Our church first planted on this site in 1837. Since then, we've built three church buildings and renovated the one we currently use several times, it being built in the early 1900's.
Although cultures and styles have come and gone, our love for Jesus and our community is as strong now as it's ever been.
Each of us have a story and here at Covington Christian Church, we believe that there are four keys to discovering your role in Gods story. Know God, Find Freedom, Discover Your Purpose and Play Your Role
Our Vision: Strengthen the Church, Reach the World
Our Mission: Know God, Find Freedom, Discover Your Purpose and Play Your Roll
The Essentials We Believe:
We believe the Bible to be the inspired and only infallible, authoritative Word of God from Genesis to Revelation.
We believe that there is one God, Creator of all, eternally existent in triunity: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
We believe in the deity of Jesus Christ sent by God for the salvation of man. We believe in His Virgin Birth, His sinless life, His miracles, His vicarious and atoning death through His shed blood, His bodily resurrection, His ascension to the right hand of God, and His personal return in power and glory.
We believe in the present ministry of the Holy Spirit, who dwells in us as Christians enabling us to live a godly life, become a new creation, and have a spirit of power.
We believe that man is created in the image of God, but fallen in sin. Therefore, salvation is necessary for lost and sinful humanity. Faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior is the only way to come into a right relationship with God through confession, repentance, and forgiveness.
We believe in eternal life. For the saved, eternity with Christ in heaven. For the unsaved, eternity separated from Christ in hell.
We believe God calls us to be His Church; to accept the cost and joy of discipleship, to faithfully serve Him and others, and to proclaim the gospel to all the world.
We believe in the scriptural practices of the early church. We hold to the practice of water baptism and the partaking of Communion. Neither of these practices are essential for salvation, but in obedience they serve as a demonstration of our living faith in Christ.