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Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church celebrates God’s grace for everyone.

We gather to worship. We equip ourselves to share faith. We send ourselves to serve.

In-Person Worship at 9:30am.  Masks required. Christian Education at 10:45am

Read about our In-Person Worship Guidelines HERE.

Online worship services information can be found here.

Online worship will continue indefinitely on Facebook and Zoom.


Our Mission

Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church celebrates God’s unbounded grace and all-inclusive love.  God gathers us in a welcoming community, with our curiosity and questions, to worship creatively, learn from God’s word, share our gifts, and deepen our faith. With grateful hearts and a spirit of adventure, we go to serve Christ in the world, sharing kindness with everyone, and working for justice rooted in God’s love.

The Reverend Dr. J. Herbert Nelson, II, Stated Clerk of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) calls us to do the work of reconciliation and redemption in our communities and in our city. At Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church we are committed to sharing God's all-inclusive love and standing with those who are victims of injustice. We invite you to join us in the work that needs to be done to join the call to remember the victims of racial violence and affirm our commitment to work together to dismantle structural racism. We are a Matthew 25 congregation.  Learn more here.

News & Notes

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The PC(USA) is joining in calls for support of legislation to grant temporary protected status (TPS) to Cameroonian nationals in the United States.

The post PC(USA) leaders support week of action for Cameroon refugees appeared first on Presbyterian Mission Agency.

The Princeton Theological Seminary community held a library dedication service Wednesday to name one of its most visible and revered buildings on campus after alumnus Theodore Sedgwick Wright, class of 1828, who was a prominent abolitionist and pastor. An unveiling of the entrance revealed “Wright Library” etched in stone.

The post Princeton Theological Seminary dedicates its library in memory of a prominent abolitionist and pastor appeared first on Presbyterian Mission Agency.

To end systemic poverty, we first must understand its root causes by asking good questions. In Latin America and the Caribbean, two good questions to ask are, “How is the land used?” and “How are the people who live on that land treated?” 

The post Land use in Latin America and systemic poverty appeared first on Presbyterian Mission Agency.