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Weekly Scripture

After reading the weekly scripture here, I invite you to be in prayer for vulnerable people around the world (Haiti, Chile, Afganistan, Pakistan, African countries and others from the global south).

~Pastor Roger Hudson

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Outreach Ministries

Sleeping Mats and Shalom Meals for the Homeless
The sleeping mat ministry works with Shalom Ministry, which meets in the former Central Methodist Church downtown, to provide sleeping mats and ground cloths to unsheltered homeless persons. Members of the congregation also participate in serving meals to the homeless on Monday evenings starting at 4:30 p.m.

Sister Church
More than 25 years ago, Covenant established a sister church relationship with Buena Nuevas Lutheran Church in El Salvador. Through delegation visits and other communication over the years, we have formed a deep friendship with the community and assisted our sister church in many ways. We strongly feel that education is the best way to make a long-term difference in the lives of our brothers and sisters. We offer scholarships for students, K-12, and assist post-high school students with their studies.

Spokane Alliance
Covenant is a member of the Spokane Alliance organization, which describes itself as “a group of nonpartisan, proactive, everyday citizens dedicated to making Spokane a better place for all to live and thrive.” Several Covenant members attend meetings and lobby for issues that will impact the well-being of our community. To the Spokane Alliance homepage

Strength For The Journey
Strength for the Journey is a four-day spiritual retreat for persons living with HIV/AIDS. The retreat provides a tranquil, safe place with a caring supportive community. It is sponsored by the Pacific Northwest Conference of the United Methodist Church with a broad base of support from other denominations, churches, and individuals. For further information call Sue Shaw at 466-6296.

Family Promise of Spokane
We participate in a program through Family Promise to house several families for a week, four times a year. Each family is provided a private room for sleeping and family time. We have a gym for the children to enjoy. Covenant volunteers provide and host evening meals and a brief breakfast before our guests head to a downtown day center. We have an overnight presence in case of an emergency. The volunteers set up and take down the equipment, as well as laundering the used linens at the end of the week. There are many ways to help with this worthy, short-term (once every three months) program. To the Family Promise homepage

New Hope Resource Center
The center is an outreach facility serving those in the North Spokane County. Clients who have met the eligibility requirements can find help paying bills, getting money for gas, clothing, rides to medical appointments, and senior services such as lawn mowing. We support New Hope with volunteers, needed supplies and donations.
To the NHRC homepage