While Covenant Church is committed to a strong mission in the city of Sharon and the Shanango Valley, we are also increasingly committed to a mission around the world! We currently have commitments to the nations of Mexico, Sierra Leone, Bolivia, and Haiti as well as the local ministry of Young Life. In addition we have a variety of other commitments that our Mission Team regularly communicates with and asks how we might better serve them for the sake of the Kingdom of God! We are annually committed to short term trips to the places that we support in an effort to encourage and help where needed!


Rancho Santa Marta

Bill and Kay Lawrence (on right) with Annie Baker journeying with a mission team from CPC.

In 1970 Bill (formerly of CPC) and wife Kay Lawrence accepted God’s call to Baja California, Mexico. What was once a pig farm has become a home and school for orphaned and special needs children of Mexico.  

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Sierra Leone

Dan, Kim, Ryan and Sean Zippie of CPC with Pastor Matthew Kamara at the new church building in Mayatta.

In 2018, CPC funded the church building in the village and consider them our sister church.




Barb and Dick Simon of CPC in Bolivia.
LATCOM was founded in 1984 by the late Dr. Charles ‘Chuck’ Ramsey. He and his wife, Jean, spent over 60 years in ministry together in Bolivia. 
Since 1975, Pastor Jean Beril Pierre-Louis has been following the Lord’s calling to bring the hope of the gospel to the people of Haiti. For over 40 years, Grace Baptist Church has partnered with churches in the U.S. and now Grace Mission Fund is proud to be providing ongoing support in the form of prayers, finances, short term mission teams, and other resources.
Roblealto Child Care Association
The Roblealto Child Care Association is a Christian, public welfare, non-profit organization founded in 1932. From the beginning, its mission has been to care for the children of Costa Rica who are in critical situations and in need of specialized care and integrated services so they are able to reach their full potential.
Janie Lippencott and Daneen Stauffer at a conference in Ecuador.
At Azmera our goal is to be a part of nurturing and impacting kingdom minded women from various nations and vocations already in the harvest field, so they can serve God and others to their fullest potential, thus impacting their communities with the Gospel.