Join us for Worship. All are Welcome!
Covenant Churches open for indoor worship October 11
Due to continuing health precautions, Rev. Diane will conduct Holy Eucharist (bread only) on a rotating basis among the three parishes beginning November 1, for the foreseeable future. Feel free to follow the schedule and visit other parishes on any weekend. All social distancing, masks and sign-in will be required at all member churches. This schedule is subject to change based on changing health and safety conditions.
Parishes not on the rotation for Holy Eucharist will conduct Morning Prayer.
Bring your own Prayer Book or order of Service provided via email to parish members connected online.
Download and save a pdf of the Book of Common Prayer on your mobile device (phone or tablet) here
Download the Book of Common Prayer from the App Store (internet or data access required for use)
St. Paul’s, Dowagiac, 10:00 am
Enter by Main door
St. Paul’s, St. Joseph, 9:30 am
Enter by Morton St. (parking strip side, ramp or Activities entrance)
Trinity, Niles, 9:30 am
Enter by Parish Hall door
All protocols enforced:
Masks are required
Personal distancing before, during, after
No close gathering, coffee hours, food distribution
Covenant Worship Schedule
Nov. 1 Dowagiac/Niles
Nov. 8 St. Joe
Nov. 15 Niles
Nov. 22 Dowagiac
Nov. 29 St. Joe – Advent 1
Dec. 6 Niles – Advent 2
Dec. 13 Dowagiac – Advent 3
Dec. 20 St. Joe – Advent 4
Christmas Eve – Dec. 24
3:00 pm Dowagiac
5:00 pm Niles
7:00 pm St. Joe
Dec. 27 Niles – Christmas 1
Jan. 3 Dowagiac
Jan. 10 St. Joe - Epiphany
Jan. 17 Niles Annual Meeting follows
Jan. 24 St. Joe Annual Meeting follows
Jan. 31 Dowagiac Annual Meeting follows
The people are the church. Come be a part of the people who love God, their community and each other.
We welcome all persons who are seeking to live with integrity, love, and dignity. The people of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church affirm their commitment to be an inclusive community – to accept all persons regardless of race, class, gender, and sexual identity. We welcome all people on the basis of our baptismal covenant in which we promise to serve Christ in all persons and to respect the dignity of every human being.