Our Purpose:  At Covington Presbyterian Church we SEEK ways to better understand and share God’s good news of salvation offered by Jesus Christ.  We shall STRIVE to be living examples of His love for our congregation as well as local and global communities .  We SHARE our wealth, time talents and faith with those in need.  We SERVE our neighbors as Christ calls us to do.

This Sunday, April 29,  the fifth Sunday of Easter,  Rev. Sims will preach on “Resurrection Roots And Fresh Fruits”  – John 15: 1 – 8

“We, the branches have our roots in the resurrection of Christ.  If we are to bear fresh fruits, we must embrace our roots and fertilize with divine love.”



The Pastor’s Bible Study will meet this Friday, April 27, at 12:30 at CPC. The Rev. Zac Ritchie will lead the study and we will be discussing the prophets Obadiah and Jonah.  Please bring your lunch and join us for this study.  


May 1 is GIVE NOLA DAY!  All 5 of CPC’s local mission partners are participating and ask for our help.  You may give to one or all.  Our mission partners are Northshore Food Bank, Family Promise of St. Tammany, Habitat for Humanity St. Tammany West, STAIR, and Evergreen Life Services. 


Remember, our 2018  goal is to contribute 9,000 pounds to the Northshore Food Bank.   Right now we are just over 4,000 pounds.  In addition to food, your $$$ contributions count at $1/pound.  So contribute generously … $ or lbs.   





In the month of May, our CPC Youth will be holding two fundraisers for their upcoming summer trips to Montreat and Mo Ranch!  Word about town is that BOB PANEK will be cooking BREAKFAST and there will be a SILENT AUCTION!  Stay tuned for details.  

Please remember to support our Youth.  


Our own Dakota Jenkins will assist in conducting the Southeastern Louisiana University Chorus, Concert Choir and Women’s Chorale along with the Northshore Choral Society this Sunday, April 29.  They will perform “A Day of Coronations,”  at St. Joseph’s Abbey, 74376 River Road in St. Benedict.  

This free performance is scheduled for 2:30 p.m.

Let’s all support Dakota!


This Sunday, April 29, we will honor its High School Graduates.  Please notify the CPC office if you have a graduating senior.



The St. Peter Catholic Church Parish Fair will be held April 27-29, 2018. In addition, there will be a wedding on Saturday night, April 28, 2018 at CPC.  Please plan accordingly!


Our newest members are our Confirmation class.   Pictured from left to right are Eil Wirtz, Abby Wirtz, Georgia Boushie, Addison Sims, Landon Cuevas, Grant Voyles, Austin Sledge and Taylor Sledge.  

  • Also joining recently were Stephanie Mize, Thelma Stallcup and Linda Stewart.    We are pleased to have you in the CPC congregation.