Cherishing the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Help Wanted

Serving and equipping the body of Christ is a wonderful way to respond to the work that God has already done in you. It is also a great way to meet people, develop relationships, and grow as a follower of Christ.

Staff the bookstore during open hours on Sunday.  Bookstore staff will be available to help with finding books and collecting payment for any books that are purchased.

Our heart’s desire is to work alongside parents in providing a caring environment where families can learn more about God and the Bible. 

Greet and welcome members and visitors as they arrive on Sunday morning.  Distribute copies of the bulletin as people arrive and be available to answer questions any visitors may have.

The aim of our media techs is to serve the saints at CLF, in order that they may see the lyrics for songs, key points of the sermon, to stay connected at home via Livestream, and be engaged!  The media tech’s role is crucial. 

These individuals ensure no one enters our children ministry building and keeps watch over everyone in attendance as the corporate gathering is in session.

The aim of our sound team is to serve the saints at CLF, so that they may hear the music and sermons through which they see the majesty of our Lord and Savior. These members see their role as a way for the Word of God to be heard by everyone in attendance.

Ushers will help with the setup of communion, assist individuals and families find a seat in the sanctuary and be responsible for collecting, doing an attendance count at each service.  They will also collect the offering and do a preliminary count of the offering after the second service.

Staff the welcome table before and after each service.  This team will assist with sign-ups for events, collect guest cards and distribute visitor gifts and be generally available in the foyer to answer any general questions that members and visitors may have about the service.

The aim of our sound team is to serve the saints at CLF, so that they may hear the music and sermons through which they see the majesty of our Lord and Savior. These members see their role as a way for the Word of God to be heard by everyone in attendance.


God the Father is the Creator of heaven and earth. By his word and for his glory, he freely and supernaturally created the world of nothing. Through the same Word he daily sustains all his creatures. He rules over all and is the only Sovereign. His plans and purposes cannot be thwarted. He is faithful to every promise, works all things together for good to those who love him, and in his unfathomable grace gave his Son Jesus Christ for mankind’s redemption. He made man for fellowship with himself, and intended that all creation should live to the praise of his glory.

The Sunday Gathering

8:30 am & 10:30 am

We hope to see you On Sunday!

Come Join Us For Fellowship

Coming Up Events

February 26 at 6:30 pm

Ladies, enjoy a night out full of fellowship and a special message from Dave Ruble about Jesus Christ being our sure foundation.

April 18th at 5:00 pm

Join us at Covenant Life Fellowship as the Elders take on your questions dealing with modern issues while guiding us in the wisdom and knowledge of the Word of God.

Cherishing The Gospel of Jesus Christ

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Posts, News, and Musings

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Covenant Loyalty

In my years in the ministry, I have found that people like to put on fronts, like to protect their reputations, and are afraid of being exposed. I’ve said often, “everyone wants accountability until they get it.” It’s true. We’ll ask off-the-wall questions, make untrue accusations, and even remember things that never happened…all for the sake of the cover-up.

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Flee Idolatry

When you read this text, especially when you see that the Old Testament people were “overthrown in the wilderness” or “were destroyed by the Destroyer”, it creates some challenges for us. Were these people Christians? What happened to them? And what does this mean for us? Is it possible for us to be lost, be found, then be lost again?

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Prepare for Glory

It’s never easy to talk about suffering and trials. It’s much easier to speak about God’s promises, God’s grace, and the empowerment to overcome sin. But Scripture is full of suffering examples: Joseph, people of Israel, and most importantly, Jesus.

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The Church

There is so much to be said about the Church. I really wanted to help all of us see how the Church benefits to our souls. The combo of “drawing near to God” and “drawing near to one another” was challenging for us. Especially in the independent and isolated Northwest. My hope was that we would see how valuable and precious the family gatherings are to us and that we should make them a priority in our lives and calendars.

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Take up Your Cross

I have really enjoyed this sermon series. In hearing from many of you, it seems this series has been needed and encouraging. My prayer is that it’s a good launching point for 2021. We are children of God…adopted by God’s grace; representing Jesus in this world; empowered to overcome sin and the grave; and we love Jesus more than our lives.

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Dying Daily

For a long time in my Christian life, I found myself on the “tread mill”. Things seemed to always be a big deal or worse or better than they actually were; I didn’t find much traction; or I was up and down spiritually. It was frustrating, to be honest. Then I spent more time in Romans 5-8.

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