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  • Charlotte Mason Community School

    Charlotte Mason Community School

    Charlotte Mason Community School is a significant partnership between two Covenant Churches in Detroit, Michigan to address the critical issue of education in Detroit. Messiah Covenant Church has housed and supported the school through its first 10 years. Recently, Citadel of Faith Covenant Church purchased a school building that will provide the school with a larger and more appropriate home. We are in the process of raising funds to get the Citadel building up to state certification in order to […]

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  • The Rock VIP

    The Rock VIP

    Hall of Fame rock star Alice Cooper and his wife, Sheryl, discuss the opening of their Solid Rock Foundation’s teen center, which shares a building and is operated in partnership with Genesis Covenant Church. To learn more about Genesis Covenant Church, click here. To Learn more about Alice Cooper’s Solid Rock nonprofit organization, click here. To watch the Covenant’s video curriculum series about compassion, mercy, and justice, click here.

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  • Wheels of Hope

    Wheels of Hope

    Wheels of Hope is a partnership between Rolling Hills Covenant Church, Zambikes, The Fred Jordan Mission, and Women Ministries that trains and employs men in Skid Row Los Angeles to weld bicycle ambulances that are sent to save live in the Democratic Republic of Congo. To watch the Covenant’s video curriculum series about compassion, mercy, and justice, click here.

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  • New Orleans Today

    Nearly 100% of New Orleans housing in the Lower 9th Ward and St. Bernard Parish was destroyed by Katrina. Now, 6 years later, the damage is still there and less then half of the residents have returned. The Well Covenant Church (in Corvallis Oregon), decided to fly to New Orleans and help rebuild a home. They contacted The St. Bernard Project, a nonprofit organization that rebuilds homes devastated by Katrina. Volunteers from the Well Covenant Church were introduced to local […]

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