Our challenging curriculum guides students to achieve their God-given potential and prepares them for a life of leadership and service to their communities and to the Lord.

Spiritual Life
Outward : Serve

Acts 1:8, “… you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.”

Service Projects

Throughout the year, New Covenant’s students from K4 through 12th grade serve within the school, the local community, and abroad through high school mission trips.

Examples of  recent service projects include:

  • Align Life Ministries – “Happy Birthday, Jesus!” party – collect baby items – K4-K
  • Samaritan’s Purse – Operation Christmas Child – 1st
  • Nursing home visits – singing, programs, visiting the elderly – 2nd & 4th
  • Pennies for Patients – Leukemia & Lymphoma Society – 3rd
  • JOY Food Pantry – canned food collection – 5th
  • Assist with YFC auction preparations – 6th & 11th
  • Salvation Army – sorting and wrapping Christmas gifts – 7th & 8th
  • Adopt a Highway program – cleaning Jay St. – MS/HS
  • Teen Challenge – collected items for Christmas gifts – HS
  • Christmas Cards for Inmates – K4-12th

Mission Trips

These trips are a highlight of the school year for New Covenant’s HS students. During a designated week in May, freshmen serve in our local community (“our Jerusalem”), sophomores head to the Pennsylvania Poconos to assist a Christian camp (“our Judea”), juniors and seniors serve out-of-state or out-of-country (“the end of the earth”).

Mentoring Ministry

This Ministry began in 2013 as a way to encourage and support students in a one-on-one basis.  A student who requests a mentor is paired with a volunteer staff member of the same gender.  Students who have a mentor have a wide variety of reasons for wanting a mentor: from personal, academic, or just a time to talk to someone.

Since 2013 the ministry has grown to include students being mentored by other students.  All of the student mentors are Junior or Senior classmen.  The student mentors attend bi-weekly meetings with the Student Pastor for training, equipping, and group support.  Each year about 25 students had either a staff or student mentor.