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 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.
Landon SpencerMusic Leader
I am the music leader at Covenant and it is my goal to provide quality music through our very talented Praise Team members. I attended Covenant in my youth and feel very connected to this very special church.
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.
Mary SpainChoir Director
I have a bachelor’s degree in English and Music and a California State Multisubject Teaching Credential for K-12 from San Diego State University. I received a master’s degree in education administration from National University. I taught for the Catholic Diocese of San Diego for about 5 years, then went to Poway Unified School District for 29 years. I was a middle school teacher for most of my career, teaching any subject that was needed but my primary focus was on Music and Drama. In Middle School I taught a show choir who performed with singing, dancing, and acting. We won may competitions at local Festivals and Invitationals, mostly at Disneyland and Magic Mountain. I also directed about 15 professional level musicals with my middle school students. I retired in 2013 to help my father. I moved to Spokane in 2019 and currently live here with my 95-year-old father.
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.