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Our mission is proclaiming Christ as the only way to abundant, eternal life. Whom do we tell? Jesus made it clear that Christians are to reach out to “all the nations” (Matthew 28:19). Instead of countries, he was referring to people groups, those ethnic cultures without a Gospel witness. Christian missions, however, is not limited to overseas ministry. While believers should faithfully support those who go to the unreached, all Christians have the mission to share Christ on the home field with family, friends, coworkers, and the community. Covenant provides opportunities for being “on mission” for Christ.

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Covenant Cares

Direct service to our community is an important priority for our church. Through the Covenant Cares ministry volunteers are recruited projects are scheduled throughout the year to provide opportunities for Covenant Baptist to demonstrate God’s love and reach out to the needs of the community. These strategic efforts are planned to reach the lost and un-churched, and minister to the needs of people through school projects, servant evangelism, feeding the hungry, and other areas of outreach and ministry as needed.


Short-term Missions

Our Missions Committee plans and promotes short-term mission projects throughout the year in the U.S. and abroad. Some of these ministries include: preparing and serving meal to the student at the University of Memphis through their Baptist Collegiate Ministry, preparing meals for student summer mission teams through the Brinkley Heights Street Reach Ministry and serving as a collection site for Operation Chirstmas Child Shoebox Gifts through the Samaritans Purse ministry.


Missions Support

A generous portion of the church budget is dedicated to missions support. In addition, the church promotes several mission support offerings throughout the year including the Lottie Moon Christmas offering and the Annie Armstrong Easter offering. Other funds are used to support missionaries and missions work in the Memphis area and internationally.