OUtreach and missions

COV's mission is to follow Jesus Christ to lead lives that reveal God’s goodness. This mission isn’t something that can be delegated - it’s personal. Like any task worth doing it involves effort, potential risk and possible discomfort. The fruit of obedience, however, is a stronger faith, a deeper sense of purpose and surprising joy as we find our part in His story.

Below, you will discover such ministries located here, near and far. 

We invite you to read, pray, and then join us as we reveal God’s goodness together.

  • Broken Arrow Bible Ranch (BABR)

    BABR is a Christian camp that serves children and teens from Native American reservations in the region surrounding the camp in Vanderwagen, NM. 

    In the past several years COV has built a relationship with the staff at BABR. We have two Mission teams that go and help BABR.

    Our Adult Mission team works on construction projects to prepare the camp for students.

    Our teen Mission team assist in the facilitation of camp activities in session.

  • Backpack Give Away

    COV's Backpack Give Away community outreach is for elementary to high school students who are in need of backpacks and school supplies. 

    The Backpack Give Away is typically the last  week of July. 

  • Missions and Missionaries around the world

    Current Commitments:

    Tom and Denise Allen:
    Intervarsity Christian Fellowship for the college campuses of Orange County and the Inland Empire.

    Steve and Marion Spencer: African Bible College, Malawi, Southeast Africa for an accredited four year Christian liberal arts degree whose mission is to train and equip nationals for Christian leadership. Steve is the Dean of the College.

    The Browns:
    Middle East Christian Ministry dedicated to spreading the gospel and establishing churches in Middle Eastern countries.

    Don and Janie Nellis:
    UIM International, a mission organization seeking to plant churches in the US, Canada and Mexico among Native and Hispanic people groups. Don is the Mexico Field Director.

    Gurindapalli and Sweety Dileep:
    Gurindapalli was born into a Indian Hindu family. As a young man God delivered him from deep bondage when he received Jesus as his personal Savior. He is working in Church planting ministries.

    Monica Coleman:
    Faithfully teaching in South Korea as a supported missionary from
    this congregation.