People meet for mutual support and fun, in a variety of ways, at a variety of intervals.  Every Sunday there is church-wide lunch in the Fellowship Hall between the second and the third worship services.  From time to time, the whole church gets together for a picnic and an educational opportunity of wide interest.  Subgroups get together for meals, outings and educational events (with fellowship opportunities).  Some people make a commitment to meet together for an agreed-upon period in a small group for mutual spiritual encouragement.  There are also retreats each year for men, for women, and for married couples.

Our Social Group Opportunities

Fellowship After Worship on Sundays

You are invited to stay after any of Covenant’s three worship services for good conversation, a beverage and a light snack.  If you would like to host a coffee hour by donating cookies or light snacks or money to use towards treat expenses, or to volunteer to serve them at the coffee hour, please sign up in the book found in the Narthex. Hosting a coffee hour is a great way to celebrate a birthday or a special occasion.  If you would like to be a host or hostess during coffee hour, please contact the church office.




9 a.m. every 3rd Saturday

A group of single and married people who meet to share a meal and convivial conversation.



6 p.m. every 2nd Saturday

A group for married couples that meets for a potluck, mutually supportive fellowship and learning about growing in Christian love for one’s spouse.



10:30 a.m every other Saturday

A young adults group that meets for a light brunch, fun and discussion about what it means to live authentically for Christ.


Movie Goers

Movie Goers is a group of adults of any age, who enjoy movies, good conversation, and a relaxing evening, typically on the 4th Sunday of the month.  Movie Goers meets late afternoon to carpool to the movies.  Be sure to check in with Pastor Adele, Pastor Rob, or Karen Kennedy for specifics.


Band of Brothers

A group of men meet monthly to learn what it means to be a Christian without losing their God-honoring masculinity – and to support one another, and to hold one another accountable, in the pursuit of that ideal.

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Presbyterian Women

Presbyterian Women is an independent organization within the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and comprises more than 300,000 women.  All women in the church are invited to participate in PW activities at any level.  We welcome you!  Consider this your personal invitation!


Family Ties

Family Ties is a group of parents who enjoy each other’s company over a meal and a study time that offers pearls of wisdom and moments for support of one another and reflection while their children play together in the Cuddle Cafe with supervision.