The mission of the Covenant Network of Presbyterians is to strengthen the church of Jesus Christ, with the help of God's grace.
We are called to achieve this goal by working for the unity of the church, furthering the inclusion of LGBTQ persons, seeking understanding and reconciliation, and joining with others seeking a still more just and inclusive church.

Announcing the Workshops at the 2015 Covenant Conference

The leaders: Mark Achtemeier, Susan Barnes, Michelle Bartel, Bill Calhoun, Meghan Foote, Beth Hessel, Cliff Kirkpatrick, Ken Kovacs, Kimberly Bracken Long, David Maxwell, Carol McDonald, J. Herbert Nelson, Gradye Parsons, Ann Philbrick, Paul Roberts, Libby Shannon, Patti Snyder, Lucy Strong, Landon Whitsitt, Layton Williams.

Participants at the Covenant Conference, November 5-7 at Central Presbyterian Church in Denver, will be able to choose two workshops from among a superb line-up. Check it out!

Congratulating Tony De La Rosa and the Presbyterian Mission Agency

The Covenant Network of Presbyterians expresses its congratulations and support for the Presbyterian Mission Agency as it announces the appointment of Ruling Elder Luis Antonio (Tony) De La Rosa as Interim Executive Director. Besides recognizing Tony’s outstanding qualifications for the position, we celebrate all that the selection of a married, openly gay Latino person means […]

Sexuality Bibliography

Two professors at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Steven C. Roy and Robert J. Priest, are offering a course on “Contemporary Sexualities: Theological and Missiological Perspectives.” The professors have graciously provided their bibliography, which is lengthy and represents diverse perspectives; download the Sexualities bibliography for your own use.

Living History at the Covenant Conference

At the 2015 Covenant Conference — November 5-7 at Central Presbyterian Church in Denver, Colorado — you will be able to have your own story added to the chronicles of the PC(USA). The Presbyterian Historical Society will be present, interviewing conference participants for the Society’s Living History Films series.

Register for the Conference before October 1 for the regular rate.

Join us November 5-7, 2015, in Denver!

Your chance to save on registration for the Covenant Conference, to be held in Denver November 5-7, lasts through Labor Day.

Read the article for more information about ways to connect, participate, and support the conference.

Daniel Vigilante Scholarship Available for 2015 Conference

In the fall of 2000 Daniel Vigilante and a carload of seminary friends drove from Princeton to the Covenant Network Conference in Pittsburgh. As students, their registration fees were waived by the Covenant Network; they shared the cost of gas and slept on the floor in his great-aunt’s apartment.  To this day, one of those […]