Sunday School

Sunday school classes are on-going communities that meet for the purpose of growth in Christ through teaching and fellowship. Interactive instruction includes large and small group discussion that provides both a place to learn about God’s Word and a place to connect with members of Covenant.

Summer Book Studies

Each summer we take time to study a book together as a church. This summer (June and July) we are reading and discussing the book, The Generosity Project. We will explore the theme of God’s generosity toward us which then compels us, his people, to reflect that generosity in how we live our lives and how we spend our time, talent, and treasure. These studies are intentionally intergenerational so adults and high school students can interact with these concepts together. Books are available at a discounted price ($5) in the book nook for purchase.

Spring Classes

God’s Great Story: Biblical Theology for the People of God

Classroom: Sanctuary

From start to finish the Bible tells the story of God’s mighty and gracious acts. The drama of redemptive history begins in the garden and culminates in the dawning of the new creation, the consummation of the ages. For God’s people this story means
everything. It is the story into which God has written our lives. It is the story which makes sense of our sometimes dismaying and discouraging circumstances. It is the story which explains the way in which God made us and the purpose for which we live. This ten week course will be a guided tour through God’s great story as it is told to us in the Bible. Participants will learn how to read and understand the Bible as a unified whole and draw hope from knowing where we are and where we are going in God’s great story. This class will be taught by Pastor Todd Pruitt.


Ecclesiastes: Life in Light of Eternity

Classroom: Multi-purpose East

Ecclesiastes is for thinkers living in a fallen world. This Old Testament book bends our minds to see how life under the sun does not always play out according to our expectations. There are many times where the rules seem to not apply and decisions are not so easy and tidy. What does all this messiness truly reveal about God, ourselves, and the world? Join us as we learn how the gospel brings clarity to the muck and mire of life and even redeems all things. We will utilize material written by David Gibson from The Gospel Centered Life in the Bible series. Get your copy at our book nook. This class is taught by Pastor Aaron Roberts and RUFI Regional Director Joe Slater.


Welcome to Covenant Class

Classroom: Annex 3

If you’re not already a member, we would encourage you to join this class. Whether you have recently started attending Covenant, or have been with us for years, we hope you will considerjoining the family of believers here through membership. Scripture makes it clear that church membership is an invaluable facet of life in Christ’s kingdom, so we pray that you will consider it. Taking the Welcome to Covenant class does not bind you to membership, but it is the first step toward becoming a member. This class is taught by Pastor Burress McCombe.


The Gospel-Centered Life | La Vida Centrada en el Evangelio

Classroom: Annex 1

Lots of Christians talk about the gospel, but how many really understand the gospel and know how to apply it to their lives? This study will help participants understand how the gospel shapes every aspect of life. This bilingual class is taught by Pastor Tim Frost.

Muchos creyentes hablan sobre del Evangelio, pero ¿cuántos realmente lo entienden y saben cómo aplicarlo a sus vidas? Este estudio ayudará a sus integrantes a entender
cómo el Evangelio moldea cada aspecto de la vida. Esta clase está dirigida por el pastor Tim Frost, y será una clase bilingüe.


All Nations

Classroom: Library

This class provides a welcoming environment to connect across language and cultural differences as we visit, read the sermon’s Scripture passage, pray together and have open discussion. This class is led by several members including Kellie Grathwol, Jeremy Samsoe, and Angela Taylor.


Through the Roof Adults

Classroom: W-10

This class provides adults affected by disability with the opportunity to connect and digest God’s Word in an easy-to-understand format. Join us on the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sundays.  This class is led by members, Linda Krause, Jason Miller and Sarah Pruett.


Through the Roof Support Group

Classroom: W-10

This class provides parents, grandparents, and caregivers the opportunity to connect, share resources, and discuss challenges that come with living and caring for a child or adult with a disability. Join us on the 2nd and 4th Sundays. This class is led by members Laura Flint and Sarah Pruett.