Covenant Presbyterian Church
550 Madison Avenue
Scranton, PA  18510
Our Mission:
To be an instrument for
transformation of individuals and society by
all who come our way;
those who have not come;
the message of  Christ’s Love
in word and deed;
Expressing gratitude
to God through stewardship and worship; and
Caring and Praying
for those in need of
emotional and spiritual support, direct service or
partners in their struggle
for justice
both locally and
throughout the world.

Check out the Christian Education page for information on youth programs!

Covenant Presbyterian Church
Rooted in Tradition...
Reaching To Tomorrow!

Covenant Church is a vital community of Christians of all ages and occupations located near downtown Scranton. We are an active congregation with an ever growing Sunday School; an energetic youth group; choirs for adults, youth and children (hand bells, too); hands-on service projects in our community; and so many chances to come together for fun and food!

We are blessed and pleased that our beautiful historic building is home to a busy daycare (Infant Care Program) and other community oriented programs. Our Presbyterian roots keep us grounded in Worship and the Word of God and ever desiring to serve each other and our neighbors as Christ teaches us.

Worship Schedule


Sunday, November 23, 2014 ~ Christ the King
Today our scripture readings include Ezekial 34: 11-6, 20-24; Psalm 100 and Matthew 25: 31-46.  Come and hear a Thanksgiving Message in Three Voices.  Mrs. Wendy Belaski, Mrs. Sara Tucky and Mrs. Joan Glowinski will offer their thoughts on what they are thanksful for.  The Chancel Choir will sing "Now Thank We All Our God" by J.S. Bach and "Praise Ye the Name of the Lord" by Archangelsky.

This afternoon the Marywood Chorale will present Anton Bruckner's "Mass in E" in Covenant's sanctuary at 4:00 P.M.  Rick Hoffenberg, conductor and Mark Laubach, organist.  The concert if Free!

Sunday, November 30, 2014 ~ First Sunday of Advent
Scripture readings include Isaiah 64: 1-9; I Corinthians 1: 3-9 and Mark 13: 24-37.  We will celebrate the sacrament of Baptism today.  The Chancel Choir will sing "Lo, He Comes with Clouds Descending" by Sam Batt Owens. 

Join us for our Advent Festival! 
This Sunday, November 30th, after worship in the Sawtelle Auditorium . . .Lunch, Crafts and Fun for all!

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