“Seek the welfare (or shalom) of the city,...                           for in its welfare you will find your welfare,"  
— Jeremiah 29:7


We have begun a new ministry called Daily Bread! This ministry came about after Service Worship when we saw a huge need for lunches and Daily Bread for our neighbors in need at the La Frontera clinics around town. Please check out this link to see where you might be able to be a blessing to others! We are hoping that you will be able to choose something to donate once a month for this term, May-August. Thank you for joining us! If you have questions, please contact Louise Boost at louiseboost@comcast.net or RuthAnn Smithrud at rsmithrud@sapctucson.org. We look forward to serving with you!

We're using a Google Document to organize our sign up for Daily Bread. Here is the shareable link:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GrUofZypfn40UHJgMmil1kiX_XcEdxMr5M-XEzYn2bk/edit?usp=sharing

Once you’ve opened the document, click on the pencil icon to edit the document. You do not need to click save as the document automatically saves your edit.

Thank you again for helping with this important ministry!

Catalina Foothills Church, Pantano Christian Church, and St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church are partnering to offer financial help to Good News Community Church. Good News Community Church is located at 701 West Glen, Tucson, AZ 85705. The pastor is Jeff Markland. It has been such a privilege working side by side with other churches!

We also partner with Gospel Rescue Mission, Community Renewal, Interfaith Community Services, Tucson Refugee Ministry, Eagles Wings of Grace, Casa Maria Soup Kitchen, Z Mansion, Caridad Community Kitchen, The Tucson Community Food Bank, Haven Totes, The Tucson Homeless Work Program, our local schools, and more. We intend to work with these organizations and hope to include other churches to help us determine the best areas to serve and the type of services required as well as to expand our partnerships.

As a result of working, partnering, and being visible in these identified neighborhoods, we will gain a better understanding of the community needs which will help us know how to proceed and grow. We will continue to seek God’s will for his guidance in where He would like us to connect to best serve His Kingdom.