Welcome to Covenant Presbyterian Church in historic downtown Springfield, Ohio. Come join our family as we grow in this wonderful setting and community. We hope you will use this site to get to know us, find out what we're all about, and see the exciting things we have going on at Covenant. Enjoy the site and make plans to visit soon!
~ Your friends at Covenant Presbyterian Church
Visit the Alternative Christmas Market
08 December, 2013
Are you wondering what you can do to make Christmas more meaningful this year? Do you want to share the blessings of the season—without being put on a mailing list? Then, plan to participate in Covenant’s annual Alternative Christmas Market on Sunday, December 8. The Market will be held from 9:00am to 1:30 AM. in Fellowship Hall. There will be something for everyone on your list and a beautiful gift card will be available to accompany each gift. The international food court will provide free food, and there will also be children’s craft projects available during the Market. For more information, visit our Alternative Christmas Market page.
Downtown Abbey a great success!
30 October, 2013 - A Night of Saints
Welcome to Downtown Abbey at Covenant Presbyterian Church, where you had the chance to meet some of the people that made the Presbyterian faith in Springfield, Ohio what it is today. Special guests included: John Humphries, Mary Spining, Laura Winger Geiger, Fannie Winger Marshall, the Reverend Charles Ryan Adams, P.J. Reeves, and the Reverend Harry H. Bird.
Warmest welcome to our new neighbors!
Champion City CrossFit, Springfield's finest health and fitness center, has officially leased the 14 East North Street building (the old ReStore building). Be sure to make them feel welcome! You can check them out online at http://www.championcitycrossfit.com/, and don't forget to like them on Facebook.
Covenant Hosts Springfield Junior Civic Theater
The weekend of 05 October 2013, Covenant Presbyterian Church was blessed with a delightful performance of the musical "How to Eat Like a Kid". Presented by the talented performers of the Springfield Junior Civic Theater, the sanctuary was filled with wonderful music and spirited performances for three evening shows and a Saturday matinee. Come back any time, kids!
Covenant Hosts Pie Bake-Off
On Sunday, 21 July 2013, Hearth and Home (3185 El Camino Drive, Springfield) sponsored the first Mayberry Days. In fond remembrance of the Andy Griffith Show, the community was invited to attend this fun day with events such as sunflower seed spitting, cake walks, face painting and Aunt Bee’s Pie Bake-Off. Covenant members provided all the pies for the Bake-Off. Each baker donated two pies - one to be judged and one to be sold, with proceeds going to Christ Episcopal Food Pantry.
The event was held at Hearth and Home and it was a very hot humid day, but luckily there was plenty of space for all the Cream Pies in the Refrigerator. The Bake-Off was a big success, bringing in $220 for a very grateful Food Pantry. The winners were:
- Best Aunt Bee Pie (Overall Winner) - Kay Vasileff with her Peanut Butter Pie
- Best Cream Pie - Kay Vasileff's Peanut Butter Pie
- Best Fruit Pie - Lynne Linn's Apple Pie
- Best Other Pie - Carl Lewis' Macadamia Nut with Chocolate Chunks
Covenant Church has been working with Christ Episcopal Church for 30 years to support the Food Pantry. If you would like to make a monetary or food donation to the pantry, please contact Christ Episcopal Church at (937) 323-8651. Specific requests for July 2013 are peanut butter and pet food. They are located at 409 E. High St.