Covenant Presbyterian Church

 Join us for worship on Sunday at 10:30 AM - Welcoming All Who Come Our Way!

Please visit our Worship page to see and download this Sunday's bulletin


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Covenant offers a unique prayer ministry that is communicated through email to members of our church. 

Please send prayer requests to kneemail@covenantscranton.org to be included in the email string. 

Mission of Covenant Presbyterian Church

To be an instrument for God's transformation of individuals and society by

Welcoming all who come our way;

Seeking those who have not come; 

Teaching the message of Christ's love in word and deed; 

Expressing gratitude to God through stewardship and worship; and 

Caring and Praying for those in need of emotional and spiritual support, direct service, or partners in their struggle for justice, both locally and throughout the world.

Contact and Directions

Church Address:

Covenant Presbyterian Church

550 Madison Avenue

Scranton, PA 18510


Church Business Mailing Address and Office:

Covenant Presbyterian Church

816 Olive Street

Scranton, PA 18510

Phone: (570) 346-6400


Directions:

Covenant Church is located close to the downtown of Scranton.


From the Scranton Expressway (Route 11): 

Continue East on Mulberry Street until you reach the traffic light (approximately seven blocks) at the intersection of Mulberry Street and Madison Avenue. Turn left at the light and continue for two blocks. Covenant is on the corner of Madison Avenue and Olive Street.


From Interstate 81 North or South: Take the Central Scranton (Joe Biden) Expressway exit, follow into downtown Scranton (avoid the right ramp to Cedar Avenue). Stay in the far-right lane, which will merge directly onto Madison Avenue. Travel to one stop sign to the light at Madison Avenue and Mulberry Street. Travel straight for two more blocks. The church is on the corner of Madison Avenue and Olive Street.


Stained Glass Windows

Covenant Presbyterian Church's collection of nineteen stained glass windows includes the work of renowned artists Louis Comfort Tiffany, John La Farge, Henry Lee Willet, and Nicola D'Ascenzo. During the last century, the beauty and inspirational effect of the cathedral that houses Covenant has been enhanced by the addition of stained glass windows. It took 60 years to complete the windows around the nave as a panorama of the earthly life of Jesus. Seeing these differences in styles presents an opportunity to observe the changes in content, technique, and imagery in the art of stained glass. Most importantly, it allows visitors to see how the designs successfully combine ancient symbolism with more modern imagery to portray some of the outstanding characters and incidents of the Bible.

 Get to Know Covenant Presbyterian Church

The corner of Madison Avenue and Olive Street in Scranton, Pennsylvania


550 Madison Avenue Offices located at:

Scranton, PA 18510 816 Olive Street

   Scranton, PA 18510

www.covenantscranton.org (570) 346-6400