Why do we serve?

As Covenant Community members, we commit to willingly serve when needed. We strive to properly manage the resources God has given us including our time, body, spiritual gifts and talents, attitudes, finances, and possessions. We are called to not only serve, but to serve sacrificially, cheerfully, actively, and voluntarily.

God has designed us with unique qualities and abilities. No matter your strength and season in life, there is a place for you to plug in and serve. Contact any ministry leader to get involved so that together we can show off the glory of Christ in every area of life.

“Now as we have many parts in one body, and all the parts do not have the same function, in the same way we who are many are one body in Christ and individually members of one another.”

 

Romans 12:4-5

2 Become One

Impacts the lives of pre-engaged and married couples with the reality that Jesus must be the center of their relationship.

Ministry Leader(s): Jon and Mary Johnson

Biblical Counseling

Provides free Biblical Counseling to individuals and couples in need of Biblical direction, guidance and help as a part of their process to grow and mature in Christ.

Ministry Leader: Brandon Peterson

College Connect

Connects students to Christ, His church for discipleship and His mission; so that disciples are made on the campus, in the community and in the world for the glory of Jesus.

Ministry Leader: Michael Bates

Communion

Serves the corporate fellowship of believers by preparing (women) and distributing (men) the communion elements during our weekly gatherings so that the sacrifice of Christ may be central and highly exalted.

Ministry Leader(s): Kristi West and Harold Hairston Jr.

Community Table: Food Co-Op

Reaches our neighbors with the gospel through sharing food and building Christ-centered community.

Ministry Leader(s): Enoque and Anna Panzo

DOXA: Worship Through Song

Through theologically rich, gospel-centered, culturally relevant music, DOXA invites all people to behold the glory of God through Jesus Christ and to respond to Him in worship.

Ministry Leader: Aaron Johnson

Emmaus Road: Youth Ministry

Exists to help Middle and High School students get connected to Jesus, commit to His church, and be commissioned as missionaries to their local schools.

Ministry Leader: Vernon Mobley, Jr.

Epiphany Kidz

Assists parents in the discipleship of their children by steering them towards the things of God.

Ministry Leader: Tamika Sloan

Harvesters

Ministers to those who respond to altar calls during gatherings by sharing the gospel, assisting in their acceptance of Christ, and helping to plug them into the church body.

Ministry Leader: Rashida Brooks

Hospitality

Ensures Jesus is reflected in how the congregation and visitors are welcomed and served at gatherings.

Ministry Leader: Stephanie Gibson

Media Arts & Production

Aims to effectively communicate the mission of Epiphany Fellowship by creating (design), displaying (presentation), and sharing (social media) culturally relevant media to reach our church community and beyond.

Ministry Leader: Jasmine Corrie

Newmanity: Men’s Ministry

Seeks to build up men who make submitting to Jesus’ intent for manhood a priority.

Ministry Leader: Mark Lyons

Salt: Women’s Ministry

Desires to fill women with the Word to be poured out into the world. (Matthew 5:13)

Ministry Leader: Sarita Lyons

Security

Protects the church and its people so that the body is free to worship without fear of harm.

Ministry Leader: Saleem Potter

Woke Church

Applies gospel-centered principles to combat issues of inequality in urban communities across various disciplines.

Ministry Leader: Tiffany Gill