When Jesus commanded his church to make disciples of the nations, he explained this in terms of two activities: 1) “baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit”– which emphasizes the conversion of the nations; and 2) “teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you” — which emphasizes how Christian education is to produce a certain way of life. The links below are an expression of how Michiana Covenant PCA is seeking to make disciples of the nations.
We have blended a traditional Reformed emphasis on “catechism” with an older Augustinian understanding of “catechesis.”
Our Missions Committee guides the congregation’s involvement in overseas missions.
Home School Academy
Designed to serve homeschool families by offering K-12 classes taught by qualified teachers.
Our Church Library features a small collection of theological, devotional and historical books for the edification of our congregation.
Our Men’s Leadership Study seeks to prepare men for service in Christ’s kingdom (at home and in the workplace).
Nurturing, encouraging and equipping women to faithfully and fully use their God-given gifts to glorify God.
Dedicated to serving and supporting those in need living in our local community
We focus on three things: Bible study, fun activities, and service projects.