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Faith, Hope, and Love: three cardinal virtues of historic and biblical Christianity (1 Corinthians 13:13). These are the virtues we at Covenant Presbyterian Church are asking God to build in us as individuals in Christ, but even more importantly as the people of God called to live together.

Faith, no matter how small, is powerful if placed in the right object. The object of our faith is the Lord Jesus Christ. He is our Savior, Redeemer, and King. By saying we are a community of Faith, we affirm that we trust not in ourselves, our power, wealth, or wisdom. Rather, we trust in Christ who alone is powerful to save.

In the same way, many today hope in things that cannot deliver. We hope in the Lord Jesus and this hope is an anchor for our souls and our church. We hold to the sure hope of eternal life for all who call upon the Lord Jesus by faith.

Love is a term jaded and devalued in our popular culture. We believe that we can love one another and the lost around us because we have been loved deeply and profoundly by our Heavenly Father.

A Community Committed to Worship, Nurture, and Witness

Worship is the most important activity Christians engage in. It is what we will do forever in God's presence in the new heavens and the new earth (Revelation 21:1). We are committed to heart-felt, God-centered, Christ-exalting worship. We worship the audience of One who alone deserves our praise.

If we worship in a right manner, we will naturally be hungry to know this God more and more. Vigorous Christian nurture is vital for all of God's children to grow in knowledge and love.

And finally, if we worship God, and grow more and more like Him, we will naturally want to share the light of that knowledge and love with others through faithful and consistent witness through word and deed.

Covenant Presbyterian Church is affiliated with the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) as well as locally with the Central Florida Presbytery.

A description of Covenant's order of service can be found in this post by one of the church deacons, Kedric Webster.