Looking Ahead

Click here to see the Church Calendar

Click here to view/print the BCOC Facilities Request Form

Click here to view/print the 2017-2018 Interest Survey

Click here to view/print the 2017 Pledge Card


Wednesday Nights!

Adults: Beef tips, potatoes, veggies, corn bread, dessert
Children: Chicken fingers, corn, tater tots or fries, fruit, dessert

REMINDER: Wednesday Night Supper reservations are due every Monday by 3:00 p.m. If you would like to be placed on the permanent list or to confirm your permanent reservation, please contact the church office at 328-0644.

Upcoming Wednesday Nights

September 13, 2018 Budget Proposal and other business

September 20, "Calling and Vocation"

September 27 - October 11, Skills for Christian Living

October 18, Adoption of the 2018 Budget and other business

October 25, "How to Have a Civil Discourse in an Uncivil World," J.L. "Vic" Dippenaar


Hurricane Harvey Relief


Alabama CBF has a list of things we can do:

  • Pray – Pray for Houston, Harris County, families, and first responders.
  • Give – Consider giving to the CBF Hurricane Disaster Relief Fund (click HERE if you wish to give)
  • Organize – Consider becoming part of short-term disaster relief groups and long-term rebuilding efforts.
  • Think: Long-term – Keep in mind that recovery takes years. Consider supporting efforts that focus on rehabilitation and the resiliency of communities.

There are several ways for Covenant members to get involved.

  1. The United Methodist Church has a Disaster Response Warehouse in Decatur, AL and are looking for volunteers to help sort supplies. BCOC is looking to form a team to help in September. Email Taylor Bell if interested (For more information visit their website.)
  2. If you are interested in the possibility of traveling to East Texas to participate in rebuilding efforts, email Taylor Bell.
  3. AL.com has produced a list of all Hurricane Harvey relief efforts in Alabama. Click HERE to learn more.


Skills for Christian Living

On Wednesday nights, annually, classes are offered to help members hone a specific Christian skill for the living of faith. This year we are pleased to offer five classes on September 27, October 4 and 11. Featured teachers and classes are as follows:

  • Debbie Sumrall, “Nonviolent Response to Conflict”
  • Eva Kendrick, “Understanding Gender and Sexual identity”
  • Vicki Rayford, “Planning for the Holidays”
  • John Mitchell, “Bible Study on James”
  • Karen Smith, “Making Personal Finger Labyrinths”

Please select ONE class for all three weeks. A sign-up board is located in the Fellowship Hall.