Faith Formation at Home

Nourishing the spiritual development of God’s people engaged with the Covenant Community

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A prayer for ourcommunity

We give thanks, then, for the promise of our faith—that the Lord God will bless and keep us, the risen Christ is with us, and the Holy Spirit connects us with believers near and far. We take comfort and inspiration from the example of the earliest believers, who “spent much time together in the temple” and “broke bread at home … with glad and generous hearts” (Acts 2:46). As we anxiously track the news in these times—with numbers of new cases, numbers of persons who have died, and numbers of those who are recovering—we remember the good news of the gospel: “And day by day the Lord added to their number those who were being saved” (Acts 2:47).

from Presbyterian Mission, Theology, & Evangelism

Dailydevotions and prayers

D 365 App has been posting daily devotions since 2006, reflecting a new theme based upon the Revised Common Lectionary each week. It is designed to inspire readers to live a relevant faith in a changing and complex world. The mobile app contains the same five devotional steps as the website: Pause, Listen, Think, Pray and Go. These steps allow the user to encounter Christ, reflect on scripture and receive encouragement to live out their faith.

From Covenant Member Ann Williams: “With this app you can read the scripture for the day along with a timely message for what is happening in our world and how you might apply that to your life.  You can also listen to original d365 music which accompanies the readings.  I have found this app to be very inspiring and helpful during this time. Plus it is free to download!”

The Daily Prayer App

The PC(USA) Office of Theology and Worship has developed a smartphone app for daily prayer. The Daily Prayer app provides simple, yet rich devotional resources for morning, midday, evening, and close of day. Each service includes psalms and readings from the confessions. Other elements include opening and closing words, biblical canticles, a thanksgiving for light and a prayer of confession. An advanced features menu allows users to customize which elements appear.

Faith at Home

The devotions on this site have been written to focus on the practices of reading, reflecting, and responding. Use them with friends or family to help you deepen your experience of faith experience from Monday to Saturday.

Information onCOVID-19

Stay up-to-date with the latest church news from PC(USA)

A curated list of resources to help us cope with the emotional impact of the pandemic and to support our resilience

Mental Health Resources

Ideas to enhanceremote worship and fellowship

Light a candle as you begin worshiping with our Interactive Bulletins.

The light is another way we can remind ourselves that we are united together through faith.

Join our Sunday morning “after-worship” Zoom coffee hour at 11:00 AM each week.

Look for Zoom meeting information in church email communication or contact for details.

Consider gathering remotely through group telephone calls or videoconferencing applications as a way to stay in touch.

Covenant 8 groups could easily gather using a little bit of technology, and enjoy hearing or seeing other members of our Covenant Community!

Fun First Friday! Starting on June 5th, 2020, we will be having Zoom intergenerational gatherings every first Friday through the summer.

If you are interested in joining us or helping out with these events, please contact Kaori at

July 3, 2020 – Red, White and Blue and Some Fun Music Too!

August 7th, 2020 – Introduce your Pet and cool down with some Ice Cream!

Materials forChristian education

Find stories of PC(USA) mission work from around the country

Find high-quality video lessons for all stages of faith formation through Theocademy

Explore free devotionals and activities for children and families

Assistance withtechnology

If you need some help accessing technology to engage with one another, please send us an email at

MoFF members are ready and willing to help with technology access or challenges so that we can still fellowship from the comfort of our homes.