ABOUT US

WHO WE ARE

Midtown Covenant Church is a multiethnic, multiplying, reconciling, and disciple-making church. We are a church for the unchurched, those who have been burned by the church in the past, and those wondering if they are passionately welcomed back into the church after being gone for whatever reason. We care deeply about our city, the nation, and the world. We believe that Christ changes everything and provides us with the power and authority to make a transformative difference in the world. We share Christ’s heart for the vulnerable, marginalized, lost, and broken. We are committed to being a bridge of empowerment, unity, and love in a divided world.

Our Vision

Midtown Covenant Church is a multi-ethnic, multiplying, reconciling, and disciple-making church. We are a church for the unchurched, those who have been burned by the church in the past, and those wondering if they are passionately welcomed back into the church after being gone for whatever reason. We care deeply about our city, the nation, and the world. We believe that Christ changes everything and provides us with the power and authority to make a transformative difference in the world. We share Christ’s heart for the vulnerable, marginalized, lost, and broken. We are committed to being a bridge of empowerment, unity, and love in a divided world.

Our Mission

Providing Hope, Health, and Healing to the region of Sacramento, and beyond.

Our Purpose

Equipping and Releasing Cross-Cultural, Reconciling, and Justice-oriented Disciple Makers into the Region of Sacramento and beyond.

Our Core Values
  • Christ-centered
  • Biblically-rooted
  • Missionally-driven
  • Deeply Engaging and Practical Preaching and Teaching
  • Vibrant, Contemporary, Multiethnic, and Urban Worship
  • Multigenerational and Multicultural Community
  • Commitment to God’s Call to Reconciliation and Righteousness
  • Developing Maturing Disciples Who Make Disciples
  • Serving and Advancing the Kingdom of God in Our City
Statement of Faith
  • We affirm the centrality of the word of God.
  • We affirm the necessity of the new birth.
  • We affirm a commitment to the whole mission of the church.
  • We affirm the church as a fellowship of believers.
  • We affirm a conscious dependence on the Holy Spirit.
  • We affirm the reality of freedom in Christ.

 

(Taken directly from the Evangelical Covenant Church at: https://covchurch.org/)