Below is a letter from ECC president Gary Walter, for distribution at congregational 2014 annual meetings.
The Covenant Yearbook is an annual directory of Covenant entities with addresses and additional information, including Annual Meeting documents, ECC Constitution, rules for the Ordered Ministry, World Mission areas, the year’s necrology, ministerium minutes, and a directory of Covenant affiliations and institutions. Continue Reading »
This full color booklet presents the mission and ministry of the Evangelical Covenant Church and is intended as an inspiration and information piece for the budgeting process of the local church. The Covenant Mission and Ministry Report (formerly “Shared Ministry Brochure”) is an invitation to you as a church to share with the whole faith family of the Evangelical Covenant Church in prayer and financial support for the ministry that all of us do together in Christ’s name here at home and around the world. Continue Reading »
Reports and documents from the 127th Annual Meeting of the Evangelical Covenant Church (2012) can be downloaded or viewed using the links below. Continue Reading »
This style guide has been developed by the Department of Communication, which administers it on behalf of the Evangelical Covenant Church. Standards outlined here take precedence over individual office and institutional standards. Continue Reading »
This document is the Final Report of the Organizing for Mission task force, approved by the Covenant Executive Board at its October 2011 meeting. Continue Reading »
Reports and documents from the 126th Annual Meeting of the Evangelical Covenant Church (2011) can be downloaded or viewed using the links below. Continue Reading »
Housing the Sacred reflects veteran Covenant pastor Glen Wiberg’s high understanding of the sermon and liturgy – the space created by language for the sacred, where people are transformed as they encounter God. Challenging pastors to approach the task of preaching with respect and humility, Wiberg offers insights into the creative and intellectual process of developing a sermon, including the various steps along with a sample of his own work. Continue Reading »