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400 Pleasant Street, East Bridgewater, MA 02333
Sunday Worship 10:00 am
All of our missionaries and our programs are covered with prayer. Through prayer we can become co-workers with the Lord. Prayer is not an optional extra, or a last resort. Prayer is fundamental in the Kingdom of God.
"When man works, man works; when man prays, God works."
WE SERVE THROUGH:
WE SERVE THROUGH:
Evangelical Covenant Missionaries
To find out more about Evangelical Covenant International Missions, please go to www.covchurch.org/mission.
Byron and Susan Bruckner
Covenant missionaries in Alaska with Covenant Youth of Alaska (CYAK), focusing on youth ministries with native youth. Many native leaders have been discipled through CYAK and today serve in leadership roles in Christ’s church.
Covenant missionary in Colombia since 1990. Besides church planting, Cathy is involved with Covenant KIDS, a multifaceted children's ministry. We have supported Cathy since she began her missionary service in 1990.
Fred and Kelly Prudek
Covenant missionaries to the Czech Republic. We have supported them since 1999. Fred is involved with pastoral training and leadership development. Kelly is involved with women's Bible studies, prayer groups and small groups.
Barbara Bocca Swanson
Covenant missionary in Belguim. Barbara’s focus is on refugees and asylum-seekers, working with the local congregation to develop in its role as sustainer of this ministry. We have supported Barbara since 2008.
Daniel and Andrea Kaiser
Daniel and Andrea serve Christ through Africa Revolution, a mission to orphans in Africa by helping develop African servant leaders. Daniel, Andrea and their four children plan to leave the United States for Zambia this Fall 2013. We have supported them since 2010. To find out more, please go to www.africarevolution.org.
Michael and Arielle Hewitt
Michael and Arielle have been on staff with CRU (Campus Crusade for Christ) since 2012. CRU is a campus ministry that is focused on evangelism and discipleship. Michael and Arielle are serving with CRU at several university campuses in Berlin, Germany. To find out more, please go to www.cru.org.
Other Mission Organizations
Covenant KIDS Congo
Covenant KIDS Congo is a ministry partnership between The Evangelical Covenant Church, the Covenant Church of the Democratic Republic of Congo (CEUM) and World Vision. Through this ministry, The Evangelical Covenant Church hopes to “sponsor” 40,000 children in the Equateur Province of the DRC. Our church supports seven-year old Didier so that he can receive an education, nutritious food and provide infrastructure in the community such as clean water to drink. To find our more, please go to www.covchurch.org/covenantkidscongo.
Covenant World Relief
Provides relief to suffering people all over the world. We support CWR generously through contributions and by participation in our annual Soupfest each November. To find out more, please go to http://www.covchurch.org/relief.
Operation Christmas Child
Each fall church members and friends fill shoeboxes with Christmas gifts for children in troubled areas of the world. This is a ministry through Franklin Graham's Samaritan's Purse. We have participated in Operation Christmas Child since 1977. To find out more, please go to http://www.samaritanspurse.org/what-we-do/operation-christmas-child
Science with a Mission
Science with a Mission has developed and produces medical test strips that diagnose several treatable diseases. These tests do not require electricity or expensive equipment so they can be used in remote areas. They also give results rapidly, allowing medical personnel to treat people in a timely fashion. Currently, their tests are used to diagnose eight different diseases in seventy countries around the world. Science with a Mission was founded by Alynne MacLean, a member of Covenant Congregational Church in Easton, MA and is headquartered in Sharon. To find out more, please go to www.sciencewithamission.org.
Advocacy for Victims of Abuse (AVA)
We believe that God calls us to be a voice for those who have suffered abuse and actively pursue the end of abuse in our world. Through AVA (The Evangelical Covenant Church’s initiative), we provide resources to find healing and wholeness from abuse through Christ. To find out more, please contact our Regional AVA Coordinator, Priscilla Borden, at Arachneas@aol.com or go to www.covchurch.org/abuse.
Welcome Baby Project
To find out more about Community Covenant Church or the Welcome Baby Project, please email us at: WelcomeBaby@communitycovenant.com
New England Seafarer's Mission
This organization assists seafarers in New England ports who are usually foreigners working on cruise ships hundreds of miles from home. We support New England Seafarer's Mission financially and by sending volunteers into Boston a few times a year to assist with the ministry. To find out more, please go to www.neseafarers.org.
Project Angel Tree
In 2001 we began supporting this Prison Fellowship program of providing children of prisoners with Christmas gifts over the holidays. It has been very well received by our congregation and the families of inmates. To find out more, please go to http://www.prisonfellowship.org/programs/angel-tree.
This ministry helps young men addicted to drugs and alcohol, and has a very high success rate compared to other rehab programs. Annually, the Brockton Teen Challenge Men’s Choir shares in our worship through song and testimony. We support Teen Challenge through a special offering when they share in our worship celebration. To find out more, please go to http://www.tcbrockton.org.
Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.
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