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Welcome to Covenant Church 
Our services are every Sunday morning beginning at 10:00am
We are currently in a series called “Majoring in the Minors
The last 12 books of the Old Testament (Hosea – Malachi) are known as the Minor Prophets. They are “minor” not because they are of less significance than prophets such as Isaiah or Jeremiah, but because of the length of their writings are shorter than the others. These prophets spoke and wrote through about 300 years of history from 750BC to 460BC. These were the years Israel experienced invasions, deportations, exile and the return of the remnant to the land of Israel. The prophets linked those events with issues of God-honouring politics, social justice and business ethics as they presented biblical themes of God’s love, the work of the Spirit, the Day of the Lord and the Kingdom of God. These issues and themes are as relevant to us today as they were to the people who first heard this Word from the Lord. Over the 10 weeks of the summer we will reflect on 10 of the 12. We pray that these sermons may be a major influence in your life to be obedient to the Living God and his desire for holy lives.
This Sunday - Pastor Bob Loerts
Scripture: Obadiah 1-16
Messge: "Justice on Those who do Nothing"
All are invited to worship with us. If you are new to Covenant or have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the church office or one of our Pastors. We would love to get to know you. 

Combined Summer Services at Trinity CRC

Join us each Sunday evening at 5:00pm at Trinity CRC from July 1 to September 2 as area churches combine and worship together. The series for the summer is "You Asked for It" - where questions that have been submitted will be answered. Questions about the Bible, about life and about faith. Each week a new question will be answered. We hope you will come and join us. If you have any questions, please contact the church office.  The address of Trinity CRC is 1230 Old Martindale Road, St. Catharines. 

This Sunday the question is: Does God Really Have "the One" for Me?