Welcome to new covenant

New Covenant Presbyterian Church is affiliated with the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA).  We believe that God is sufficient for all of life's needs.  We claim it, we depend on it, we trust in it, and we thrive under it.  His Word and His Spirit are the precious bonds that hold us together.  We hope you visit with us soon and get to know us better.  



Special Services, Retreats & Conferences

Throughout the year, we have special holiday services.  New Covenant also offers special retreats and conferences for the entire congregation or for specific groups.  Please look at this section to see if there is a special event you would like to attend.  

  • couples conference

    february 10-11, 2023

    Cost: $10 per family


    Using Family Life's Vertical Marriage Small Group curriculum, we've got a fun-filled weekend planned for you. Registration is just $10 per family, which includes family dinner on Friday night, toddler - teen childcare throughout, one session Friday night, three Saturday morning, pizza dinner for the kids (while you go out) and then one more session Saturday night, concluding with a newlywed-style game.


    Session Topics Include:

    The Elusive Secret, Fight Me Like a Man!, To Cheer and to Cherish, God in the Bedroom, and All In! Sessions are part video, part discussion in small groups. This will be a renewing weekend for engaged couples, newly married couples, and grizzled veterans. Make sure to mark your calendars!


    Also during the Couples Conference.........Lego Quest!

    Come to create and compete with Legos and stay to catch some scripture stories. New Covenant Youth Group will be providing childcare, along with adult helpers.

    Toddlers on up through teens are welcome to join for Lego car races, Lego games, design time, Lego robotics, and Lego Bible stories. Again, $10 registration for family includes family dinner on Friday night and kids pizza dinner on Saturday night.

  • Spring retreat

    Youth retreat (Grades 7-12)

    March 3-5, 2023


    Life is meaningless. Life is pain. Life is short. Life is life. Which is it? Rev. Paul Foster will be leading middle and high school youth through a musical study of the book of Ecclesiastes. We'll gather for food, fun, and fellowship on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay at historic Charter Hall. $60 and registration required.

  • missions Conference

    march 17-19, 2023

    keynote speaker: andrew gretzinger


    We are excited to welcome our former Associate Pastor Andrew Gretzinger back to join us for our missions conference this March. We are looking forward to a weekend full of good food, fellowship, and encouragement towards the work of missions.

    We'll also be joined by long-time missionary to Japan and NCPC friend, Linda Karner. See you there!

Upcoming Ministries & Events


To knit members together in love and to build them up in the Lord.

  • Tuesday morning ladies prayer group

    Meeting at 10:00 am at ncpc


    Tuesday mornings (year-round) at 10 am, NCPC is supported in prayer by faithful women who join together to approach the throne of grace boldly on behalf of the community. 

  • Kids quest (k-grade 4)

    wednesday evenings, 6:30 - 8:00 pm

    february 1 - april 5, 2023


    Each Wednesday for ten weeks we'll be gaining skills used in biking: adjusting a helmet, accelerating, braking, rules of the road, shifting gears, inflating tires, replacing tubes, tightening brakes, and changing chains. We'll continue our study of Pilgrim's Progress with Mrs. Lori, incorporating catechism, hymns, and scripture memory.

  • quest (grades 5-8)

    wednesday evenings, 6:30 - 8:00 pm

    february 1 - april 5, 2023


    Each Wednesday for ten weeks we'll be gaining skills used in biking: adjusting a helmet, accelerating, braking, rules of the road, shifting gears, inflating tires, replacing tubes, tightening brakes, and changing chains. We'll continue our study of Pilgrim's Progress with Mrs. Lori, incorporating catechism, hymns, and scripture memory.

  • vision (grades 9-12)

    wednesday evenings, 6:30 - 8:00 pm

    february 1 - april 5, 2023


    Hamartology is the study of sin. With insights from puritan Thomas Brooks' "Precious Remedies Against Satan's Devices" and contemporary author Jerry Bridges' "Respectable Sins", we'll examine sin's presence in our lives and how to battle it using the sword of the Spirit of Jesus. We hope to grow in holiness as we root out even idolatries that can hide within Christian subculture, and in the hearts of covenant children.

  • Men's bible study:

          Paul's letter to the church in rome, part 2

    wednesday evenings, 6:45 - 8:00 pm

    february 1 - april 5, 2023


    The book of Romans is a solid declaration of the gospel in all its fullness. Perhaps because of that, it is also a book that is readily maligned, overlooked, or set aside. We will spend our studies letting the Holy Spirit, who inspired the Apostle to write this letter, speak to us today.

  • ladies bible study

    wednesday evenings, 6:30 - 8:00 pm

    february 1 - april 5, 2023


    More information will be coming in January 2023!

  • High school girls bible study

    Next Meeting date: february 2, 2022 at 7:00 pm


    Philippians Bible Study for high school girls, meeting the first Thursday of each month at the home of Stacey B.

  • Young adult ministry

    A study in song of solomon

    led by pastor nick hathaway

    Next meeting date:  february 12, 2022 at 7:30 pm


    Join us on the second Sunday night of each month for a fellowship meal following evening worship. Afterward, we invite you to study the book, Song of Solomon, with us. We're learning from how the Bible describes marital love, and longing for the one who treats us truly as His beloved, our Lord Christ. Contact Patrick K. to be added to our email list.

  • care food night

    next meeting date:  march 13, 2022


    Join us as we feed the homeless of Harford County. Meets at Calvary Baptist Church.