Our Purpose: Why are we here?
To educate followers of Christ on the needs around them and involve them to put their compassion in action.
Our Vision: Where are we going?
To become a compassionate body of believers who aggressively pursues being the hands and feet of Jesus to our community.
Our Focus: Who are we serving?
At Christ Covenant serving Christ is one of the main emphasis to our vision. We demonstrate God’s love through our words and deeds of service as we meet the felt needs around us. Whether you serve at one of our Operation In As Much Days, volunteer at Christ Covenant, or work with one of our local partner organizations, there are opportunities for you to share your time and talents that God has given you.
BOTTLES FOR BABIES!
in partnership with Choices Resource Center that gives support to those affected by unplanned pregnancies and related issues. You can help by contributing to the Bottles for Babies campaign through February 15th. Bottles are located in the South Hallway or the church office.
Choices Resource Center
Who They Are: Choices Resource Center in Oak Ridge provides physical, emotional, and spiritual support to people who have been affected by unplanned pregnancies and related issues.
How You Can Help: Parenting class teachers, office volunteers, peer counselors, repairs/maintenance, prayer partner, participate in the annual walk for life at Oak Ridge Civic Center. Bottles for Babies Campaign is collecting donations through February 15th.
Who They Are: A Christian organization that informs, equips, and connects churches to transform lives and communities through the love of Christ.
How You Can Help: Mentor an individual or family in need of a nurturing community (you will pair up with 4-6 other mentors per family/individual), attend a community luncheon, sign up for their weekly newsletter to address needs as they arise.
The Forgotten Initiative (Department of Children’s Resources)
Who They Are: A ministry that brings joy and purpose to the foster care community.
How You Can Help: stock shelves in donations closet, paint murals, make baby blankets, donate supplies for care bags that go to fostering parents, foster a child.
Knoxville Area Rescue Ministries (KARM)
Who They Are: KARM’s mission is to seek to rescue the poor and needy of the Knox area by providing recovery services in Jesus’ name.
How You Can Help: Disciple an individual who has some training and is in transitional housing, family educator, male table leader for skills class, transportation, serve at the Lenoir City Thrift Store.
Knoxville Leadership Foundation (KLF)
Who They Are: A faith-based organization that mobilizes leaders from all walks of life to tackle our city’s biggest problems. KLF seeks to connect people of faith and others of goodwill, to renew our city, creating a better life for people who are poor, vulnerable, and on the margins.
How You Can Help: Mentor children with a parent(s) in prison, help with their home repair program that builds ramps for the disabled, and assist families in transitional housing.
Mission of Hope
Who They Are: To take hope to the people of Appalachia through evangelical Christian charitable ministries.
How You Can Help: Donate school supplies in the fall, donate and deliver Christmas gifts to families, or go on a short-term mission trip in the summer to Black Mountain, Kentucky.
Senior Meals Ministry
Who They Are: A partnership of churches who take turns on Saturdays delivering lunches and making welfare checks for elderly and the disabled in West Knox County.
How You Can Help: Plan, shop, prepare, and/or deliver meals once a month.
Who They Are: A ministry within CCPC that visits the elderly and the disabled (connected to CCPC and the surrounding community) in their homes or in the hospital.
How You Can Help: Visit an individual from our church or community 2-4 times per month.
For more information contact Seth Hammond.