Rev. Megan Madsen
Rev. Megan MadsenPastor
After a sojourn in Kansas City, Megan returned to her Pacific Northwest roots to pastor a community of people striving to follow Jesus into the margins. Passionate about Scripture, intersectional justice and studies, and always expanding the table for whomever shows up, Megan believes that embodying the Gospel is the chief calling of those who follow Jesus. There is no person that God does not welcome and celebrate. Megan likes good coffee, bad action movies, and lively conversations. She lives and pastors in Spokane, Washington with her husband and two dogs.
Kim Souza
Kim SouzaOffice Manager
Kim started working at Covenant in April of 2018. She is the Office Manager at Covenant. If you have any questions or need help around the church please call or email her. Kim grew up in Spokane, in the Gleneden neighborhood. She is married and has 2 kids. She is excited to be part of Covenant.
Luke Palmer
Luke PalmerMusic Leader
Luke began leading worship as a teenager and has had the privilege to be involved in leading churches of all sizes and across a variety of different denominations in the years since. He seeks to cultivate a rich and well rounded culture of worship through a blend of traditional hymns and contemporary music. Luke enjoys black coffee, playing golf, DIY projects, and playing his guitar.
Feng Tsai
Feng TsaiPianist
Feng is an active pianist and award-winning piano teacher. She is very proud of receiving her Master of Music Degree in Piano Performance and Pedagogy from the world-renowned St. Petersburg State Conservatory in Russia.

In 2013, Tsai Feng and her husband moved to Spokane Washington. In 2016,Feng became Covenant’s pianist. She enjoys performing at church.

Feng’s husband is Spokane Symphony’s violinist. They have 2 lovely daughters.

Aidan Speake
Aidan SpeakeYouth Director
I am a senior theology student at Whitworth University, pursuing a career in youth ministry, and I have been blessed with the opportunity to be Covenant’s youth director. I know the character of middle and high school students is being formulated during these years, so I want to give students a space to ask questions, to think about God and their faith for themselves, and have fun being a kid. All the while, resting in the knowledge that they are precious children of God. I was able to volunteer and get to know some of the amazing students. I am so happy to continue on this journey through this year. 
Bryan Bass
Bryan BassCustodian
Bryan, a long-time member of Covenant, says that as the quiet guy in the corner he’s lived his life in servant leadership. Outside his full-time job, you’ll find Bryan and his wife, Katie, hard at work leading Scout Troop and Pack 203. And when he’s not caring for our church building, he loves to provide leadership skills training to the troops and delights in watching his four kids grow their confidence through the Scout program.