COMA-RUGA, SPAIN (September 17, 2010) – Donn E. Engebretson has been elected president of the International Federation of Free Evangelical Churches, whose General Assembly is meeting this week in Coma-Ruga south of Barcelona.
CHICAGO, IL (September 14, 2010) – Having moved numerous times during my former newspaper publishing career, the notion of relocating from the 5101 North Francisco Avenue offices of the Evangelical Covenant Church to a new facility at 8303 West Higgins Road near O’Hare International Airport had a somewhat routine feel about it.
CHICAGO, IL (September 13, 2010) – With a cross leading the procession, employees of the Evangelical Covenant Church filed into the new Covenant offices facility at 8303 West Higgins Road this morning, marking the beginning of a new chapter in the Covenant’s story.
CHICAGO, IL (September 9, 2010) – Offices of the Evangelical Covenant Church (ECC), Covenant Trust Company (CTC) and National Covenant Properties (NCP) will be closed tomorrow (Friday) as part of the move to a new facility at 8303 West Higgins Road in Chicago.
CHICAGO, IL (September 8, 2010) – The Evangelical Covenant Church and North Park University are among the sponsors of the Christian Community Development Association’s (CCDA) national conference being held this week in Chicago.
KINSHASA, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO (September 7, 2010) – Mossai Sanguma, president of the Congo Covenant Church (CEUM), has been elected general secretary in charge of medical work for the National Protestant Church of Congo.
CHICAGO, IL (September 7, 2010) – Covenant World Relief (CWR) is asking Evangelical Covenant Church members to donate to relief efforts in Pakistan, which the United Nations says is suffering the world’s “greatest humanitarian crisis in recent history” due to flooding.
LES CAYES, HAITI (August 31, 2010) – Cindy Hoover, an Evangelical Covenant Church medical missionary serving for a month in Haiti, says she is awed by the resilience shown by the people of that nation despite still horrific conditions and overwhelming challenges.