddies or tutors and filling occasional special roles like science fair judges, arts performers and “facility sprucers.” 

To get involved, contact Mary Lewis,

Habitat for Humanity build

Covenant partners with New Hope Baptist Church each fall to work on a Habitat for Humanity project.

To get involved, contact Slade Exley, 

Honduras Trips

Covenant short-term mission trip through Salt & Light Ministries is in June, and usually in January/February there’s a smaller Salt & Light trip, which Slade & Susan Exley coordinate. 

To get involved, contact Slade Exley, 

Kenya Trips

Covenant short-term mission trip through The Outreach Foundation is every other year, with the next to be in 2019. Usually in August; however, has also occurred in March.

To get involved, contact Kirsten Shaw,  

Covenant in Kenya brochure

Knit Wits

Covenant members knit hats, scarves, washcloths and other items for those who have need. A message of God’s love is attached to these handcrafted gifts.

To get involved, contact Ann Bevalaque,

Meals on Wheels

Meals on Wheels is a local mission that provides hot meals 15 times a month for 24 elderly, indigent people. Covenant cooks and delivers food 4 times a month. 

To get involved, contact Frieda Lauderdale, 

Mission Rummage Sale

Semiannual, usually late August/early Sept & March. Church members are involved as volunteers during the setup and sale, and they contribute items for sale. Items can be donated throughout the year. The money raised is used by the Missions Committee to meet unexpected needs that come to the committee’s attention.

To get involved, contact Slade Exley, 

Stewpot Community Services 

Stewpot, located in downtown Jackson, serves a hot meal every day to anyone in need. Covenant prepares meals and serves on the 4th Sunday every other month. 

To get involved, contact Mary Lewis,