Mission is not just what we do, it's a part of who we are.

"Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit..." Matthew 28:19


The good news of God’s grace and forgiveness in Jesus impacts us from the inside out, and moves us in ever-increasing circles of concern for our neighbor, our nation and our world.


Our Global Mission works through personal relationships with people who are taking the message and mercy of Jesus beyond the borders of our congregation into other parts of the United States and around the world. Our intent is to saturate the world with the knowledge of God’s salvation until every man, woman, and child on earth has repeated opportunities to hear and respond to the Good News of Jesus. Our hope is to see many becoming his followers and growing in healthy, local churches.


We focus on our featured partners, a select group of missionaries with whom we share close friendship, strategic cooperation, and significant material resources.




Through our Urban Alliance, Covenant wants to see America’s cities filled with access to the Gospel of Jesus and to plant good, Gospel-proclaiming churches that represent the beautiful ethnic diversity that Christ envisioned for His Church.  Our Aim is to contribute generously toward the planting of diverse churches in some of America’s hardest places by forming a relational alliance of support and encouragement.


Doug & Angel Logan @ Church in Hard Places, Acts 29

Ernie & Sarah Grant @ Epiphany Church, Camden, New Jersey

Joe & Kristy Marlin @ Epiphany Church, Gloucester City, New Jersey

• Issac & Vanessa Ferere @ The Font Church, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Raphael & Heidi Mnkandhla @ City Church, Williamsport, Pennsylvania

Diogo & Bianca Inawashiro @ Christ The King Church, Northeast, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania



God has given us a special compassionate concern for Zimbabwean children who have been orphaned in the

socio-economic crisis of their country, especially because of the AIDS epidemic in Africa.  In partnership with indigenous leaders, Covenant is committed to assist and resource a mission of mercy at Domboshava that adopts Zimbabwean orphans into loving, Christian homes where they are safe, fed, clothed, nurtured and discipled.


• Peter and Tsitsi Kanetsa

• Jeph and Kudzi Chifamba

• D-Kids - 17 children at Domboshava Childrens Homes


Wednesday March 17 at 7 pm on our streaming platforms for an amazing virtual event to help raise child sponsorships for the D-Kids. This event is going to be one to remember with a special update from Pastor Peter Kanetsa. We will hear how the children coped during 2020 and how the transition home is going. 


We also have an amazing testimony from Zimbabwean singer song writer Taps Mugadza. Taps has an amazing story about what life was like growing up in a Zimbabwean orphanage after being abandoned at just 2 days old. He has performed all over the world and his music videos have over 25 million views on YouTube. As talented as he is, Taps is firmly rooted in his faith in Jesus and will share with us what it looks like to trust God through the dark times. We encourage you to invite friends for an impactful night. Together we can continue to make a lasting impact in the lives of these precious children.


One of the signs of a healthy church is that some of its members rise up to become fulltime, vocational missionaries. We are pleased to support these home-grown and outside partners!


Pete & Sarah Lyon Virginia Commonwealth University

Lindsay Kimball Serge Global Missionary Care

• Matt and Andrew Jones Bold Hope

Beth Knapp Wycliffe, Central Africa


Pam D’Andre Kiev in The Ukraine

Chris and Josephine Hatch Shepherd’s Bush, London

Tim and Evie Conkling China and Southeast Asia