We know visiting a new church can be intimidating.
Whether you've never been to church a day in your life, or you've been attending one all your life- you probably have a few questions. We've done our best to answer some of them before you walk through the door.
Where do we meet?
Our church is located at 4550 Centennial Lane, Ellicott City, Maryland, 21042, and we share the property with the Soccer Association of Columbia (SAC). Follow the long driveway until you see our campus on the right.
When do we meet?
Our worship service takes place every Sunday at 10:30am and lasts for about 70 minutes.
What do I wear?
There is no dress code for attending services at Covenant. Some attendees dress casually and some dress up. You are free to come exactly as you are, so wear whatever makes you comfortable.
What happens when I arrive?
When you arrive on campus, you will see several signs that will guide you to our parking lot. Since we share a driveway with the soccer fields, we recommend arriving a few minutes early to make sure you don’t feel rushed. After that you'll make your way into the main lobby where one of our greeters can answer any questions you may have, point you to the coffee bar, and show you to the auditorium.
What about my kids?
If it's your first time, we typically recommend arriving 15 minutes early to register your child. With help from our greeters, you'll find the children's check-in area where you can register your kids from birth through 5th grade. We know Sunday mornings can be rushed, so we invite you to pre-register your kids here to save you some time. Our children's ministry team does an incredible job. Each member has been specially trained, received a background check, and has a heart to share Christ with children.
What are services like?
At the beginning of each service, our band leads the congregation in a couple songs.
After a welcome, greeting, and offertory led by one of our pastors, you will experience Biblical teaching that impacts your life no matter where you are on your spiritual journey.
Because we believe that the most important part of the service is how people connect and respond to God, we have created an extended time of response led by the band after the message to allow you time and space to discern what it is God has been saying to you.
At the conclusion of each service, our pastor gives a practical takeaway to the congregation, and people hang at their leisure to fellowship with one another.