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.

The Global Crisis for People Who Are LGBT and Their Families

In response to a commissioners’ resolution approved by the 221st General Assembly (2014), the Presbyterian Mission Agency has published a resource, The Global Crisis for People Who Are LGBT and Their Families. Read it here.

As 2016 Ends: Seeking Justice and Hope in 2017

Executive Director Brian Ellison’s year-end message: reflecting on the accomplishments and challenges of the past year, and seeking your support as our mission continues.

Election 2016: A Word from the Covenant Network Board

The Covenant Network of Presbyterians is gravely concerned about the aftermath of this year’s election…

We call on all Presbyterians to join us in active engagement, in vocal critique, in local organizing, in faithful study, in personal self-examination and in constant prayer. May God make our church—and our nation and its leaders—truly inclusive, and as generous and just as God’s grace.

There Is Room in God’s Great Welcome — A New Hymn

Presbytery hymn-writer Carolyn Winfrey Gillette has composed a new hymn for post-election Sunday and beyond, and generously made it available free of charge. (Please include an acknowledgement when you copy it!)

Covenant Network Panel at Montreat: Moving from Conversation to Action

What’s next? A panel of Presbyterians discuss moving from conversation to action October 11, 2016 — by Leslie Scanlon — reposted from the Presbyterian Outlook MONTREAT, N.C. – What’s the next step? How to move from conversation in the church to action on racial equality? And what’s it like to be a person of color […]

ACREC: Calling all Presbyterians to action

The Covenant Network joins with the PCUSA’s Advocacy Committee on Racial Ethnic Concerns in lamenting that “Ours is a nation entrenched in systems of privilege and power that perpetuate racial injustice.” ACREC, declaring that “as people of faith, we have no choice but to take a stand against this and in favor of the inclusive and equitable love of Jesus Christ,” has issued a powerful call to all Presbyterians, and particularly the majority who identify as white, “to join us in breaking silence. Commit with us to raise our collective voice not just to proclaim the good news of God’s grace but to call out injustice, to call out the forces that threaten to tear us apart with xenophobic, racist, and islamophobic rhetoric. May we have the courage.”

Read the full ACREC statement.