St. Augustine, City of God – Tim Keller (early 5th century)

Augustine writes in response to those who claimed that the catastrophe of the sack of Rome in AD 410 by the Visigoths came because Rome’s traditional gods were angry that Christians were worshipping Jesus instead. He offers a devastating 5th-century critique of Rome’s polytheistic culture which seems equally apropos regarding a culture, 1600 years later,…

Communion Instructions for Livestream Worship

Dear Friends: Similar to the ones we have announced for previous remote Communion Services here at Covenant, here are your instructions for Communion this Sunday: We will offer a Communion Service according to our normal schedule on June 7th. This Communion Service will be live-streamed immediately following our regular worship time. It will only be…

pastoral response to coronavirus (covid-19)

An article from the EPConnection which is from the EPC website Pastoral response to the coronavirus Leave a reply Larry Hackman by Larry Hackman Executive Pastor, Chapel Hill Presbyterian Church Gig Harbor, Washington In AD 251, a plague struck the Roman Empire. We now believe it was measles, but then it was a devastating, mysterious…