There are seasons in life when you could use a little extra care, support, and direction! Maybe you're hurting after a loss, trying to get a handle on your finances, or want to break free from a habit that is holding you captive. You need a secure place to heal and grow, some trusted advisors to provide counsel or accountability, or maybe you are looking for God’s perspective as you face a challenging transition or circumstance.


We have a number of caring and skilled individuals available to provide 1-to-1 Care. Whether it’s a Stephen Minister, Elder, member of the Deaconate (officially empowered care team members of Covenant), Care Team, Staff member. or helping you find a professional counselor, you don’t have to struggle alone.


Thursdays | 7:00pm


It is our desire for this to be a “Room of Grace” - -a place where you will find unconditional love and acceptance without judgement; a safe and confidential place for anyone who is hurting, confused or struggling and looking for some peace and sanity in their life. We want to help you experience freedom from addictive, compulsive and dysfunctional behaviors. This freedom creates peace, serenity, joy and, most importantly, a stronger personal relationship with God and others.


We have been partnering with local schools to support those in the Central Bucks School District to provide much needed food for families in need. Every age is welcomed to help us prep food for distribution and anyone can donate via the yellow boxes in front of church offices. We have many volunteer opportunities for different ages and abilities during September - June.


Volunteer Opportunities

September - Junem





We have a number of caring and skilled individuals who are trained and commissioned to provide 1-to-1 care for those experiencing difficult life situations in our congregation and community. Sometimes life comes at you hard and we want to help you walk through individual challenges that are ongoing.

If you are facing a particularly difficult season of life and need someone to help walk with you through it, please reach out.


Become A Stephen Minister: Learn what it means to become a Stephen Minister. Someone who is trained, and commisioned to provided 1-to-1 lay caring ministry to people experiencing life difficulties in our congregation and community. Click below to learn more.



The Code Blue Project provides overnight shelter when the temperature is below 26 degrees or there is a prediction of excessive precipitation. If you or someone that you know is in need of shelter when the weather becomes threatening, please call the The Coalition to Shelter and Support the Homeless who is running The Code Blue Project to help find a location, ride, or volunteer to help.


The Code Blue Project season runs from December 1 through March 31.




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