The members of Covenant Presbyterian Church are advocates. They advocate for peace in our homes, in our church, our community and our world. They are active participants in Swope Corridor Renaissance and Concerned Clergy; they serve in leadership positions in their neighborhoods and on community activist organizations.
Covenant Presbyterian Church advocates for the hungry and unhealthy. The church runs a food pantry that furnishes community families with canned goods and nonperishable items. With the help of Village Presbyterian Church we run a biweekly food pantry for the city's jazz musicians. During the winter we sponsor a coat closet for those in need of warm clothes. In 2017 Covenant opened the Covenant Community Health and Wellness Center.
We advocate for equality for all people regardless of race, social economic condition, handicap, sexual preference or gender. We believe we are all God's people and that we are all responsible for the fair and equitable treatment of each other. All people are welcome at Covenant.
As a congregation we actively support the CROP Walk, Swope Corridor/Upper Room Summer Academic Program. We register voters in our office and actively corespond with elected officials on social justice issues.