In keeping with the recommendations of local, state, and national health authorities, we will be taking the following precautions during our Missions Festival:

  • We will spread out between the Sanctuary, Fellowship Hall, E201, and the Dining Room to allow for social distancing.
  • There will be no communion during any services.
  • Missions Festival meals will continue with a streamlined serving process. 
  • All services will be live streamed: https://youtu.be/y1JaVJFNWR8

To view Covenant's full readiness plan for COVID-19, click here.

Missions Festival 2020

Our annual Missions Festival is scheduled for March 15-18, 2020, with guest speaker Dr. Lloyd Kim, coordinator of Mission to the World.

 

FULL SCHEDULE & MISSIONARY GUESTS

 

VOLUNTEER

There are lots of ways that you help before and during our Missions Festival!

 

24-HOURS OF PRAYER

Sign up for a prayer slot as we lift up our Missions Festival and guests for the 24 hours before it begins.

 

MISSIONS SERVICE PROJECT

We will be kicking off our Missions Festival with a service project at Christian Service Mission, one of our local missionary partners. We will meet at Christian Service Mission (3600 3rd Avenue South, 35222) on Saturday, March 14 at 9:00 a.m. and will sort goods to distribute to those in need in our city. Begin our Missions Festival by serving our community!

 

Lloyd Kim was elected coordinator of Mission to the World (MTW) by the 2015 General Assembly. A native of California, he graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in engineering and worked as a consultant with Ernst & Young before getting his M.Div. at Westminster Seminary in California and his doctorate in New Testament Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary. He was associate pastor with New Life Mission Church (PCA) in Fullerton, Calif., before joining MTW. Lloyd and his wife Eda served as missionaries with MTW beginning in 2004 in the Philippines and then in Cambodia, where they initiated a new church-planting work which grew to a team of 20 working in multiple sites. Eda worked part-time as a physician at a Christian clinic in Phnom Penh, which treated patients connected to their church-planting work. She also mentored medical students and home schooled their children. Lloyd served as MTW’s international director of the Asia-Pacific region before his nomination as MTW coordinator in July of 2014. The Kims have three children: Kaelyn, Christian, and Katy. They reside in Lilburn, Georgia.