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“As a camp director, it’s always exciting to get an envelope from Covenant Trust Company.  I know that whatever comes in the envelope is the result of someone’s prayerful consideration on how to be a good steward of the Lord’s resources by providing legacy gift funds for projects that will impact the lives of campers for years to come.  By assisting families in their legacy planning, Covenant Trust Company enables them to provide gifts that have been used at Covenant Harbor, such as the Jackson Family Activity Center.  This building is a tool for ministry that was made possible in part by legacy gifts received through Covenant Trust Company.”

Rev. Ray Warren
Executive Director
Covenant Harbor Bible Camp

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Covenant Ministries



Covenant Trust Company® partners with The Evangelical Covenant Church, its denominational ministries, and all who support them. We offer informative workshops, asset management services, and planning resources for individuals, couples, and Covenant organizations.

We work with:

  • Members and friends of Covenant churches

  • Pastors, missionaries, and staff members of Covenant ministries

  • Alumni and friends of North Park University

  • Residents of Covenant Retirement Communities

  • Regional conferences, their churches and ministries

  • Supporters of Covenant Bible Camps

  • Covenant Ministries of Benevolence, its ministries and supporters

All ministries need gifts—both current and deferred. Current gifts help to pay the operating expenses that keep things going. Deferred [legacy] gifts often fund special projects or programs that aren’t in the budget and might not be possible without these extra dollars. Covenant Trust Company® helps people provide for the future of the ministries they love through legacy giving.


To talk about how we might assist you, contact our office or your local Covenant Trust Company Financial Services Representative today.  [view directory]

 
 
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