Serving Our Community for the Glory of God Since 1834

WELCOME to the Covington Church of Christ and thank you for visiting us at our church website. We hope you will browse around to get a better idea of why we are here: to honor Christ and His mission of seeking and saving the lost. Our work and service exists for God’s glory and follows the mission Jesus passed to us.


We are here to serve God and you. Don’t hesitate to Contact Us and we would love to see you at our next service.


What Must I Do to be Saved?  Baptism

Brother Mike Rogers has presented lessons on the essentiality of hearing who Jesus is and what Jesus did, believing in the heart that Jesus is who He is and did what He did, repenting of and confessing our sins, and confessing that Jesus is the Son of God and our Lord. However, in all of the scriptures that discuss these points before one enters into a state of salvation nothing is said about forgiveness.

Let us examine what the Bible says one must do to be forgiven of sins. Peter declares, “Repent and each of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins” (Acts 2:38). 

JOIN US this Sunday as Brother Mike Rogers explores Baptism and it's importance for salvation as the other requirements. 

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Carl Perkins Christmas for Kids

You may have noticed the tables that are set up in the lobby with Snowmen & Christmas trees. The names on them are children from the Carl Perkin’s Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse, and a list of items (clothes, toys, etc.) they would like to receive. Please pick up a tree or snowman, sign your name on the corresponding sheet and return with your gift by Sunday, December 6. 

NEW Bible Classes December 2

Beginning Wednesday, December 2 we will have NEW Bible Classes. Click Here to see what is being offered this upcoming quarter.

You can sign up in the foyer on the table located by the entrance to the church offices.

We invite you to join us at 9AM on Sundays and 7PM on Wednesdays to check out our Bible classes. We have classes for all ages. Our goal is to provide classes that are Bible based and relevant to your life.

Ladies Bible Study - Every Tuesday 10AM

Every Tuesday morning the church will have a Ladies Bible Study exploring different scriptures and topics.  All Ladies are WELCOME to attend.

Men's Prayer Breakfast - Every Wednesday 6AM

Every Wednesday morning the church will have a Men's Prayer Breakfast exploring different scriptures and topics. Breakfast is served at 5:45AM and All Men are WELCOME to attend.

Freed-Hardeman University Annual Benefit Dinner - December 4

The Annual Benefit Dinner is one of the highlights of the year for Freed-Hardeman University. The Benefit Dinner provides supporters with an opportunity to not only help bridge the financial gap that many students face with rising tuition costs, but also to hear one of the nation’s leading personalities and entertainers. The 2020 Benefit Dinner is set for Friday, December 4, and will feature actor, humanitarian, and advocate for America's servicemen and women Gary Sinise. If you have questions or concerns, please email your thoughts to the Vice President for Community Engagement, Dave Clouse at

Sunday Servants - Every Sunday Night 6:30PM

Sunday Servants is a fellowship program that meets on each Sunday night of the month at 6:30pm. Members write guest, sickness and birthday cards along with making visits.

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