Summer Sunday Worship
Each summer, Covenant Harbor hosts a Summer Sunday Worship series that is open to the public. Come and worship in our beautiful setting and enjoy a day at the lake. Summer Sundays are a great “first experience” of camp, and a place to invite your friends to great worship.
The intergenerational Sunday morning worship services have engaging preaching and celebratory worship music. Service starts at 10:30am. After the service, people may buy a grilled lunch on the grounds for $6.50 and swim until 4:00pm.
If you have a camper registered to start a week of camp on a Sunday, come early and enjoy worship and the afternoon with your camper before their camp week begins.
June 12 – Rev. Ricky Jenkins, Teaching Pastor, Fellowship Memphis
June 19 – Dr. Carol Norén, Professor of Homiletics, North Park Theological Seminary
June 26 – Rev. Mel Lawrenz, Minister-At-Large, Elmbrook Church
July 3 – Rev. Rick Lindholtz, Lead Pastor, Valley Covenant Church
July 10 – Dr. Keith Hamilton, President, Alaska Christian College
July 17 – Rev. Michelle Sanchez, Make and Deepen Disciples, Evangelical Covenant Church
July 24* – Rev. Steve Larson, Senior Pastor, Libertyville Covenant Church
July 31 – Rev. Jerome Nelson, Superintendent, Central Conference of the ECC
* July 24 – Alumni Sunday
Mark and Terri Reed from Rockford, IL, will be joining us for another great summer of worship!
After Summer Sunday Worship, stay and purchase a delicious lunch at the Lakeside Cafe!
Lakeside Cafe will feature an amazing selection of high-quality grilled beef and turkey burgers, sausages, and a vegetarian option along with every imaginable condiment. We also offer fresh fruit, chips, and ice-cold beverages.
In the afternoon following Summer Sunday Worship, stay on camp grounds to enjoy some activities! Whether you are staying to check in a camper for the upcoming camp week or just looking for some fun things to extend your visit to Covenant Harbor, we offer a few activities to enjoy while you are here.
Our Waterfront will be open until 4:00pm for you and your family to use, staffed by our lifeguards. We also have carpetball tables set up on the front lawn and other locations around camp. If you would like to see more of Covenant Harbor, our full time staff will be offering tours leaving from the Boathouse. Tours are a great way to see more of camp and include a look at our newest building, the Jackson Family Activity Center.
Because our camp week begins on Sunday evenings, we invite Summer Sunday Worship guests to limit their stay until 4:00pm.