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Sunday Worship

Worship Services: 8:30 & 11:00 a.m.

Sunday School: 9:45 - 10:45 a.m.

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Contact the bookstore at  (901) 763-3932.

COVENANTERS' CORNER BOOKSTORE HOURS

Monday through Thursday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 

Friday:  9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Sunday: 9:30 - 11:00 a.m.


WOMEN'S BOOK CLUB

Meets Monthly on the Third Thursday | 1:30 p.m. | Coffee Area 

CLICK HERE FOR 2018-2019 MONTHLY BOOK CLUB SELECTIONS


STORYTIME FOR CHILDREN...

Stop by Covenanters' Corner for Storytime for children on Wednesday evenings from 6:00-6:20 p.m.

(The bookstore will be closed on Wednesday evenings until regular Wednesday night dinner and activities resume in August.)

"...but the people who know their God shall stand firm and take action." Daniel 11:32

Recommended Reading

Love, Welcome, Serve: Recipes that Gather and Give by Amy Nelson Hannon

    Having been a pastor’s wife in the South for more than 20 years, Amy Nelson Hannon’s heart for hospitality was established, confirming her long-held belief that people who are cooked for feel cared for. Modeled after her grandmother Euna Mae, Amy encourages people to open their homes to what she calls the “love, welcome, serve” lifestyle – a lifestyle that means living with awareness that people have emotional, spiritual, and physical needs, and using the comfort and ministry of food to respond to those needs, demonstrates the goodness of God.

    With purpose and some divine prompting, she opened a kitchen boutique down the street from her house in hopes of encouraging and equipping folks to live out authentic hospitality. “Y’all, I was 41 years old and had never worked in retail,” she exclaims, “Gosh, for that matter, I had never even had five consecutive days with a shower and makeup!”

    But the purpose had been stirred up in her heart to impact others- to be deliberate and considerate. She challenges us to do the same. Simply said, it’s intentional kitchening. Purposeful plating. For strangers, family, company, your mailman.  She emphasizes the meal can be crown roast or boxed macaroni and cheese, because after all, food is the means to an end, and the “end” is to impact the lives of people for the better. 

    In her cookbook, she equips you with family-friendly recipes you can make on busy weeknights or slow Sunday afternoons; dishes you can fix for crowds that stretch and feed bellies and have reasonable shortcuts; make ahead recipes perfect for out-of-town weekend company; and food that just plain tastes good­­—crowd pleasers and belly fillers that anyone can make.

    You are going to want to own this one, and you might as well get two because you are going to want to give one away!

—review by Trina Crosby