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Evangelical Covenant Church
A denomination of more than seven hundred churches in the United States and Canada. It was founded by Swedish immigrants in 1885 as a voluntary covenant of churches committed to working together to share the Good News of Jesus Christ.
Alaska Christian College
A year for life--whole life discipleship college. Located in Soldotna, Alaska. Affiliated with the Evangelical Covenant Church of Alaska.
Covenant Trust Company
Estate planning services for the Evangelical Covenant Church.
Portal into all things Covenant. The Evangelical Covenant Church.
East Coast Conference
Regional conference of the Evangelical Covenant Church. Churches in Connecticut, Maine,Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, eastern New York, eastern Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, and eastern Virginia.
Evangelical Covenant Church of Canada
The Evangelical Covenant Church of Canada, a denomination in Canada, and a regional conference of the Evangelical Covenant Church, is a community of churches in covenant with God and one another. Searchable database, newsletter, statements on values and goals.
KICY Radio - 850 AM
Southern Gospel music, news, weather, sports, a variety of Christian programs and features. Operated by the Evangelical Covenant Church.
New England Seafarers Mission
Evangelism, discipleship, advocacy, service to seafarers in the Boston area. Sponsored by East Coast Conference of the Evangelical Covenant Church and the New England Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
Northwest Conference
Administrative conference of 130 local Evangelical Covenant churches, plus related ministries and institutions, in Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin and Iowa.
Pacific Northwest Conference
Administrative conference of the Evangelical Covenant Church which includes churches in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Montana.
Pacific Southwest Conference
Administrative conference serving Evangelical Covenant churches in Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, and Utah.
Pietisten Online
Pietisten takes its inspiration and design from the newspaper of the same name that was published by C.O. Rosenius and P.P. Waldenstrom in Sweden during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Commentaries on the lectionary texts by Luther, Rosenius, Waldenstrom, and others; ecclesiastical concerns; theological discussions; hymns; poetry; and selected news items.

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