Websites

LinksLinks to Affiliated Websites

  • Camp Kum-Ba-Yah
    From its inception, Camp Kum-Ba-Yah is committed to providing a wholesome camping experience for the children of Lynchburg. This camp is on the same 40-acre grounds as Church of the Covenant and the Chrysalis Interfaith Retreat Center.
  • Chrysalis Interfaith Retreat Center
    Chrysalis Interfaith Retreat Center offers individuals and groups of any faith a peaceful place for the inward journey of spiritual growth and for renewal gained through reflection, meditation, or prayer. This center shares grounds and facilities with Church of the Covenant and Camp Kum-Ba-Yah.
  • Church of the Saviour
    The Church of the Saviour, an ecumenical Christian church envisioned by Gordon and Mary Cosby in the early 1940’s, was incorporated in 1947 in Washington, D.C., when they and seven others became its first members. Gordon’s brother, Bev, began Church of the Covenant in Lynchburg in 1954
  • David L. Edwards Music
    Listen to songs, order CDs and a songbook, read about David Edwards, contact him, and don’t miss the free downloads of new music that you can use in worship or other settings!
  • inward/outward
    inward/outward is an ongoing, online conversation sponsored by The Church of the Saviour in Washington, DC. It provides daily readings, which also appear on the homepage of the Church of the Covenant web site.
  • io-sermons.org
    This site allows you to search and listen to more than 2,000 sermons and talks presented from 1952-2008 at Church of the Saviour in Washington DC. Most sermons were preached by Gordon Cosby, and there are also dozens of guest speakers.
  • Lynchburg Covenant Fellowship
    Lynchburg Covenant Fellowship is a nonprofit corporation which provides housing and support programs for lower-income and disabled people in Central Virginia. Partnering with other organizations, LCF seeks to build an inclusive community spirit marked by diversity, fairness, and advocacy for the underprivileged.
  • SoundTheology
    Listen to audio – this site presents historical audio presentations of the mainline church; mainly centrist-to-progressive theology. It is a long-time project of Mike Hickcox.