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serving around the world.
Covenant’s Cuba ministry partnership is building long-term relationships with our Cuban brothers and sisters in Christ, particularly with the Presbyterian Church in the Havana barrio known as Luyanó.
Since 1994, members of both churches have bonded through Bible study, fellowship and service as we encourage our communities to follow Jesus wherever we live, work and play.
Covenant members travel to Cuba to participate in special events like church anniversaries and Vacation Bible School. We also seek volunteers to travel to Cuba, to contribute supplies such as over-the-counter medicines and baby goods and to pray for those traveling. Watch this video to learn more about our sister church in Luyanó.
For more information, contact Jack Kern, Cuba Ministry Team Leader
Covenant has been in partnership in Belize since 2014. Our partner organization, The Word at Work, connects churches in Belize to churches in the United States, striving to create a mutually beneficial relationship.
Each spring break, Covenant families visit our sister church in Belize City. Together we serve, celebrate, sing and grow in relationship.
COVID-19 has effectively stopped life in Belize. All ports are closed, and in-country travel is forbidden without a government pass. The Word at Work has gotten special permission to travel from the cities to villages to help distribute food. With ports closed and village-to-village travel forbidden, trade has stopped and food is quickly becoming scarce. Please join us in praying that God would use His church in Belize to provide food to those without and that The Word at Work can continue to its current efforts in Belize.
Covenant is excited to expand our partnership with The Word at Work. If you would like to learn more about Belize, contact Whitney Bell.
Missionaries in the Solomon Islands
Pam and Nico Daams have worked with Wycliffe Bible Translators since 1977. The couple currently leads a team working on projects across Micronesia and Polynesia to produce translations of the Bible in the many languages found in that part of the world.
Increasingly, the Daams’ focus is on recruiting, training and encouraging Pacific Islanders in order to make translation work sustainable. The Wycliffe organization believes that scripture in a language people know is the most solid foundation for a healthy church. Pam also runs trauma healing workshops and training for Aboriginal and refugee communities.
The Daams’ long-standing connection with Covenant began in 1996 through Covenant member Betty Hall, who met the Daams at First Presbyterian Church in Houston. Pam and Nico have visited our church many times, giving presentations on their work to the youth, Sunday school classes and at Wednesday night programming. They send regular updates on their work and prayer requests.
For more information on the Daams and their ministry, Contact Whitney Bell.