Covenant Presbyterian Church is a diverse congregation.
The most unique element of Covenant – none of our differences
make a difference! Despite our differences we each share common threads in our lives. We are family.
Community Food Pantry
Monday thru Friday 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
No appointment necessary - No ID required
Covenant Presbyterian Church advocates for the hungry and unhealthy. The church runs a food pantry that furnishes community families with food and nonperishable items.
With the help of Village Presbyterian Church, we operate a bi-monthly “Musicians’ Food Pantry." It was originally created to feed Kansas City's jazz musicians. It is open to the community to provide fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, baked treats, breads, and canned goods.
COMMUNITY PANTRY STAFF
Orlandra Brown, Pantry Manager
Volunteers - Donna Lenhart, Niki Krenzel, Steve Hudson
Donations needed for homeless Light Sacks: Chapstick, lotion, Hot Hands, socks, gloves, kleenex, lunchables, granola bars, sliced deli meat, crackers, fruit, pop-top can goods and meals, and individual snacks. THANK YOU!
Covenant Community Health & Wellness
Covenant Community Health and Wellness Center is empowering our community to ensure wellness by promoting self-management of health. We can help you navigate the health care system, educate you on your health challenges and work together to set goals for a healthier you. We provide the tools and resources for our neighbors to make an impact in their own health and wellness.
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Laura Hyland, Faith Community Nurse
Orlandra Brown, Administrative Assistant
CCHWC is closed until further notice due to COVID-19.
Covenant Presbyterian Church have joined with Village Computer Ministry to upgrade and activate the Covenant Presbyterian Computer Lab. This is a joint ministry between Covenant Presbyterian and Village Presbyterian Computer Ministry.
Village Presbyterian Computer Ministry has supplied 7 newly refurbished computers with the updated Microsoft operating system and Microsoft Office. The Computer Lab has been reconfigured to facilitate the training of members of the congregation and/or community to prepare them for securing employment. The lab will also be available for the job search effort, resume’ writing, cover and thank you letters.
The Covenant computer lab/room with complete Google Fiber installation is designed to support 17 computers. Although the room will start with 7 computer stations it can expand to 17 stations as required. The room is complete with desks, chairs, conference table, and laser printer.
The program objective is to train the members of the congregation and/or the community in the use of the newest computers and programs to qualify them for future employment, job success, improved job responsibilities and advancement. The program will also include resume’ writing, cover letters and thank you letter preparation, and job interview training.
Walt Grainger will serve as the trainer of the resident leader of the Covenant Presbyterian program and will aid in the Job Search effort. Instruction manuals used for Word, Excel, Outlook, and E-mail are provided by Village Presbyterian Church.
Tony Liu, Village Computer Program Manager
Rodger Nishioka, Village Adult Ministry
Ken Smith, Village Computer Ministry Manager