Posts tagged ‘Central’

Memorial Service Date Set for Donald C. Frisk

CHICAGO, IL (August 10, 2010) – A memorial service for Donald C. Frisk will be conducted on Sunday, September 12, at North Park Covenant Church. Continue Reading »

News Briefs: Covenanters Making Headlines

CLYDE, KS (August 6, 2010) – Gary Carlson, a member of the Brantford Evangelical Covenant Church, will serve as coordinator for the Midwest Conference’s partnership with Mountain Village Covenant Church in Alaska. Continue Reading »

News Briefs: Covenanters Making Headlines

LAKE GENEVA, WI (July 30, 2010) – A recent walk sponsored by Covenant Harbor Bible Camp and Conference Center to raise funds for Break the Chains proved to be an educational outreach as well as a way to raise funds. Continue Reading »

Safety Concerns No Deterrent to Orphan Ministry

CHIHUAHUA, MEXICO (July 22, 2010) – Building what they say will be the largest orphanage in Latin America makes living in one of the most dangerous areas of Mexico worth the risk to personal safety, say Quinn and Lisa Seaman. Continue Reading »

Memorial Service Planned for Donald C. Frisk

CHICAGO, IL (July 20, 2010) – A memorial service for Donald C. Frisk, 99, “the theologian of the Covenant,” will be conducted at North Park Covenant Church in early September. Frisk died this morning. Continue Reading »

Covenanter Awarded in Honor of Slain Officer

CHICAGO, IL (July 16, 2010) – Officer Michael Chatham says he hopes to live up to the honor of being the first recipient of the Thor Soderberg Leadership Award—named for his Police Academy instructor who was shot to death last week. Continue Reading »

Visitors Impressed with Anti-Violence Ministries

CHICAGO, IL (July 2, 2010) – A visit by the leaders of two international Evangelical Covenant churches to the anti-domestic violence ministry Wellspring Center of Hope on Tuesday was inspiring for everyone, participants said. Continue Reading »

News Briefs: Covenanters Making Headlines

ST. PAUL, MN (July 1, 2010) – The African American Ministers Association (AAMA) recently recognized newly appointed Pacific Southwest Conference Superintendent Efrem Smith and 12 of its members who were ordained – the largest number of African American members being ordained at one time. Continue Reading »

VBS Outreach with a Multicultural Flavor

GLENVIEW, IL (June 29, 2010) – After Glenview Covenant Church closed two years ago, the members each started attending various congregations that became their new church homes, but the cooperative ministry that began with the Glenview Korean Covenant Church, who rented the building, continues. Continue Reading »

Glenview VBS Photos

GLENVIEW, IL (June 29, 2010) – Following are additional photos from the VBS program at the Glenview Korean Covenant Church. Continue Reading »