For this is your Calling

Why did God choose to save a people for Himself?  Why did God call you into His kingdom?  How may you rightly serve Him?

If you wrestle with these questions, we have great news for you.  Covenant Presbyterian Church is delighted to be hosting our second annual seminar Saturday, March 16. This is a free event and open to the public. This year, we’re hosting speakers from four churches across Louisiana to discuss Christian service in the church. The sessions will cover worship, evangelism, prayer, and fellowship & hospitality.

CPC 2024 Seminar Schedule

Meet the Speakers

Rev. Chris Stevens pastors Covenant Reformed Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Ruston, LA.  Pastor Chris’s role is to serve Christ by soul-therapy to ones led astray by harmful passions and false pictures of happiness.  Pastor Chris is new to Ruston, but he is a southern boy through and through. He loves everything outdoors and good BBQ. He is passionate about Jesus Christ. His desire is the mission of Covenant Reformed, “to know Christ and the Power of his resurrection” (Phil 3:10). All his service, preaching, and teaching seeks for others to know Christ more intimately and experience his powerful love. Chris graduated from Westminster Seminary California (M.Div. ’11) and McMaster Divinity College (Ph.D. ’19).

Rev. Quinn Hill pastors Grace Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Shreveport, LA. Quinn began serving as Pastor of Grace in January 2017. He has been married to his wife Kim for 20 years and they have four children: Corin, Silas, Felix, and Lida. Before pursuing pastoral ministry, Quinn taught high school for 4 years near Birmingham, Al. After attending Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi, the Hills moved back to the Birmingham area where Quinn was ordained in 2012. The Hill family loves Shreveport/Bossier and feel privileged to live life with such a remarkable community of God’s people at Grace. Quinn enjoys reading books, coffee with friends, watching college football, and hiking with his family and their dog Sally.

Rev. David Chilton serves as the regional home missionary for the Presbytery of the South (OPC).  He currently works with a mission work in Covington, LA, Prince of Peace (OPC).  Pastor Chilton was born in California but grew up in Pittsburgh and has been a part of the session of Reformation OPC since the church opened in 2003. Since 2021, he is also serving as the Regional Home Missionary for the OPC Presbytery of the South and was on the staff of Cru (nee Campus Crusade for Christ) for 20 years. He has been ordained in the OPC since 1998 and is married to Wendy, who plays piano for the church. They have four grown children and two grandchildren.

Rev. Kevin Olivier pastors Pineville Presbyterian Church (OPC) in Pineville, LA. Kevin grew up as a Roman Catholic yet first began to understand the gospel when reading the Heidelberg Catechism (question and answer #39): “Is it significant that He was crucified instead of dying some other way? Yes. By this death I am convinced that He shouldered the curse which lay on me since death by crucifixion was cursed by God.” See Gal 3:10-13. Kevin worked for 20 years as an occupational therapist before being ordained in 2022. Kevin and his wife, Marianne, love the gospel, the Church, and Central Louisiana (CENLA). They have three children: Faith, Hannah, and Isaiah.

About Covenant Presbyterian Church

At Covenant, we seek to glorify God through Biblical worship, proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ, and building up church members to be salt and light in our communities. We are a congregation of Reformed believers and are part of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC).

We invite you to follow us on Facebook, peruse our extensive library of sermons, and even plan to join us Sunday morning or evening for worship.


Mar 16 2024


9:00 am - 3:00 pm


Covenant Presbyterian Church

Covenant Presbyterian Church

Sunday School: 10:am, Morning Worship: 11:00am, Evening Worship: 5:00pm
100 Jefferson St., Natchitoches, LA 71457 |
(318) 356-0307