Intro to Covenant
Intro to Covenant is a great way to get to know Covenant Church of Naples, and consists of five 11/2 hour sessions held on Sunday mornings for your convenience. By signing up for Intro to Covenant, you are under no obligation to join the church but it’s a great way to understand what we believe and our mission, and how we live out that mission as we worship, grow, serve & go! Elder interviews will be scheduled separately after the last class.
Want to Know More About Covenant?
New Intro to Covenant class begins Sunday, October 28, 2018!
Click here to register for the opening lunch--no obligation! NOTE: No Intro Class on Nov. 25th
10/28 12:30 PM (includes a light lunch, free)
11/4 11 AM-12:15 PM
11/11 11 AM-12:15 PM
11/18 11 AM-12:15 PM
12/2 11 AM-12:15 PM
Questions? Contact Mary Wingrove, (239) 450-1018, CLICK HERE to register for the luncheon. Lunch is in Fellowship Hall South and the other classes are in FH222.
A Little Bit About Our History...
In July of 1965, a group of pioneers began a new church in Naples. This handful of mostly senior citizens held their first gatherings in a house on a two-lane road in the agricultural land north of downtown. Folks said that they were crazy to buy land so far out of town. They could have hardly imagined that Naples would grow so large that they’d be at its epicenter, that the two-lane road would become a major thoroughfare, and their house turns into an eye-popping campus with stunning buildings and a congregation that is impacting the whole world with one of the most significant mission programs in America.
In its more than fifty years, Covenant Church of Naples / PCA has become a bridge, offering a vibrant gospel message of the Cross, taking people across the gulf that separates sinful people from a Holy God. Covenant is a bridge that takes mission resources and missionaries from here to people across the street and around the world.
Like every bridge, Covenant is anchored in the past, taking us from where we have been. It is anchored in the future, taking us to where we must go. At this fifty-year anniversary, we look back with nostalgia and gratitude at what God has done. We remember the pastors who have poured their lives into this church: Dr. George Knight, Dr. Robert Palmer, Reverend James Conrad, and Dr. Bob Petterson. We think of so many associate pastors, staff, elders, deacons, and committed parishioners who have given their lives and resources to a vision that Covenant could bring the grace and healing of Christ to Naples, America, and the world. We stand on the shoulders of these consecrated servants. Their prayers and labors enrich us today.