As Jesus’ disciples have done for thousands of years, we get together to affirm with our hearts and minds that God is real and can be known. Pehaps most amazing of all, he is interested in us.
When are services?
10:30am - Worship
Where do you meet?
We meet just above West World near the corner of E. Bahia Dr. and N. 90th Street in the Scottsdale Airpark. As you drive down 90th St. almost to the end you will see signage for Covenant Community Church on your left. Any of our outer doors will bring you into our lobby. MAP
Where should I park?
We have parking in front of our building, and plenty of shaded parking across the cul-de-sac in the parking garage.
What should I expect?
People dress across the spectrum—our average look might be described as ‘resort casual,’ and there are no expectations on how you look. You can expect a worship service that reflects what the Church has believed and practiced for thousands of years, but applied in a way that is relevant to our life and times. While God is invisible, he is truly present in the songs we sing, his heart and mind are disclosed in the Scriptures that we read, and he is active in the lives of the people around us. Christians participate in these activities with the expectation that God will make himself known in our hearts, minds and souls.
Everyone is welcomed warmly, whether they have been at Covenant Community for years or new. If you are still coming to terms with the claims of Christ, please know that you are invited to participate to whatever degree you feel comfortable. No one expects you to affirm or sing about things you don’t believe, nor will you be forced to. If you just want to watch and listen feel free, you are more than welcome.
What about kids?
We provide a secure check-in/checkout protocol for children in the children’s wing to the left of the sanctuary. Multiple caregivers (who pass background checks and receive training) lead children 0-Pre-K in age-appropriate crafts and care. Pre-K-2nd graders typically are led out of the service just before the teaching for a time with their peers, but parents may choose to have their children in service the entire time as they wish.