Having trouble finding your way? Covenant is a pretty big place. Use the maps below to get yourself oriented.
Directions to Covenant
Covenant is conveniently located at the southeast corner of MoPac and 2222. From the south, look for the large building on the right, marked “Covenant Presbyterian Church.” From the north, exit 2222 and turn left at the light; the church will be on your right after you pass under the MoPac bridge. If you’re headed west on 2222, pass Shoal Creek Blvd. and one more light at Marilyn Dr., then turn left at the break in the median. If you are headed east on 2222, pass under the MoPac bridge; the church will be on the right just past the light.
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Buildings and Maps
Covenant has grown a lot over the years, from a single building in the 60′s to four buildings today. If you’re having trouble navigating the campus, click here to download a PDF that includes a site map and layouts for all of the buildings.
Covenant Hall serves as Covenant’s office building. If you need to get in touch with staff or just can’t find your way, come to this building first. In addition to staff offices, there are several conference rooms, as well as a workroom for copies and other office needs.
The Sanctuary’s main purpose is to house Covenant’s three traditional services on Sunday mornings, as well as other services and concerts throughout the year. The Sanctuary also houses a few offices and classrooms off its hallways.
Fellowship and Education Building
Covenant’s newest and largest building, the Fellowship and Education Building, houses several of Covenant’s ministries and services. On the first floor, you’ll find classrooms that house classes for all ages. The second floor offers a large hall for the contemporary service and large events, and also houses kitchen and childcare services. The third floor is a safe haven for preschoolers; it can be accessed only by preschool staff, parents and children. Finally, the multi-use recreational facilities on the fourth floor offer plenty of room for active events in the gymnasium, and the large room adjacent to the gym houses Student Ministries’ activities throughout the week.
Eaton Hall is Covenant’s oldest building, opened in 1965. The building served as Covenant’s sanctuary until 1981, when Covenant’s new Sanctuary building was constructed. Eaton Hall is now used as a flexible space for large groups, and also offers extra rooms for classes and activities.