Welcome to the oldest new church in Covington

"FOLLOWING THE WAY OF JESUS TOGETHER."

This church near you would love to meet you!

We are located one-half block south of the intersection of Kent Kangley Rd (272nd Street) and SE Wax Rd. The church building is located on the east side of SE Wax Rd. across the street from McDonald's.

 

Adult Discovery Hour | 10:00 A.M. 

Studying Together the Way of Jesus

Worship | 11:00 A.M.

Kids start with families in worship and are dismissed to The Grove after the Kid's Message

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(253) 631-9090


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    WE ARE AN OLD CHURCH

    Covington Community Church of the Brethren began as a group of Christians who gathered in the early days of Covington. They met in a coal mine break room. Then they met in a chicken coop. Then these believers built a building with their own hands, with lumber milled from local trees. All this took place decades before the strip malls and traffic that are so much a part of the landscape of Covington.

    BUT WE ARE A NEW CHURCH

    After almost closing in 2009, we are experiencing a rebirth. So while our building is old, our family of faith is new. Most of us have been here less than a few years. We are finding new life in Christ, mending what is broken, and partnering with our community. We are a lot like "stone soup:" an eclectic, earnest, imperfect, hospitable, fixer-upper-group of people who are trying to follow Jesus together.

    We are seeking to follow the Way of Jesus: Simply. Peacefully. Together.

     

    Kid's Ministry

    Covington Community Church cares for kids and families. We have developed a new kid's ministry to serve our children and families! Because our kids are a valued part of our church, we involve them in at least part of our Sunday worship each week before they head to The Grove for something just for them.

    Today We Offer the Following:

    • Childcare for Infants to Pre-K is offered during the 10:00 A.M. Adult Study and our 11:00 A.M. Sunday Worship Service. 
    • During our 11:00 A.M. Sunday worship, our children are dismissed to "The Grove" for their own special activities following a kid's message to enjoy a Bible story, prayer and learning activities.  
    • Copies of our "Safe Church & Child Protection Policy" are available upon request.

     

    Special Family Events in Covington

    We have several events throughout the year

    Ginger Bread House Decorating Party, Christmas Pageant, Family Camps. Visit our Calendar page for more.

    Stay Tuned: Sign up for our monthly newsletter and check back on our website for more Family & Children ministry and events to come!

    Christian Formation

    We have several opportunities for Christian formation

    • Discovery Study -- 10:00 A.M. - 10:45 A.M.

    We meet every Sunday Morning for our Discovery Study for adults.  We study scripture and pray together. All are welcome to join.

    • "The Grove" for children -- 11:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.

    Children 5 years old to 6th Grade head off to "The Grove" following a kid's message to participate in their own Kid's Church time. Children enjoy a creative and engaging time of bible study, prayer and crafts. 

    • Midweek Discovery Bible Study -- 7:30 P.M. - 8:30 P.M.

    Our Midweek Bible Study meets on Wednesdays in 2016 to dig into the parables and other teachings of Jesus.

    • Gospel Reading Plan for 2016

    Our congregational theme for 2016 is "The Way of Jesus". Pastor Mark has developed a daily Gospel reading plan which takes the reader through the four Gospels and The Revelation by year's end.

    Caring for our Community

    It is important to us at Covington Community Church to extend God's grace to our neighbor and to bring the light and life of Christ where we can. Here is a glimpse of some of the community ministries & services we are currently involved in:

    The Storehouse -- We work with other Covington-area churches to provide food to local families who need assistance. We collect supplies for The Storehouse every third Sunday.

    Homeless Support -- We support local families & individuals who need a meal, and we also help supply health/hygiene items for KentHOPE in Kent (women & children's day shelter) and Union Gospel Mission in Seattle (men's shelter).

    Disaster Ministries -- Working with other churches across the country, we work to rebuild homes & lives after disaster strikes.

    Grief Share Support Group -- We have a grief support group open to our entire community. Our next unit begins in September.

    Missions -- In addition to our local ministry support, we also support Evan & Jackie Happel in their work with Community Northwest as well as Lybrook Ministries, a Brethren mission on the Navajo Nation in New Mexico.

    Recovery -- We provide space for four recovery/support groups who meet in our facility. We have a Thursday women's group that meets at 10 am and 5:30 pm as well as a Friday night and Sunday night open group that meets at 7 pm.

    Our Community Care team will be looking into other opportunities to connect our congregation to our community. While we can't do everything, we should do what we can -- for God's glory & our neighbor's good.