9:30AM Sunday School
10:45AM Morning Worship
6:00PM Evening Worship
(No Evening Worship the first Sunday of the month)
Wednesday Prayer Meeting (Sept—May)
5:30PM Meal and Fellowship
6:15PM Prayer Meeting and Children's Activities
281 Edgewood Road
Asheville, NC 28804
Together we strive to be a growing community of lives changed through the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. We believe in a warm and positive expression of the Reformed Faith that both promotes and defends sound doctrine, while at the same time is lived out in love, joy, humility, patience, and kindness. We want to glorify God through reverent and joyful services of worship, biblical discipleship and fellowship for the whole family, and intentional acts of mercy and evangelism. By these means we seek to know God and abound in His grace, which in turn causes us to abound with love for our city, our nation, and our world.
We invite you to join us this Sunday for worship and hope to see you soon.
Your servant in Christ,
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
When are your services?
Where should I park?
Our gravel lot is currently under construction! But, when you pull into our driveway off of Edgewood Road you will find a few reserved visitor parking spots directly ahead on the black top. If these spots are filled, a sign or a volunteer may direct you to a parking lot, just down Edgewood Road towards UNCA, which is within walking distance of CRPC.
What is available for my children?
What is the worship like?
What should I wear?
We do not have a dress code, but the dress attire of most of those attending Covenant Reformed reflects the sense of reverence that we seek to bring to worship. While our pastors wear coats and ties, there is a greater variety in our members, from “Sunday best" to “business casual.” We welcome everyone to our services. Clothes are really of secondary importance; the heart is always God's greatest concern.
Why do you have two different services on Sunday?
We think worship is so important that we gather twice on most Sundays, in the morning and in the evening, to worship. This practice is borne out of the Old Testament pattern of morning and evening sacrifice, and is rooted in our belief that the Lord’s Day is to be spent in worship and rest.