Covenant Connections

Telling the stories of churches and ministries throughout our Presbytery

Clean Water and the Ministry of Reconciliation: Local Congregations Partner with Living Waters for the World

Rev. Greg Klimovitz || May 4, 2018 An estimated 2.1 billion people worldwide lack access to clean water [1]. Whether in remote international communities or urban and rural U.S. neighborhoods, the inability to attain this basic human need is one of the greatest tragedies of our day. Aware of this broken reality, the faithful of […]

Partnering with the Seminary and Local Church for Revitalized Gospel Witness: Ministry and Leadership Incubator 2018

A First Place of Welcome: Transitional Housing Ministry for Refugees at Ardmore Presbyterian Church

Rev. Greg Klimovitz | January 27, 2018 What is the church called to do in a time when there are an estimated 61 million refugees around the world?  How are we to respond when distant neighbors made in God’s image flee homelands ravished by war, engulfed by pervasive poverty, and overwhelmed by oppressive regimes? Since […]

Church as Playful and Prophetic: Ministry at The Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill

New Doors Open to New Neighbors: Arch Street Presbyterian Church’s Ministry in the Shadows of a Corporate Giant

by Rev. Greg Klimovitz What opportunities is the Spirit exposing when the neighborhood around your congregation rapidly changes and shifts the cultural landscape surrounding your sanctuary? This is a question churches must ask to ensure their ministry is both faithful and relevant. But what is a congregation called to do when this question is raised […]