Local Missions

  • The Friendship Center runs a food pantry and provides social services to help families in Lincoln Square, North Park, and Albany Park. Our volunteer work at the Greater Chicago Food Depository directly supports the center’s food pantry.  We also maintain an ongoing collection of non-perishable food in our church narthex, which is then delivered to the Friendship Center food pantry

  • Kingdom Covenant Church serves Chicago’s inner-city communities of Roseland, Pullman, and West Pullman. Our church helped plant this new South Side church, and provides financial support.  We have occasional joint outings with members of Kingdom Covenant and a group of WCC members attend services at Kingdom Covenant monthly.

  • Illinois Shelter and Recovery Services supports Chicago’s homeless population, focusing on substance abuse. Our church provides financial support, and one of our longtime members, John Couleur, is the executive director.

  • Cornerstone Community Outreach serves the homeless on Chicago’s North Side with shelters and social support for families, single men and women, and seniors. Our church provides financial support.

National Missions

  • A Covenant summer Bible camp in the Appalachian Mountains. Our church provides financial support, along with summer volunteers who help teach and pitch in cleaning and maintaining the camp.

  • Broadcasts from Nome, Alaska, spreading the gospel to Western Alaska and the Russian Far East. Our church provides financial support.

  • Offers a three-day bus journey several times each year that travels to critical sites of past and present racial injustice such as Birmingham, Ala., Jackson, Miss., and Memphis, Tenn. Helps heal the wounds of racial divide through personal discovery. Our church provides financial support.

International Missions

  • The Ethiopian School Project

    Provided funds to dig a well and install a clean water system for the Champro School in Karsa, Ethiopia. Also constructing a new dormitory, the Stephen Fogel Building—for teachers who must travel on foot to the remote school—and need to live there all week. 

  • Covenant Kids Congo

    A partnership between World Vision and the Covenant church, our members currently sponsor more than 35 Congolese kids, helping provide access to clean water, improved health care, and education.  On the third Sunday of each month our children hold a special offering "Coins for Congo," collecting spare change during the morning service to be given to Covenant Kids Congo.

  • CYAK serves Alaska youth and young adults through Christ centered ministry, partnership, and discipleship, to raise mature believers who will lead the church for generations to come. We support the following CYAK missionaries:

    James and Rachel Ventress

    Meritha Capelle

  • Covenant World Relief Partner

    Kenya: Philipine Kidulah, Founder of Jitokeze Wafrika

    Jitokeze exists to improve food security in the semi-arid county of West Pokot, by empowering women to access, own and sustainably manage productive assets and participate in the peace building process in this community.

  • Winnetka Covenant Missionary

    India: Karla Fogel

    Provides RN support and training for North Park nursing students who travel to India each year as part of a global partnership between the Hindustani Covenant Church in Pune, India and North Park University in Chicago, Illinois.

  • Naval Station Great Lakes: Josh Ferguson

    Helps local Navy chaplains work with sailors to strengthen their faith and deal with the struggles of military life. 

Upcoming Missions Trips

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