"All the paths of the LORD are steadfast love and faithfulness, for those who keep His covenant and His testimonies" (Psalm 25:10).
Covenant Church (PCA) - Houston, TX
Saturday, March 23, 2019
Transforming Hearts, Conforming to Christ
"Forty-five Years of Faithful Teaching from God's Word" (1974-2019)

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  • A Bible believing, Evangelical, Presbyterian and Reformed congregation
  • Worshipers of God in the manner He prescribes in Scripture
  • Preaching and Teaching the whole Bible for today's Church
  • Undershepherds of Jesus who know and carefully tend His flock
Prayer Meeting (2nd Sunday): 5:00 p.m. instead of the Evening Worship


ADDITIONAL PARKING in parking lot of office building south of church property.


Pearland  - Alternating Mondays
Sugar Land - Alternating Tuesdays 
Northwest Houston - Alternating Wednesdays
West Houston - Alternating Thursdays
Women's - Alternating Tuesday Mornings
Woman-to-Woman Discipleship - 3rd Friday



This Sunday in History:
304 - Late in the third century, Afra of Augsburg (277-304) developed a ministry to the abandoned children of prisoners, thieves, smugglers, pirates, runaway slaves, and brigands. Herself a former prostitute, she cared for the despised and the rejected with a special fervor, taking them into her home, creating an adoption network, and sacrificing all she had, that out of her lack they might be satisfied. Her faith and piety were renowned. Her struggle for justice was unparalleled. And her ministry of mercy was an inspiration to thousands. Ultimately, her well-integrated and balanced approach to the work of the gospel in the world came under the scrutiny of the authorities. Considered a danger to state security because of her influence, she was martyred during the great persecution of Diocletian.
Used with permission of authors Grant and Wilbur in The Christian Almanac.

Tomb of Saint Afra in Augsburg

 This Sunday at Covenant, March 24, 2019
 9:40 AM  Adult Sunday School
During the spring quarter, we offer these opportunities for learning on Sunday morning:
♦ Christian Worldview.
God has not only saved Christians from sin, but He has saved believers
to a kingdom of righteousness, joy and peace where Jesus Christ is Lord.
This class will help us to understand our world in a Biblical manner, to
live according to God's commands in this world, and to thoughtfully
communicate what it means to be a Christian to those among whom we live.       Teacher: Pastor Dan Clay;  Location: N. Education Building.
♦ Worship at The Abbey Assisted Living--A Practicum    
Elder Jeremy Thomas leading
You are invited to participate in our outreach worship service at The Abbey Assisted Living, which is less than half a mile from Covenant. Your help is appreciated as a singer, and as an encourager to the residents there. Please see Elder Jeremy Thomas for details on how you can help.
Worship Theme:    Kingdoms in Conflict
Sermon Title:       "Two Great Signs at War"
Sermon Text:        Revelation 12:1-6
Preaching:            Rev. Lou Veiga, Senior Pastor
Sermon Outline:  I.  God Has Given Us a Son Who Will Shepherd All Peoples.
                          II.  The Great Red Dragon Will Violently Oppose us and the                                    Son's Rule
                         III.  God Will Frustrate the Dragon's Treachery Until the End.
Teaching: A long and bloody war has been fought between god and the Ancient Serpent from the beginning. But God has exalted His Shepherd-King, who will deliver His people from all evil until the end.
Worship Theme:    Living to Serve
Sermon Title:       "Models for Ministry"
Sermon Text:        Philippians 2:19-26
Preaching:            Rev. Dan Clay, Associate Pastor


“This is the covenant I will make ... declares the Lord.  I will put my laws in their minds and
write them on their hearts. I will be their God, and they will be my people” (Hebrews 8:10).




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"Behold, I am laying in Zion a stone, a cornerstone chosen and precious, and whoever believes in Him will not be put to shame." 1 Peter 2:6

  I was glad when they said to me, "Let us go into the house of the LORD."  Psalm 122:1