Every Sunday @ 10:00am

Make a joyful noise to the LORD, all the earth.  Worship I AM with gladness; come into God’s presence with singing….enter God’s gates with thanksgiving, and God’s courts with praise.  Psalm 100:1, 2 & 4

Our Creator gave us incredibly creative spirits to express gratitude and lament, joy and sadness, courage and fear, faith, hope and love in the ways we worship.  It is our desire at Covenant to tap into that gift of creativity and talent and seek to use all mediums we can to give full expression to our worship of the Triune God.  We worship through Scripture readings, prayer, song, images, and words of hope and challenge.  We also worship through service to our community and the world as ambassadors of God’s Kingdom.   We are always striving to grow deeper and stronger in our relationship to God and to one another through the One who came to save us, Jesus Christ.

If you have a particular talent and would be interested in participating in the worship life of our community, please email joshua@presbycov.org and let us celebrate the gifts God has given us together.

Chancel Choir

The choir is a community within the larger community that utilizes music as an expression of our faith and journey together with God. We sing a variety of musical styles from the Renaissance era to present choral literature, including global and western European compositions, with the hope of leading people to worship more fully both inside and outside the walls of the church.

All are welcome to participate and no prior experience is required. Please join us for rehearsal on Thursday evenings at 7:00 pm.

Choral Intern Program

Thanks to a generous grant from the William E. Bryan Endowment Fund, Covenant is able to offer 4 choral internships a year.  The choral intern program was created to enhance and build relationships with students from the University of Denver’s Lamont School of Music. It is our hope, through our music ministry, our choral interns learn lifelong music leadership skills, enhance their core knowledge of sacred and secular music, and at the same time develop meaningful relationships with the Covenant community.