Covenant offers several ways for college-age students to stay connected to our community no matter how far they may travel.
Every December our college-age students preach and lead worship at Covenant.
Our youth group lovingly puts together care packages for college students each semester.
College-age students can join us for our weekend retreat each summer.
Covenant hosts a College Sunday every year during most college students’ Christmas break in December. College Sunday is a special occasion where our college-age students have an opportunity to preach and lead worship.
College Care Packages
Our youth group lovingly puts together care packages for all of our college students for the fall and spring semesters. We also invite everyone at Covenant to write a note to our students to wish them good luck on their exams and to let them know that we are thinking about them.
If you would like to send a note or gift to one of our college students, please contact our church office.
Each summer our college-age students take a trip together for a weekend retreat. The weekend is spent talking about faith, college and work. It also allows our students to catch up with one another, and for some students, to get to know a new group of friends who will support them throughout their college journey and beyond.
Frequently Asked Questions
When is College Sunday?
Can I help with the college care packages?
Yes, there are several ways to be involved with the care packages we send to college students in the fall and spring. You can contact the church office for a list of names that you can use to write notes and well wishes. You can also send small gifts or gift cards to be included in the care packages. Please contact our Director of Youth Ministry so that we can ensure we have enough space for your gifts!
How do I add my someone's name to the list of college students?
We typically send care packages only to college students who are members or regular visitors of Covenant. If you are a new member, please get in touch with our Director of Youth Ministry if you have a college student in your immediate family.