Rev. Kim Mitchel began her call as a Director of Christian Education in a large Presbyterian church in Maryland. After serving for 8 years in that position, God called her to Wesley Seminary in Washington DC; she graduated in 2015.
Rev. Mitchel initially came to Alabama to serve as the pastor of New Market Presbyterian Church. She previously served in the Washington DC area working with churches in Congregational transformation, evangelism and missional outreach.
Her passions include teaching, music, drama, exploration of the natural world, cooking and searching for Jesus in obscure places.
Big Cove Presbyterian Church was proud to have Rev. Mitchel join us in January 2018.
Who is Big Cove?
Big Cove Presbyterian Church (USA) seeks to be a warm and welcoming community that invites you to "come just as you are" to learn what it means to follow Jesus with your life. We are a community of just about 100 people - small enough to get to know one another, yet large enough to engage in small groups (inside the walls) and outreach and mission (outside the walls).
Big Cove members attending a performance by one of our youth. We are a church family that believes in supporting our members in all parts of their lives when possible.
Big Cove has two worship services each Sunday.
The 9 AM worship is more casual, has snacks and coffee, and uses guitar as the main musical accompaniment. In this service, the lyrics to the songs are projected onto the screens. Communion is offered every Sunday at this service by intinction (dipping bread into juice). View a sample bulletin.
The 11 AM service is more traditional in nature, using a bit more liturgy, the hymnal, and accompaniment is by piano. There is a small choir and occasionally special music. View a sample bulletin.
Big Cove tries to offer to God dynamic worship that is designed to engage your mind, stimulate your heart, and challenge you to discover how God is calling you to live your life.