Freedom and Responsibility: Dissent and Covenant Clergy was developed by the Department of the Ordered Ministry as a foundational document for pastoral reflection and discussion.
This paper seeks to treat singleness from a theological perspective as one faithful form of discipleship, alongside marriage, and to imagine how people who are not married play indispensable roles in the flourishing and witness of the church.
The Evangelical Covenant Church practices both infant baptism and infant dedication. This brochure outlines the Covenant’s stance on infant baptism and infant dedication and what it means to you as a parent, pastor or layperson.
These rules which govern ministers in the Evangelical Covenant Church were adopted in 2002 and were revised in 2008.
The Evangelical Covenant Church takes seriously both the mission of Christ and the unity of Christ’s church. These two burdens converge at the point of pressing forward in ethnic ministry and diversity.
This book, by Donald C. Frisk, is an attempt to present, in a relatively small volume, the basic theological affirmations of the Evangelical Covenant Church. It is not intended to be in any sense a “Covenant Creed.”
The Covenant logo is a registered trademark of the Evangelical Covenant Church and serves as the primary identifier for core ECC ministries and programs. Reproductions must be made from authorized art and must not be re-drawn or re-proportioned.
The Covenant affirmations bring the vibrant faith tenets of the Evangelical Covenant Church into written focus. They form the nucleus of beliefs that shape the Covenant’s theology.
Faith in Action is a ten-week study guide for congregations, small groups, and student/adult Sunday school classes. The booklet is available for dowload below and is full of easy-to-use study guides to use alongside your Bible. Each one-hour lesson incorporates reflection, discussion, mini-lectures, worship, an action challenge, and resources to help participants understand topics around stewardship, sacredness, and biblical reconciliation.
This Resource Paper focuses on the centrality of the Word as a value of the Evangelical Covenant Church.