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Policies around property use, weddings, funerals, children, youth, vulnerable adults, and photography can be found here.


Updated March 7, 2021


“God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though the earth should change….” Psalm 46


On June 2, 2020, the Session adopted a recommendation from the Open the Gates task force for Stage 1 of a return to the church campus. On March 2, 2021, the Session adopted a recommendation for Stage 2 guidelines. Highlights from the Stage 2 guidelines are included below, and you can read the entire document here.

  • General:

    • Masks and social distancing are always required when in the building.

    • Children under 5 years old are not required to wear masks.

  • Worship:

    • We will gather for only one service at 11:00 a.m.

    • Worship will be live streamed on our website.

    • The sanctuary is open to 60 worshipers.

    • Reservations are not required.

    • The choir may sing if all member are fully vaccinated and if they are wearing singing masks.

    • The congregation is not permitted to sing at this time.

  • Other Gatherings:

    • Other groups may meet in the building if they choose to do so (and all wear masks).​

    • Up to 30 people are permitted in the Fellowship Hall.

    • Up to 12 people are permitted in the Music Room.

    • Up to 6 people are permitted in all other rooms.

  • Covenant Preschool: All previous actions of Session regarding COVID-19 restrictions for the preschool are still in place. More information, including safety guidelines approved by the Session, may be found on the Covenant Preschool website.

  • Church Office: The church office is open as normal.

  • Open the Gates Task Force: On May 5, 2020, the Session created a task force to form a plan to safely reopen the property to in-person gatherings. This task force is charged with creating a phased plan that will protect the health and safety of our community as we return to our building.

  • Future Decisions: The Session will meet monthly to assess the situation and extend these provisions as necessary.

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Covenant Chimes Newsletter

The Covenant Chimes Newsletter is produced monthly and mailed to all members. To be added to the mailing list or to submit an article, please contact Judy Strogonoff. The deadline for submissions is always the third Monday of the month before publication.


Policies & Forms

These are a few policies and forms that have been approved by the session. This list is not meant to be exhaustive, but is intended to furnish you with the most common policies and forms that you may need. The Wedding Policy is only available to people who have had a conversation with one of the pastors. We welcome wedding applications from members and non-members who are active in the congregation and wish to be supported by this congregation as they begin their journey of marriage. Please contact the church office for more information.

Child, Youth, & Vulnerable Adult Protection Policy

As people who seek to follow Jesus’ commandment to “let the children come to me” (Matt. 19:14), the congregation of Covenant Presbyterian Church takes seriously the importance of providing a safe and nurturing environment for members of all ages.  The Child, Youth, and Vulnerable Adult Protection Policy intends to protect the children and youth in our church community, the adult volunteers and employees who work with them, and the church itself.

The policy establishes standards and procedures for:

  • Supervision of and interaction with children and youth

  • Volunteer and staff screening and training

  • Reporting and responding to suspicious or inappropriate activity


If you have questions about the policy, please contact the Rev. Katelyn Gordon Cooke.

Print & Online Photo Use Policy

Including photos on our website and other church publications of people and events at Covenant Presbyterian Church is a privilege for us, and we intend to respect and honor it. Therefore:

  • Photos are almost always of people in public spaces, and/or at public events.

  • We will not knowingly post anything that would be embarrassing, objectionable or hurtful to anyone in the photo.

  • We do not identify children or youth by name in the photos we print or post online. Adults may occasionally be identified only if prior permission is given.

  • We will keep a database of names for those who request pictures of them or their children not be used and will strive to honor each request.

  • If copyright for a photo is held by someone other than Covenant Presbyterian Church, we will receive permission to post it and gladly provide credit if desired by the photographer.

  • We will respectfully remove any photo upon request. If you see a photo that includes you or your child and would like it removed from the site, please call the church office with the details.


We ask for your respect in return. Unless otherwise indicated, photographs throughout this website are the property of and are copyrighted by Covenant Presbyterian Church and may not be used for any purpose (including but not limited to: downloading, printing, distributing, linking) without expressed permission from Covenant Presbyterian Church.


Sharing God's love in West Augusta since 1959, Covenant Presbyterian Church is a congregation of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).



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Augusta, GA 30909


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