Shea, the son of a Pentacostal preacher, realized from an early age that music is the way he communicates with God. In this clip, Shea shares about his take on music being more than just the words we sing, it is an entity that can deeply shape our values, faith journeys and the way we experience worship. Shea believes in a "theology of fun," and looks forward to creating a contemporary worship environment at Covenant that inspires both "goodness and Godness" in the world.
Worship Through Music
Get to Know Shea Watts – Contemporary Music Director
July 28, 2021 • Shea Watts, Katherine Kerr
One Takes - September 22 - Bob Henderson
September 22, 2021 • Bob Henderson
In this week's One Takes series Bob was reminded that as a follower of Jesus, what is important to somebody else is also important to me. He asks us to try to love one another and to have God's love live in us. To Walk in the Path of love.
Covenant's Presbyterian Women's Group
September 15, 2021 • Serenitye Taylor, Suzanne Harmon
In our newest One Takes series, Serenitye Taylor speaks to the former moderator of our Presbyterian Women's Group, Suzanne Harmon. Suzanne shares with us the lasting impact that Presbyterian Women's Group has had on her friendships and her life through sharing, retreats, and bible studies. Our Fall Kickoff meeting is on Monday, September 20th and we would love to see you there.
Convocation Sunday - Jaime Clark-Soles
September 8, 2021 • Grace Lindvall, Jaime Clark-Soles
In this week’s One Takes, Grace Lindvall talks with our convocation speaker, author, and professor, Jaime Clark Soles. All are welcome at Education Ministry's annual Convocation Sunday program on September 12 at 9:30 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall. Jaime will present on "Knowing and Being Known: Experiencing God Near or Far?" If you are unable to join us in person, please join us on Zoom (https://us06web.zoom.us/j/85992919751)