On Sunday mornings, children from birth through fifth grade spend a short time in the Main Service to experience corporate worship before being dismissed to Covenant Kids. Nursery and toddler students go directly to our caring, screened, and trained staff for age appropriate lessons for the duration of the Service. Then, preschoolers and kids to 5th grade don’t sit still—but go to three classes every week! The kids get a chance to learn from teachers who specialize in their subject rather than trying to teach everything all at once.
OUTFLOW- Owning Christ’s Identity, Understanding the Truth and faith, by Living Out the Gospel as a Witness
Make Jesus known through the “3 E’s”, Equip, Educate, and Engage (through the Word)
Pursuing a Greater God Reality through Personal Growth and Manifesting the Love of Christ in our Everyday Lives in Order to bring about Citywide Transformation.
Building a Community of Young Adults Prepared to Serve, Lead, and Make God Known in the Church, and our Community by Focusing on 5 Key Areas of Life: Spiritual, Mental, Emotional, Physical and Financial Health.
College-aged youth and young professionals ages 18-35 gather in Covenant Groups of their own throughout the city at various times and locations.
In addition, they also meet Wednesday evenings at the Worship Center from 6:30- 9p.m. for fellowship, coffee, connection, worship, and spiritual sharing!
Helping people resolve internal struggles and discover true peace.
CCOP Missions is passionate about Jesus’ command, “Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation.” (Mk 16:15). We believe missions is the tangible demonstration of a loving relationship with God. It is a lifestyle of the church, both in the local region and beyond. God moves in relationships and He is blessed when we honor the uniqueness and cultural diversities of the people to whom we are called. We pursue God’s heart and develop gifts of creative expression in order to preach the Gospel and share the healing love of Jesus. We pray, sow, go, and support a variety of local and international missions.
If you would like to go on a Mission Trip with CCOP, please fill out the Mobile Team Outreach Form Found Here
The Greater Pittsburgh Area MAD DADS outreach is led by George Spencer, and stands for Men Against Destruction Defending Against Drugs and Social Disorder. It is a nationally affiliated Christian organization that prepares men to restore safe communities. Their mission is to mobilize, train and guide men to impact the issues of drugs, gangs and violence in the community.
Contact : George Spencer
Email : email@example.com
Phone : 412.371.9199
For More Info : MAD DADS
More information to come, but for any questions:
Contact Pastor Lynne Themelaras
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone : 412.731.6221 x232
Marriage & Family Ministry is comprised of two groups; Marriage Mentoring, and Home Builders. These groups provide insight and Godly counsel based on the needs of each participant. They create a safe place to share struggles and concerns.
If you are planning to get married, CCOP offers pre-marital guidance through our counseling/mentoring program. The program gives each couple effective Godly tools enabling your marriage to be the way God designed or intended it to be.
Contact : Debbie Still : 412-377-8686
Email : email@example.com
For more information, or to sign-up for Premarital Counseling, click here!
Daytime Bible Study – Worship Center
Read and study Bible verses to better understand how important every moment matters. God’s Word advises us to use our time wisely because He knows that there are many things in life that can distract us from what truly matters. Meets every 1st and 3rd Thursday from 11:45am–1:45pm
Contact : Evelyn Turocy
Phone : 412.731.9543
Never Alone Ministry Outreach
Pastor Fred and Gerry Richardson founded NAMO, for the purpose of going into nursing homes and ministering to the sick and shut in’s.
Anyone can be a part of the Never Alone Ministry Outreach.
Qualifications: Have a LOVE FOR THE LORD AND HURTING PEOPLE, so please come and see for yourself.
Email : NeverAlone@ccop.org
Contact: Lee J. Hall
Phone : 412.726.5450
Contact : Carolyn Goins
Phone : 412.781.1889
The Prison Ministry actively ministers to men who have been incarcerated. By visiting them or reaching out to their families, Prison Ministry seeks to obey the scripture in Hebrews 13:3 to remember those in prison.
Contact Pastor Tom Mitchell
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone : 412.731.6221 x220
Prime Timers bring together Senior Citizens age 65 and over. This ministry holds regular meetings and hosts events that are sure to get you out and moving. Regular meetings are every 2nd Thursday from 1-3pm at the Community Room of Beacon Hill Senior Apartments.
Contact : Merissa DeVries
Email : email@example.com
Phone : 412.731.6221 x 241
Men’s Ministry offers opportunities where men can gather together for prayer and fellowship in various settings.
Men’s Prayer is held every Tuesday morning at 5:00am at the Worship Center.
Men’s Meetings are held on the 2nd & 4th Saturdays starting at 8:00am at Wood Street.
Contact Bill Stern
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone : 412.731.6221 x162
Brothers Keepers’ mission is to develop young leaders according to Proverbs 27:17 “Iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another. Brothers Keepers seeks to impart information and experiences that help young men to develop into responsible adult males, while nurturing in them a love for God and a healthy sense of self. Priority enrollment is reserved for single-parent young men, however, any young man between the age of ten and sixteen can complete an application.
Contact : Kayla Williams
Email : BK@ccop.org
Phone : 412.342.1336
For More Info : Brothers Keepers