Worship with Us Online or In Person!
We have resumed in-person worship at 9:00 and 10:30 am on Sunday mornings! No sign-ups needed.
Online worship videos will continue to be offered. Click here to visit our YouTube channel to watch our most recent videos, or join us on Facebook at 9:00 on Sunday mornings for a premiere of our online worship video.
We practice Communion on the first Sunday of every month. Please have bread and juice (or something similar) ready to share at home, and join us online, on Facebook at 9:00am Sunday, or anytime via our website.
Worship by Phone
Anyone can call 1-608-237-1739 to listen to a recording of the most recent worship service. Contact the church office if you have questions.
Contemporary Worship 9:00 | Traditional Worship 11:00
When the building re-opens, we gather weekly to worship God together and to share with one another all of God's gracious gifts. As a congregation, we are committed to growing in faith and learning how our faith shapes our lives. Our 9:00 service is a more relaxed, casual worship experience with a piano-led band, and occasionally a guitar-led band. We also have a traditional worship service at 11:00, which features more classical music and is led by an organ. During the summer, we transition to one service at 9:30am. Our services are family-friendly, engaging, educational, and uplifting for people of all ages. We also have special programs for children in worship. As a community, we seek to listen to God's word that we might be a reflection of God's light and love to the world!
Worshipping with Music
Music ministries have been a vibrant part of our congregation's worship since our beginnings. Today, we have traditional choirs, a contemporary worship band, piano and organ-led services, and a handbell choir. We also have special recitals and music events throughout the year, including our annual Vacation Bible School musical.
Language Used in Worship
Human language cannot adequately name and describe God. In our liturgy, we may use traditional texts that refer to God as "He." However, we also strive to use language, which is both faithful to biblical truth and which does not exclude people because of gender, color, or other circumstances in life.
We use a variety of approaches to preaching the Word here at Covenant. Throughout the year, we include creative expression in worship as much as possible. This includes dramas, art, liturgical dancers, music recitals, and more!
Celebration of Holy Communion
We observe Communion on the first Sunday of every month. Following Jesus' example of sharing meals with both "sinners" and "saints," we invite all who desire to share the bread of life and cup of salvation with us. In celebrating the sacrament, we use gluten-free bread and grape juice, so that all may share with us.