About Us

Our Mission


Care for the Whole Person
We are committed to providing love and support for our extended church family regardless of age or ability. Not just to get by but to thrive by the awesome grace of God.

Hands On Help
We are Christ’s body on earth and he uses our hands and feet in our community to help people who are in need of physical, emotional, and spiritual help.

Good News For Everyone
God loves the world and Jesus saves sinners. Our church wants to be a place where all broken people can find fellowship and acceptance among other broken people, all who find hope and healing through Christ.

Join us

Sunday at 9:30 AM or 5:00 PM for fellowship, learning, and worship.

Our Pastor:

 Rev. Curt Walters1064621_10151450883136899_1570784330_o

You can listen to his sermons here

What We Believe
Covenant Church subscribes to the beliefs of the Christian Reformed Church, the denomination to which it belongs. Discussion and inquiries regarding what we believe are always welcome. Contact us.

Biblical Standard

The beliefs and doctrine of the Christian Reformed Church are based on the Holy Bible, God’s infallible written Word contained in the 66 books of the Old and New Testaments. We believe that the Bible is the inspired Word of God and that it is the supreme and final authority in all matters on which it speaks.

Doctrinal Standards

The Christian Reformed Church subscribes to the following confessions:

Ecumenical Creeds*

The Christian Reformed Church subscribes to the following three creeds:


Over time, the Christian Reformed Church has clearly stated its position on a variety of contemporary topics.

* Article 9 of the Belgic Confession names three writings, dating from the first centuries of the Christian church, that we willingly accept as creeds: the Apostles’ Creed, the Nicene Creed, and the Athanasian Creed. The adoption of the Belgic Confession by the synods of the Reformed churches in the Netherlands during the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries implicitly approved the three creeds mentioned above. They are call ecumenical (general, universal) because they have been approved and accepted by nearly all Christian churches.