Summer Salad Suppers

6:00 - 8:00 pm

June 9, 16, 23, and 30

Covenant Presbyterian Church


We are so excited to be able to gather, enjoy a meal, and fellowship. For those of you who are new to Covenant, Summer Salad Suppers is a time when WOMEN OF ALL AGES in our church (that means you!) gather to hear someone from our congregation share their story of how God is working in their heart and life. Please note that we will follow the COVID guidelines that are in place at the time of gathering.

You may register here and pay online or indicate that you will pay onsite. Dinner is $5.00.



June 9 – Katie Flores

June 16 – Kelly Henderson

June 23 – Catherine Shields

June 30 – Hannah Pearson



Katie Flores

Katie Flores has worked at Covenant Presbyterian, in a number of different roles, for more than 20 years. She currently wears two hats: Assistant Director of Children's Ministry and Director of Enfold Disability Ministry. She is married to Bryan, who serves as a deacon, and have been together since they were in 9th grade. They have two children, Caleb (15) and Grace Anne (10).
Katie will be sharing about holding out hope for each other...fighting for it, actually...longing for the eternal together. She has discovered that people who have walked hard roads do this really well, and there is much to be learned from them. We have all experienced some sort of suffering. We can lean in here and seek to enfold each other more deeply into the body of Christ.

Kelly Henderson

Kelly Henderson grew up at Covenant, and she and husband Heath have been married for 17 years. They have three children: Turner (12), John Burke (11), and Collins (9). Kelly has served in a variety of roles at Covenant, including on our Women's Ministry and Nominating Committees, and Heath is an elder. Kellly is the Admissions Director for Briarwood Christian School.

She is a self-proclaimed “hot mess.” She will be talking about how God meets her and is sanctifying her in the day-to-day as she shares from Ephesians 3:16-21.



Catherine Shields
Catherine Shields and her family have attended Covenant since 1997. She and husband Jamie have three married children, and their ninth grandchild is due in July. Their son, Curtis, is a pastor serving in Asia along with his wife, Marisa, and their three children. Their daughter Rachel works with the youth at Covenant, and her husband, Walt, is the RUF pastor at Samford. Joseph and Allie work in the health care industry in Nashville. Catherine recently retired after 30 years in education. Jamie is retired from InterVarsity Christian Fellowship.
Investing in the two things that last forever, God's Word and people's souls, involves nurturing deep roots in Jesus and often painful letting go. God promises "seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things will be added to you" (Matthew 6:33). Catherine will be sharing about her continuing journey to let go and seek God's kingdom first.


Hannah Person

Hannah Pearson and her husband, Cole, joined Covenant in 2018 after moving back to Birmingham. They started off their marriage in Boston, where Hannah got her masters in mental health counseling. But after a few too many freezing winters, they knew the Lord (and their parents) were calling them home. They have two sons, Bear (2) and Baker (6 months), and are members of the Threshold Sunday School class. Hannah works at Lifeline Children’s Services supporting families pursuing international adoption.

As a recovering know-it-all, she is learning how worldly knowledge and God-given wisdom aren’t always the same thing. Often, they can even be in direct conflict with each other. Hannah is excited to share how the Lord has lifted her eyes off of herself and up to the hills (Psalm 121) in times of need.