December 2, 2022
The winter solstice is the longest night of the year. It is the night of the year when we literally experience the most darkness before the sun starts to once again gain strength as it slowly moves through winter toward spring. Symbolically, this longest night comes to stand for our...
July 31, 2022
July 31, 2022
May 8, 2022
Each Sunday in May, Covenant’s Beautiful Minds Coalition will take a brief moment in worship highlighting an area of Mental Health that can help our congregation to support those who have a mental health concern and their loved ones. This second week of May, the BMC explores the difference between...
May 1, 2022
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Each Sunday in May, Covenant’s Beautiful Minds Coalition will take a brief moment in worship highlighting an area of Mental Health that can inform our congregation so that we can continue to support those who have a mental health concern and their loved ones....
Anxiety versus Fear, Depression versus Sadness: Sorting it Out and Does It Matter? Psalm 34:18 – The Lord is near to the brokenhearted and saves the crushed in spirit. Anxiety and Depression During Covid Over the last two years, have you asked yourself if these numbers apply to you, because...
March 27, 2022
“Shoes: A Lenten Devotional – Infomercial Style!” Mark 6:6b-13 We are gifted once again in this season of Lent to hear from one of Covenant’s Young Adults! We invite you to hear the unique way in which she invites us to view our shoes. (Adapted from Jill J. Duffield’s book,...
March 23, 2022
March 16, 2022
March 13, 2022
WOMEN’S MENTAL HEALTH Part 2 By: Kathy Simmons March is Women’s History Month or National Women’s Month, and this seems an appropriate time to talk about women’s mental health. (Men will have their month in June!) This month honoring women has been observed in the US since 1987. There...