Community Ministry

Covenant Presbyterian Church is a partner in serving our community. The following are organizations that offer their services from within Covenant’s church building:

The Infant Care Program (ICP) at Covenant

The Mission of the Infant Care Program is to provide high quality, affordable childcare and support for families with infants and toddlers. They offer quality care for infants from birth to 5 years of age. Hours of operation are 6:30 AM to 5:30 PM, Monday through Friday. Contact ICP via email:

Safety Net

A ministry of local churches to help people who other agencies cannot help. Infant and supplemental food, clothing, rent, prescriptions, eyeglasses, furniture and moving assistance are provided if possible. This program helps people who have “fallen through the cracks.”

Breadbasket of NEPA

The interfaith network of volunteer food pantries housed in places of worship in the greater Scranton area including: Central City (Elm Park United Methodist Church); North Pocono (St. Catherine’s Church); North Scranton (St. Joseph’s School); South Scranton (St. John the Evangelist Church); Carbondale (First Presbyterian Church); Mid Valley (St. Michael’s Church).

 Community Program meetings/events at Covenant:

Caring For Those in Need of Direct Service

Covenant regularly offers opportunities for our members to be directly involved in the support of agencies, organizations, and projects that make an impact in the life of others in our community.

Health & Basic Needs

Many organizations and projects are supported by Covenant Presbyterian Church through the Torrey Fund Endowment.

Children & Youth

Angel Tree Gifts and Deacon Baskets: 

Covenant works with local social service agencies to identify and serve families in our surrounding communities who can benefit from gifts of food during the holidays. To volunteer and/or donate, please call 570-346-6400.

Contact The Infant Care Program (ICP)

Barbara Pliske, Director


Contact Safety Net for Services

(closed Wednesdays)


Contact Breadbasket of NEPA

Phoebe Wilson, Director