The Evangelical Covenant Church

The Evangelical Covenant Church is committed to start and strengthen healthy, missional churches, much like the Apostle Paul started and continued to strengthen churches in the New Testament. They believe the local church is God’s foundational strategy to carry out mission in the world. Through planting new churches and providing resources to strengthen existing congregations, this ministry seeks to reach more people, in more places, among more populations, with the hope of Christ.

Covenant World Relief

Covenant World Relief (CWR) works through local partners around the world to reduce human suffering for the most vulnerable people and support healthy communities.

For more than 60 years, CWR has been the Evangelical Covenant Church’s response to human suffering and injustice in the world. Join us today in becoming a Partner in Transformation.

Mercy’s Gate

Mercy’s Gate has been serving El Paso County since 1982 by providing life-affirming Direct Services Support, ongoing resources and education, and a growing network of community referrals and partnerships to individuals and families facing crisis.

When you support this ministry, you are investing in the COS community and neighbors that need a hand up. 

Reclaiming Hope

Reclaiming Hope exists to aid victims of human trafficking in the rescue, restoration and reintegration process by providing for their physical, emotional and spiritual needs.

Living Hope partners with Reclaiming Hope to provide backpacks filled with necessary items for women and children who are rescued, by law enforcement, from human trafficking.


The Mission of ServeNow is set in place to fill the gaps throughout the world where there are desperate needs that are not being met. By coming alongside national churches and leaders, we can together fulfill God’s calling on our lives to serve the most vulnerable and see lives transformed!


The mission at Crisálida is to help families recover from traumatic events and empower them to live lives free from domestic violence. 

Crisálida, Inc. will provide yearly educational workshops to the community in hopes of bringing the issue into public consciousness.