Covenant Baptist Church Welcomes Mr. Bob Ivory, Director of Students of Promise USA, President of Ivory
Educational Consulting Group for Youth Day, Sunday, June 10th,
11:00 a.m., 2018!
Covenant Baptist Church Welcomes Mr. Bob Ivory, Director of Students of Promise USA, President of Ivory Educational Consulting Group for Youth Day, Sunday, June 10th, 11:00 a.m., 2018!
Mr. Bob Ivory, Director, Students of Promise USA
On Sunday, June 10th, 2018 during the 11:00 a.m. Worship Service, Covenant is excited to welcome Mr. Bob Ivory to speak for our Annual Youth Day Celebration. A man of God, an entrepreneur, community leader and a champion in advocating and developing programs for at-risk youth, Bob has a message that will not only inspire but motivate the youth of today to be all that they can be to the glory of God! We invite ALL families and youth to join us for this special occasion. Lunch will be served immediately following worship. We hope to see you there!!! For more information, call the Covenant church office at 216-303-9790.
"Healthy Temples: Supporting Healthy Minds, Bodies and Spirits..." June 9th,
11th - 13th, 2018...
11th - 13th, 2018...
Covenant Baptist Church, in collaboration with the Cleveland Clinic Faith + Health Cooperative will hold our 2nd annual "Healthy Temples: Supporting Healthy Minds, Bodies and Spirits" initiative:
Saturday, June 9th, 2018 (Registration necessary)
Monday, June 11th - Wednesday, June 13th
(Click on flyer above for details)
We will also collaborate with Ohio SNAP-Ed Colleges of Food and Environmental Sciences & Education and Human Ecology to provide "Healthy" prepared meals from the cooking demonstration on Saturday, June 9th, as well as to provide groceries to prepare those meals at home, for 50 class participants.
Covenant's own "1 G" (Aristide Smith, Jr.) and Covenant Associate Minister, Rev. Raymon Reed, along with a dietitian from SNAP will lead the cooking class!
It is our hope to reach 50 individuals in need in the Greater Euclid area for this event. Interested persons should register with the CCF online by clicking on the flyer above. Participants can also contact Dr. Jacquelyne Bailey, Ph.D at firstname.lastname@example.org
They may also email Pastor Chris Smith directly at Revcsmith1@cs.com or call and leave a message at Covenant,
Welcome to Covenant Baptist Church!!!
Covenant "Friends and Family Day, 2018"
On Sunday, March 11th, 2018, Covenant celebrated friends and family day. Our newest associate minister, Rev. Raymon Reed served as the speaker for the day. Following a beautiful worship experience, members and friends enjoyed a delicious meal prepared by "1st G," Aristide Smith, Jr. and Sister Cecelia Jones, Covenant Hospitality Chairperson.
Covenant Senior Pastor makes history at PNBC MWR...
Pastor Chris, Bro. Aristide and the Rev. Dr. E.G. Shields, Jr., Vice President (Regional President) of the PNBC MWR
Pastor Chris and Bro. Aristide, along with Rev. Dr. David Hunter (PNBC MWR Ohio Fellowship President) and Rev. Raimon Prince, PNBC MWR Pastor and delegate
Bro. Aristide Smith, Jr., "1st G" introducing Pastor Chris
Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018 marked a historic moment in the life of the Progressive National Baptist Midwest Region Convention. During it's 55th Annual Session, held in Indianapolis, Indiana, Pastor Chris Smith was the first woman in the PNBC MWR history to preach the opening session! This particular time is set aside for the previous year's host to preach. Since Pastor Smith hosted the PNBC MWR the prior year (also historic - a woman had never HOSTED the convention), she was slated for this honor. Her sermon subject was, "Who Was Malchus?" taken from Luke 22: 47-53; John 18: 4-11. Her message focused upon the little known slave of the high priest who after having his ear cut off was healed by Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane. Only one of the Gospels mentions his name which being interpreted means, "King." The name given to him, most probably by his mother may have been a reminder to him that his present condition did not dictate the essence of his being. Though called, "slave," he had another name!
"Expect great things from God and attempt great things for God"
"To be a strong , vibrant, evangelistic and
disciple making ministry"
Teaching, Evangelizing, Accountable, Making a difference for the Kingdom!