Gratitude Gals is a group for women who want to come together WEEKLY to broaden their spiritual lives and share their spiritual journeys with each other.   This is done through reading and discussing both secular and sacred books and sharing experiences for which each woman is grateful.  While Gratitude Gals is NOT a book club, books are used to support spiritual growth.  The current 10 AM Monday session is at full capacity.  Another Gratitude Gals group is now meeting on Thursdays.  For more information, contact Sandy Hughes, coordinator,

 EfM – Education for Ministry Every baptized person is called to ministry. Education for Ministry (EfM) invite participants into a mentored group that provides the framework for understanding life and shaping actions as Christian faith is deepened. Our seminar group provides a four-year curriculum that develops a theologically informed, reflective, and articulate laity. For more information, see Preregistration is required. Contact Sherry Beale to register The group meets in person at St. Cecilia House on Tuesdays, 9:00-11:45 a.m., September  through May. Questions? Email Sherry Beale: or Julie Melancon:

Grace Gathering is a women’s covenant group that meets the second and fourth Tuesdays from 6:30pm until 8pm in someone’s home.  We gather in covenant relationship to open our hearts and minds to each other and explore the mysteries around us. For more information, contact Fran  Phares

Bible Study meets Wednesdays 11:00 Noon on Zoom. We discuss the Scripture readings for the upcoming Sunday (Old & New Testament) with a special focus on the Gospel from which the Sunday sermon is usually derived. We try to discern the lesson God is conveying, and how it impacts, informs, and guides our lives as Christians.  Click here for a video about this offering. Contact person for this group is Marjorie Polchow

Wednesday Link for Adults and Children & Youth. Click the individual links for details.

Gratitude Gals (new group) meets at 10:00 AM on the second and fourth Thursdays of the month in the parlor of the parish hall.  Interested women should contact Sandy Hughes at or call 985-893-2236.

Theology on Tap is a men’s group focused on developing its understanding of the gospels through the African  Ubuntu Bible Study, which seeks to bring all members’ scripture insights into the shared experience. The philosophy of Ubuntu is that we are all united and that one human’s behavior affects every other individual. This process is a pathway for participants to strive to live in a genuinely humane way. The group meets weekly at 10 a.m. on Thursdays in St. Cecilia House. For more information, please contact Richard Cryar

Brotherhood of St. Andrew Chapter for Christ Episcopal Church Covington was formed March 5, 2022. “And with conviction we accept the call to mission of CECC to be Christ’s heart, hands and feet in today’s world.” The initial roster includes 24 men who have stepped forward to take that challenge to bring youth and men into relationship with Jesus Christ. The group meets on the first and third Saturdays of the month. Contact Gary Taylor