Event to give foster children a camp to remember

March 24, 2017 · 7:00pm - 8:30pm

Royal Family KIDS Camp will feature its annual Night to Remember fundraiser March 24 from 7-8:30 p.m. at Community Covenant.

Night to Remember will be free, will be open to the entire community and will include a dessert gala; a live auction of items such as hand-turned wood bowls and sage fly fishing rods; the camp’s history; stories of children in foster care; and special guest Dr. John DeGarmo of the Foster Care Institute.

According to drjohndegarmofostercare.weebly.com, DeGarmo is a leading international foster care expert and consultant who’s toured around the world as part of international supergroup Up with People, served as a DJ at four radio stations on two continents, worked in the professional wrestling industry, taught high school English and drama, worked as a media specialist and founded Never Too Late, a residential group home for boys in foster care.

Proceeds from Night to Remember will benefit the Anchorage Royal Family KIDS Camp, which will be offered in June for children ages 6-11, said Chris Scott of Eagle River, who volunteers annually as the camp’s director.

“They all come from or have been in foster care,” Chris said of the children who’ll be attending this year’s jungle-themed camp. “Some may have returned to their biological parents, but this is a respite time for their ‘bio’ parents.”

According to Chris, about 64 children attend the Anchorage camp for free annually, which costs $500 per child and a total of $64,000 per week to operate.

Camp operations are done in large part by volunteers, Chris said, and RFKC is a non-profit organization that relies on donations to provide what may be a life-changing experience for campers.

“You can change the trajectory of a child’s life,” Chris said, adding the camp provides a safe and healthy environment for foster children. “I think Royal Family KIDS Camp is the epitome of hope, healing and wholeness.”

The Anchorage Royal Family KIDS Camp is entering into its 13th year, but has only recently come under the covering of Community Covenant Church in Eagle River.

“There are many wonderful opportunities available to serve the local community. In considering all of them, one of the questions we could ask is ‘What reflects the heart of God?’”  said Lead Pastor Todd Michero. “Royal Family KIDS Camp touches lives that could easily be forgotten, overlooked or marginalized.”

No advance signups are required to attend Night to Remember, Scott said, and interested volunteers who are 16 and older are also encouraged to participate in the event to learn how they can support the camp as counselors, kitchen staff, prayer warriors, activity center helpers, camp crew members, registration staff and lakeside lifeguards.

More information on Royal Family KIDS Camp is available at royalfamilykids.org.

Covenant Bible Camp

Fellowship/Discipleship/Prayer and Kitchen Service at Covenant Bible Camp-CBC in Unalakleet, AK

We are currently forming a team to service in the kitchen at CBC May 30-June 5.  This will be a new and unique opportunity to meet others, learn and service at CBC.  The objective of this team is to serve CBC in the kitchen, but to also grow community within our own church.  This group will live together at camp, have daily prayer and discipleship as a team, and serve in the kitchen as a team.  A fun opportunity to get to know others at CCC, be know by others at CCC and serve at camp.  If interested please call Sandy Gold 830-3609.

Have you ever thought about serving at Covenant Bible Camp in Unalakleet, AK for a week during the summer?

No matter what your gifting and skills CBC could use you this summer. Camp runs for 6 weeks and you can pick the week that best works with your schedule.  Counselors, cooks (and kitchen help), McGuyver maintenance people, worship leaders (we do acoustic), speakers, mechanics, office gurus, fire builders, life guards, nurses, photographers, games leader, arts and crafts directors and more…
Want to help but can’t make it to Unalakleet?  We need help with graphic design, camper recruitment, development, camper registration can all be done.
Staff Application Deadline: April 1, 2017

2017 Bible Camp Dates
May 24-30          Call to Worship
May 30- June 5  Leadership
June 5-12            High School
June 12-19          Junior High
June 19-24          Pathfinders
June 24-29         Trailblazers

For more information on CBC check out their website at: http://www.covenantbiblecamp.org.
Please contact info@covenantbiblecamp.org for more information on any of the opportunities above.
If you want to talk to some who who has served at camp and can help you get connected call Sandy Gold at 830-3609.

Covenant Trust

February 26, 2017 · 12:45 PM - 3 PM

Join a representative from Covenant Trust for free information about investments, trusts, retirement, endowments, wills, estate planning, and legacy and gift planning.  Lunch will be included.  Please sign up in the lobby or call the office if you would like to attend.

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Royal Family KIDS Camp

Community Covenant Church is now the host church for Royal Family KIDS Camp.  Volunteers are needed for the 2017 camp June 16 – 23, as well as for the “Night to Remember” fundraiser March 24, 2017.

Email Director Chris Scott

Donate to Royal Family KIDS Camp

For more information 

Student Activities

Middle School Youth Group 5:30 – 6:45pm Sundays

Senior High Youth Group 6:45 – 8:15pm Sundays
Other activities

The Feast

April 2, 2017 · 9:00 and 11:00 am

Join us for Communion Sunday and in the welcome area after the services for social time and snacks.

Christmas Service with the Covenant Players

December 25, 2016 · 3:00pm

Covenant Players is a drama Ministry that travels throughout the world communicating the reality of the Gospel in churches of all denominations.  Additionally, Covenant Players use the dramatic arts address universal human themes to support the work of educators and social workers throughout the world. For additional information about the Covenant Players and how you can support their work visit their website http://www.covenantplayers.org.

There will be nursery care available during this service.


Mission Updates

Germany Mission
We are in the planning stages of a trip to Berlin, Germany this summer, partnering with Covenant missionaries who are working with a local church to serve refugees.  Anyone interested in participating or supporting this mission can attend the informational meeting ~ March 12 at 12:45pm or contact Tyler@communitycovenant.net.

Nana’s House Trip
The team is currently preparing for their week at Nana’s House.  Watch for ways you can support them!

Elim VBS
The team is now forming for support and travel to the Elim Covenant Church to hold VBS this summer.  Let us know how you can help!

Christmas Eve Services

December 24, 2016

Children’s Service  4:00 pm
A bedtime-story telling of the Nativity Story. Children can come dressed as magi, shepherds, angels, barn animals, or in their PJs ready to listen to the story.  Stay for a birthday celebration in the gym following the service.

Traditional Candlelight Services  7:00 & 9:00 pm 

Christmas Day Service with the Covenant Players 3:00 pm Sunday