Our Story & Neighbourhood
We are a church family seeking to follow Jesus, care for each other and transform lives.
We began worshiping together in 1963, finding a home in Saskatoon’s College Park neighbourhood. In the beginning, we gathered on the very edge of Saskatoon, surrounded by fields and open sky.
Over the years we have nurtured several generations in faith and life together in Jesus’ kingdom. As the city has grown, our neighbourhood has developed into a varied and vibrant place.
Our building has grown as well, with an expansion that was completed in 1995, allowing us to worship and engage our community more effectively.
What has remained constant over time is our desire to know God and to follow Jesus with our heads, hearts and hands, reaching out with God’s love and mercy to our local and global communities.
Come As You Are
Welcome in advance to College Park Covenant! Every week we gather to worship, to pray, to listen to God and each other, in a relaxed atmosphere where we can be real.
Join us Sunday mornings to worship God
Worship gatherings are on Sundays at 10am, at 909 Acadia Drive.
Stick around for a simple sandwich lunch or homemade soup and buns on most first Sundays of the month!
Throughout the week we do life together, paying attention to Jesus in our lives and joining his work in our community.
We pray you will develop significant friendships among us and find a sense of belonging, rooted in God’s incredible hospitality.
What's Your Story?
We would love to have coffee and hear your story. And if God weaves both of our stories together in the beautiful tapestry of Jesus’ kingdom, we’d love that as well!Contact one of our pastors
Our Church Council
Emily Thomas - chairperson
Rob Horsley - vice-chairperson
Laura Fenton - secretary
Janalee Cowan- vice-secretary
David Peterson - member at large
James Mitchell - member at large
Scott Gjesdal - member at large
About Our Logo
Green is the colour of new life, resurrection life.
The frame is dynamic—we are on the move. We are called to go and make disciples. This is not an armchair experience of following Jesus.
It’s a cross-shaped path. Jesus leads us on a trajectory that includes his abundant kind of life and giving ourselves away.
As we walk alongside friends on their life’s journey, we invite them and lead them toward the cross—to come with us to Jesus and be transformed by him.
Living water is pouring out of Jesus’ cross—it's God’s love for us, outflowing to the world. Our church is one part of the river that God’s Spirit is pouring over the world.