Social Justice

Our church is not current having in-person worship nor booking any outside events.  A Task Force is meeting to continue preparing for phased re-opening when it is safe, pending approval by our Session.

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Be the Good You Want to See in the World.

You may not know exactly where to start to make a difference in this world. Start at Covenant.

You can partner with our urban neighbors on the West Side. Every third Saturday  4:30 - 7:00. (Click here for details.)

You can fight human trafficking. Take a stand with us. We support Freedom a la Carte, CATCH Court, and legislation that supports rehabilitation rather than punishment of victims of trafficking. (Click here for details.)

You can ease the pain of hunger. We encourage legislation that supports programs that feed the hungry. (Bread for the World) We write our senators and congressional representatives once a year - "The Offering of Letters" is a longtime tradition in Presbyterian circles. We'll help you make your voice be heard.
    Be part of a national effort to persuade our lawmakers to support global nutrition programs for children. Nutrition for the first 1,000 days, from the beginning of pregnancy to the 2nd birthday, is critical to a child's health and future well-being. We’ll have letters urging legislators to support these programs for you to sign in the hallway after all three services

Help For Caregivers
The Franklin County Office on Aging maintains a "Community Care Registry" which is a registry service of prescreened, self-employed home care workers. The CCR is a great resource for individuals seeking private pay options for their home care service needs regardless of age or income. The home care workers with CCR can assist with tasks such as personal care, housekeeping, shopping, meal prep and caregiver relief. CCR provides access to experienced home care workers whose qualifications, availability, and hourly rates match the personal needs of the individual. Contact 525-4161; or, or

Save Pop/Soda Tabs 
For several years, Covenant Justice and Peace Ministry has sponsored a collection of pop/soda tabs to benefit the Ronald McDonald House at Children's Hospital. Please remove can tabs and save them for this worthwhile cause. There is a place for tabs at the end of the coat racks.

You can give a hand-up instead of a hand-out. We support COMPASS, which has a vital approach to breaking the cycle of poverty.

These groups provide financial help as well to these worthwhile efforts:

Covenant Presbyterian Women

This group of powerful women give to:

  • CHOICES for Victims of Domestic Violence
  • Church Women United
  • DOMA (SOAP) program to fight human trafficking
  • Mid-Ohio workers
  • Ukirk
  • UA Public Library
  • Westminister-Thurber Life Assistance

Mission & Social Concerns 

This group and their Justice and Peace Committee helps the congregation support: 

  • Peacemaking offering
  • Christmas joy offering
  • Sept. Peace & Global Witness Offering
  • Open Shelter
  • Mission Agencies of the Presbyterian Church (USA)
  • Crop Walk
  • Mid-Ohio Food Bank
  • One Great Hour of Sharing
  • Community Shelter
  • Ronald McDonald House


This group provides support to:

  • The American Red Cross Blood Drives
  • Adopt-a-Family
  • Providing meals, transportation, and bereavement support to many