Who We Are

We are a Christian church, evangelical in faith, seeking to make and to be disciples of Jesus Christ.
  • The Bible is the inerrant Word of God, revealing our creation, fall, and redemption. (See Chicago Statement)
  • Scripture’s teachings are best summarized in the creeds of the historic Church: the Apostles’ & Nicene Creeds

We are a Reformed church, covenantal in theology and practice.
  • We interpret the Bible the way the Reformers of the 16th century did, especially as laid out in their confessions and catechisms (Westminster, Heidelberg, etc.). We teach and practice paedo-baptism and paedo–communion.
We are a family-affirming church, reinforcing Biblical family authority.
  • We worship together as families, without age-segregated programs or Sunday Schools
  • We affirm Biblical roles of manhood and womanhood (see Danvers statement)

We are a liturgical church, with a participatory worship service and weekly Communion.
We invite all who confess Jesus Christ as Lord and Head of the Church to worship with us.
Member of the Communion of Reformed Evangelical Churches (CREC)

Church Leadership



Glenn Goforth

Shepherding Elder
Glenn Goforth, currently serving as an elder at Covenant Heritage Reformed Church, has been a member since 2005. He is a faithful husband, the father of four adult children, and has five grandchildren. Glenn is dedicated to the preaching of the gospel, the doctrines of the Reformation, singing of the Psalms, and family- integrated worship.

Conrad Doskey

Shepherding Elder
Conrad Doskey is one of the founding members here at Covenant Heritage Reformed Church.  He is currently filling the pulpit regularly while we seek a full time paster.

George Altmann

Deacon Chairman
George Altmann has been a member of CHRC since 2004 and has served as a Deacon ever since then.

Tim Gowins

Tim and his wife Carolyn have been members of Covenant Heritage Reformed Church (CHRC) since the beginning of 2004, approximately one month after its founding. He has served as a Deacon at CHRC for well over 10 years now. He also serves as the Church Treasurer.

Tim retired from the U.S. Navy in 2013 after serving 20 years on active duty. He is the father of four adult children and five (and counting) grandchildren.

The Gowins family has served the church in many capacities in the years since 2004. Often the first to arrive and the last to leave. Seeing to the setup and breakdown of the needs of the services and meetings, as well as the needs of the congregation and others in the community. Tim truly has a servants heart, and yes as Tim Hawkins says, that sometimes means stacking chairs.

Carl Neidengard

Carl Neidengard, currently serving as a Deacon of CHRC, has been a member since 2022. He and his wife, Dana, have been married 15 years and have four sons. He also serves on the Budget Committee and the Pastoral Search Committee.

Carl is a supporter of Christian homeschooling, Psalm and Hymn singing, family worship and studying of The Word, servant leadership, and most things spicy.

"I love the Scripture-based  teaching we receive at CHRC"

- Tim G.

"I love our church, what more can I say"

- Sharon A.

"CHRC has uniquely blended liturgy with warm, intimate worship"

Brian P.