We Welcome You

Everyone is welcome here. We are a faith community learning to live in The Way of Jesus. For us, this means growing biblically, relationally, and missionally. We would love for you to journey alongside us.

We are growing in Christ to become…

…a safe and inclusive community, welcoming people of all kinds who want to go deeper in knowing Christ

…a sacred and compassionate community where people find healing and wholeness through sustained, charitable relationships

…a community that prepares people to embody their faith and make real Jesus’ priorities in our world

What to Expect on Sundays

Our worship begins at 10:30 am and lasts for about an hour and 15 minutes. We are intentionally intergenerational so people of all ages can feel welcome and freely participate. Childcare is available for the young ones ages 0-5 and a Children’s Church is available for kids in grades K-5 during the sermon. We have a blended worship style with elements of modern and traditional worship. We practice the sacrament of communion the first Sunday of each month.

Church Life

Children’s Ministry

Ages 0-5: Childcare is available every Sunday during worship for the little ones

Grades K-5: Children’s church is offered on Sundays. All kids get to worship with the entire congregation during the first part of the worship service. Midway through the service, the elementary age kids are invited to continue worship at children’s church with lessons designed for them. This is optional, as all kids are always welcome to remain in the service and worship with their parents if they choose.

Middle Schoolers: A confirmation & discipleship group is offered during the school year for kids in grades 7-8. The group looks at lessons from the Old & New Testaments of the Bible over the course of two years.

Regular Events

SundayWorship Service // 10:30 am
Praise, prayer, and a look at life in Christ through the lens of scripture

TuesdayComfort Ministry // 10:00 am
Meets to work on various fiber arts projects. Come learn, participate, teach! What we create is used to help comfort others in times of grief and sorrow.

ThursdayMidweek Bible Study // 7:00 pm
Dialog over various biblical topics and books of the Bible.

Second Sunday – Fellowship Dinner // 11:45 am
Get to know others at this potluck lunch following worship

Serving Others

Here are the organizations we work with to serve our local communities as well as people across the world

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Kirk Care is the Kirkwood Community Food and Financial Assistance Organization. We collect non-perishable food donations for Kirk Care. Donations may be brought to the church on Sundays or during the week when the office is open.


Oasis International is a ministry to resettled refugees in St. Louis. Donations of gently used furniture and clothing help these families get started building a life here in their new home.

Covenant Kids Congo, a partnership between The Evangelical Covenant Church and World Vision, is able to come alongside families in the Democratic Republic of Congo. This partnership is already seeing sustainable community development changing the lives of thousands through clean water, education, health, agriculture, economic development and advocacy.


Covenant World Relief has been the Evangelical Covenant Church’s response to human suffering and injustice in the world for more than 60 years. Through disaster relief and community development, we partner in the transformation of individuals, families, and communities. Our mission is to join God in loving, serving, and working together with the poor, the powerless, and the marginalized.

Covenant World Mission is the missions arm of The Evangelical Covenant Church. In our mission partnerships around the world, we are committed to culturally relevant evangelism and the formation of communities of Christ followers, to spiritual formation and equipping God’s people for ministry and leadership, and to transformational ministries that demonstrate the whole gospel by seeking to address the spiritual, social, emotional, mental, physical, and justice needs of people. Community Covenant Church currently supports missionaries serving in Colombia, South America.

A Little Background

Our congregation first began meeting in 1974 in the home of one of the first leaders. While the names have changed over the 40+ years, Community Covenant has always been a place to make significant relationships, learn from the scriptures, and serve those in need. We are a part of the Evangelical Covenant Church, a growing denomination with over 850 churches in the U.S. and Canada and missionaries throughout the world.

Our Affiliation

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As members of the Evangelical Covenant Church, we profess personal faith in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. We affirm the Bible as the authoritative Word of God and the only perfect rule for faith, doctrine, and conduct. Membership is open to all believers. You can learn more about the ECC and its six affirmations on their website at covchurch.org.


Our Pastor

Rev. Chad Wible has pastored churches since 2006, previously serving three other congregations. Growing up in the church, Chad found a solid foundation and a loving, nurturing family. He longs to serve people in a way that helps them go deeper in faith and further in living out God’s ways.Wible-family

Chad earned his Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems at Colorado Christian University. He put these skills to work for more than six years before entering seminary for graduate study.

Chad earned his Master of Divinity degree in 2005 from Denver Seminary, where he met Allison. Allison is also ordained in the ECC and works as a chaplain at a local hospital.