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Dear Friends and Visitors,

I am so glad you stopped by our site. Perhaps Jesus is drawing you to a new place in life, or perhaps you are feeling lost in a world of crazy chaos. Whatever your state, I know that we can be a place to help you find comfort, rest, and divine joy in Jesus Christ.

We are a community of people like you and your family. We come together because we need what God offers, namely his love and healing. We are not perfect people. In fact, we openly talk about our problems. But we have found the place and person of rest is Christ. Therefore, we are passionate about being a place and people who gather around his love and grace.
Each week we sing songs that have depth and meaning. Expressing our heart's needs and desires through music.
We hear the living God speak to us in his word, which washes over us in reading and preaching. Also, in keeping with the worldwide church's history, we celebrate Christ's Supper meal each week. What we need most is that every part of the worship service--what we call a dramatic encounter with God--is Christ-centered, historically rooted, and saturated with Scripture.

What you will experience is our heartfelt belief that the Church should be a unique experience. You should encounter and receive something you can't get at the local store. In a world filled with homogenous consumer places, true worship is not surface deep; it is something that divinely drives to the soul.
So please join us. We believe you will be enabled to find your place in our community.

If you have any questions before or after visiting, please do not hesitate to email ChrisStevensCovenant@gmail.com

- Pastor Dr. Chris Stevens


When visiting a new church, there are many emotions and questions. At Covenant Reformed, we want to warmly welcome you and help make your visit a time when you encounter God above all else. First and foremost you will be in a house immersed in the gospel of Jesus Christ.


At Covenant Reformed, we worship God with all we are. We bring emotions–hurts and joys–and our preferences. However, we don't want our personal preferences to distract from meaningful encounters with the triune God. Therefore, the music's lyrics that are meaningful, impactful, and biblically accurate. We sing songs and hymns that span over 2,500 years of church history!


We love children, and God loves them too. All ages are welcome in our Sunday Services. Therefore, we encourage parents to include  children in worship as part of the church community. However, we understand the need for wiggles. If it is easier, we have a staffed nursery for our youngest children to play safely.

What to Wear?

We all wear clothes, right? At Covenant Reformed, you will see folks dressing fancy and frugal. You will even see Pastor Chris wearing a robe that makes him look like Harry Potter! The important thing is bringing a heart desiring to encounter God.

Coffee & Pot-Providence

Meaningful fellowship is how communities are discipled. Every morning we have a self-service coffee station. After Sunday morning worship, we share a meal together as a community. We lovingly call this "pot-providence."

Why is the Pastor dressed like Harry Potter?

Depending on your background, a minister wearing a robe may be unusual.
The Robe Hides the Man
We live in a distracted world and Sunday mornings you don't need to be distracted by what he is wearing. A pastor doesn't need an expensive suit, a Hawaiian shirt, or his favorite camo pattern. A simple black robe remove these distractions and focuses on Christ.
The Robe Emphasizes the Office
People wear uniforms. A police officer, a mechanic, and a judge wear uniforms signaling their office and function. Likewise, a pastor's robe functions to focus on the worship service. He is serving as a one called by Christ to proclaim the word to his people ( Eph. 4:11-12; 1 Thes. 5:12-17). As an ambassador for Christ (2 Cor 5:20), Pastor Chris wears the robe to highlight to everyone that the pulpit and its message belong to Christ.
A Robe is Historical
 Protestant pastors have worn robes for centuries. The Old Testament covenant ministers, prophets, and the Ancient church pastors all wore robes.
While many modern pastors look like a used-car salesperson, or a friendly guy next door, we embrace church history.

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