Weekly Newsletter

https://www.bataviacov.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/BCP-McAlister-Deli-video.mp4 You've got a restaurant treat to look forward to this week! McAlister's Deli is giving back 20% to Batavia Covenant Preschool this Monday, July 26th. Enjoy a delicious meal which also supports a local Geneva cause at the same time! Show your support for Batavia Covenant Preschool by RSVPing here: https://grouprai.se/s192439 #bataviacovenantpreschool #mcalistersdeli #geneva #groupraise #restaurantfundraiser
During this pandemic, we want to be available to help those in need. Do you have basic needs that we can help with, do you know someone who does? If so, please complete a help form below by clicking on this link -https://forms.gle/QN5qVnH8s6miS3ym6. We will coordinate our efforts to care for each other and our community.

March 11, 2021

High School Parking

The lottery drawing for new registrations has been finalized. Click on the seal below to view results and see if your number was chosen. Your identification number was emailed to you when you completed registration. If your number was selected, follow the instructions below to complete your registration. If your number was not selected, we are sorry to say that we do not have a spot for you this year. After drawing for available spots during the selection lottery, we will also select a waiting list of ten people. Those people will be contacted if spots become available over the summer or during the school year. If your number was chosen, you need to complete your registration by submitting a signed copy of the Rules and Regulations Form (you can download that here) and a check payable to Batavia Covenant Church in the amount of $175.00 to our church office

May 13, 2018

Mission Focus

Each week we are asking our congregation to be in prayer for one of our supported missionaries or local mission agency. This week we are asking everyone to bring John and Letha Kerl, our mission partners serving as Regional Coordinators for Europe, to God in prayer. The photo below is a bit old; it was taken before they moved during the pandemic from Europe. They are living in the greater Seattle area and dealing with the excessive heat being experienced there - no coats and scarves these days! Letha writes that spring flew by as she enjoyed her brief sabbatical reading, studying, painting and “hanging out with God.” It was refreshing in body and spirit. As soon as her sabbatical was over, Letha jumped right into the Covenant Annual Meeting as a delegate. Now she and John are getting ready to host a Serve Globally staff retreat in Washington next month. One of their projects
We are now having Coffee Hour on Thursday mornings at 10:30 am in the Fellowship Hall. This is a time to connect with one another and spend time together in a casual setting where hospitality and friendly conversation abounds. As an additional motivator, we are having coffee and snacks! Feel free to come alone or bring the whole family. Everybody is welcome.