youth and families

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sunday schedule
family discipleship hour (all ages)
9-10 am | classes are broken into nursery, kids, 3rd-5th grade, youth, and adults. We use this hour to intentionally take our children through our core insights aiming toward developmentally appropriate goals for each age group.
New to Covenant? You can sign-up your child for an easy check-in here.
SUMMERTIME: no discipleship hour; instead sign up for our family challenge! Each year, our summer family challenge equips families and kids to make their faith their own and to practice bible study, prayer, and service outside the walls of the church. Like any good challenge, there are some great prizes and goodies to be had along the way!
middle school (6th-8th grade)
6-7:30pm | youth group for middle schoolers looks like lots of games, fun activities, singing and dancing, relational time with our volunteer leaders, and a Gospel presentation. While Sunday mornings are opportunities for our students to dig deeper in God’s word together, these evenings are great for inviting friends into the story of what God is up to in our world.
high school (9th-12th grade)
Various | youth group for this age level focuses more on the relationship. While we spend some time in games and singing, we take most of this time getting to know each other through ice breakers, Bible study, prayer, and bonding activities. High school is a time students really need a faith community to rely on, and we aim to provide that when we gather. 


Our main goal for
families is to provide
a safe space to process
and guide parents and
kids through these questions
Grounded: Who am I? 
Connected: Who are my people?
Impact: What is my purpose?

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Family Devotionals

Fall 2023 Famiy Devotional

Page 1Title: Lord, Teach Us to Pray
Author: Sally Michael
Format: This devotional breaks down the Lord’s Prayer into 13 weeks of family devos. Each week includes 5 days of lessons and a special family night activity. The lessons are short, with a Bible reading followed by a few questions and a prayer.

Fall 2023 Youth Devotional

Page 1Title: Alongside Jesus
Author: Drew Hill
Format: 4 weeks of devotionals, each split into 4 days of answering questions, reading Scripture, and meditating on the fact that Jesus is alongside us in our everyday lives

Need a book recommendation for you or your kids? See our book review blog below…

Faith Builder Catechism Review

Author: Kevin Hippolyte, Jared Kennedy, and Trey Kullman (3 dads!)
Age Appropriate: 2nd-5th grade
Questions Discussed: What is God like? Can we trust the Bible? What is God’s Kingdom? What are we asking when we pray “Your will be done”? And so many more…
Format: Video game themed. There are 5 levels which have the themes “God’s Glory”, “God’s Kingdom”, “The Gospel”, “God’s Grace”, and “God’s Church and Mission.” Each level has a map that kids can put stickers on to show what lessons they have learned. And each lesson is a two page devotional including a catechism question and answer, a memory verse, discussion questions, video game illustrations, and Scripture reading. All in all 52 lessons of applicable and relatable material for you and your kids.

The Ology Book Review

The Ology: Machowski, Marty: 9781942572282: Books
Author: Marty Machowski
Age Appropriate: 1st-5th grade
Questions Discussed: Who is God? Where does evil come from? How do people change? What is the Bible? Why the church? What is heaven like? And so many more…
Format: 71 chapters designed for kids to read on their own or as family devotionals. Each entry has a different topic about theology with Bible references


Want to talk?

You are not alone. Contact Pastor Matthew for a listening ear. Parenting is not a solo sport so let us be on your team.
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