Partners in Ministry

Covenant Christian Church has ties with numerous churches and organizations across North America and the world. Our purpose is to love and serve our neighbours, by demonstrating the love of Christ through the service of His Church.  

Partners in the Ministry of the Word

Our church does not operate alone, but joins in unity with other like-minded churches in North America. Membership in the following federations provides support, encouragement, and accountability. 

Covenant Christian Church is a member of the United Reformed Churches in North America (URCNA). The URCNA is a federation of churches united in faith and confession, exercising the ministry of reconciliation by proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ to the ends of the earth. 

We believe the church possesses a spiritual unity in Christ and in the Holy Scriptures. Therefore, the churches of our federation unite with other like-minded churches. We display our unity by means of a common confession. 


As a member of the URCNA, we are also members of the North American Presbyterian & Reformed Council (NAPARC). 

The thirteen member churches of NAPARC confess Jesus Christ as the only Savior and the Sovereign Lord over all of life, and are fully committed to the Bible in its entirety as the Word of God written, without error in all its parts, and to its teaching as set forth in the historic Reformed standards (the Three Forms of Unity and the Westminster Standards).

Partners in Missions

Covenant is a mission minded church, partnering with organizations that bring the gospel to the nations, both at home and abroad. 

The Hope Centre began in 1995, with a vision to be a mission where people could receive hospitality, prayer, and spiritual help. The name was simple: "People need hope and it’s a place where people can find hope."

The Hope Center has now a congregation, called ‘Hope Congregation’, a people who come together on Sundays for teaching and fellowship. With the assistance of a broad family of churches which calls itself the United Reformed Churches of North America, Hope Centre and congregation continue to grow through prayer and support.