We prayerfully and financially partner with local and international missions to help advance the kingdom of God.  

"Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you." 

Matthew 28:19-20 ESV

"Jesus answered, '...And you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ The second is this: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no other commandment greater than these.”

Mark 12:29-31 ESV

UPcoming Events

As we seek to minister to our community and those in need, both physically and spiritually, may we reflect Christ's love to those around us.  

  • Virtual Diaper Drive for the Shaws

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  • Tuesday, 7/13, 

    6-8PM: Pizza Night with Roddey C.

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  • Missions Conference

    Sept. 26-OCT.2

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That as a church, Covenant Community Church financially supports many gospel-centered ministries...many of which are right here in Pittsburgh!  Looking for ways to volunteer or get involved?  Read more below and follow the links, where we'll post

recent updates and prayer requests.  

Any questions?  Please reach out to the Missions Committee at missions@covcommunity.org.

Women's Choice Network

While our nation unites to fight an unseen enemy, we are continuing to serve those most vulnerable to abortion inside our walls. And while the quarantine has been in place, the battle for the unborn continues to grow even stronger. Our doors have remained open and our courageous staff members provide an essential service to those facing an unplanned pregnancy in an increasingly uncertain time.

Beyond the infection itself, COVID-19 has also delivered fear, loneliness and isolation. Imagine adding an unplanned pregnancy to that scenario! But God is so good!  

Click HERE to read more updates.

Living in Liberty

Living in Liberty works to combat human trafficking in Southwestern, PA by supporting survivors on the streets and in our safe home, and by providing community education about the realities of commercial sexual exploitation in our city. Their work is supported by their two Repurposed thrift stores, and is sustained by the efforts of over 100 faithful volunteers. 

Click HERE for recent updates and volunteer info.

Shepherd's Door

The Shepherd’s Door, located in the heart of Bellevue, PA, is a Gospel-centered ministry focused on serving our communities, one relationship at a time. It is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Ministry aimed at improving our communities by improving lives. The Shepherd’s Door is focusing on establishing quick, convenient access to community resources and providing adequate safe havens for children and youth. 

Click HERE to read updates & volunteer information.

RUF at University of Pittsburgh  (Derek Bates)

RUF PITT is a place for students to explore Christianity and grow in their understanding of who Jesus is.

We seek to know God's love in order to rest in it and be transformed by it. RUF strives to be a safe community for all kinds of people to come and learn about God and His love. Whether you consider yourself a Christian, a cynic, burned out, or confused, RUF is a place for anyone to hear the good news of Jesus, ask questions, grow in understanding, and enjoy community. ​ 

RUF, the campus ministry of the Presbyterian Church in America, has over 150 campuses across the nation, and was established at PITT in 2008. Derek Bates serves as the campus minister. 

Click HERE to read recent updates and prayer requests.

RUF at Indiana University of PA    (Oliver Pierce)

Regardless of your beliefs or background, RUF is a community on campus where you can explore Christianity and learn about the hope of the Gospel found in knowing Jesus Christ. At RUF, Christians will grow in their faith and those who are skeptical or curious are always invited to bring their questions and see what it looks like to know and follow Jesus alongside others at IUP. Simply put, our goal is reaching students for Christ and equipping students to serve. We do not try to trim out the uncomfortable parts of the Gospel to make Christ more appealing. 

Love God, Love People, Love IUP !  Click HERE to read updates & prayer requests.

Sacred Road Ministries

(Holly & Evan Shaw)

The goal of Sacred Road Ministries is to be a unified and growing community of believers who have a passion for God, for each other, and for the lost, and who are prepared and equipped to serve the Lord by ministering in the community of Native America and the world. The Sacred Road team reaches out to the community through: Hope Fellowship church services; children's ministry, youth ministry; Kingdom Kids after-school program; a variety of acts of service and mercy; recruiting, hosting and organizing one week service teams, etc.  

Click HERE to read updates, prayer requests, and current needs.

Harvest USA

Our Mission: 

Harvest USA brings the truth and mercy of Jesus Christ by helping individuals and families affected by sexual struggles and by providing resources that address biblical sexuality to individuals and churches. 

Our Purpose:

To partner with and equip the Church in bringing the power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ to transform the lives of those affected by sexual sin.

To learn more about Harvest, visit their website:  https://harvestusa.org/

Christian Immigration Advocacy Center (CIAC)

The mission of the Christian Immigration Advocacy Center (CIAC) is to provide low-cost and pro-bono immigration-related legal services to immigrants and refugees in the Pittsburgh region. Our faith prompts us to show our neighbors the love of Christ in every endeavor we undertake in life, so CIAC fulfills this mandate by serving our immigrant and refugee neighbors through the practice of immigration law. Our legal services range from obtaining/renewing a Green Card, filing for U.S. Citizenship, Family Reunification, Visas, Asylum, and pro bono representation in the immigration courts. We are a Department of Justice Recognized organization, and as such, primarily serve clients of limited means.  

To learn more, visit CIAC's website:  https://www.ciacpgh.org/