All activities at FCC have been suspended until further notice.
Sundays at 9:00am: Christian Education Class for all ages
Sundays at 10:30am: Worship in Sanctuary
Mondays at 6:00pm (1st & 3rd): Mind Wholeness Ministry Spiritual Support Group
Thursdays at 6:00pm: Bilingual Prayer Vigil
Stay Home. A letter from Arizona Disciples ministers.
Worship Service will be held via Zoom at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, March 29
Some questions you may have:
Will everyone see me if I join via a device?
- When you connect, your video will be set to off. You will have the option to turn on your video by clicking on the video icon on the screen or to keep it off.
- When you connect, your microphone will be set on mute.
- Please email your prayer concerns to Pastor Ailsa before Sunday. If you have a prayer concern that comes up on Sunday, please write it down as you would on the prayer cards in the sanctuary. You will be invited to read your concerns at a point in our worship. Lori Bryant till un-mute you at that time.
- Yes! Please have your bread and cup ready before worship begins so we can partake of the elements together.
- You can try connecting on Sunday morning as early as 10:00am to address any glitches. Remember, if you have difficulty with your device, you can always call in by phone.
- There are three options:
- You can give regular tithes and offerings by mailing a check to the church: 740 E Speedway Blvd., Tucson, AZ 85719.
- You may also set up an ACH payment from your bank to the church (as you would a bill).
- Give online with Tithe.ly. You can give using a computer, smart phone, or tablet!
I look forward to seeing you this Sunday! If you have any questions about Zoom and connecting for worship, please let me know, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday Lunch with Cathy Nichols
Join us for a webinar on the Global Ministries Southern Asia Initiative! Cathy Nichols spent three weeks visiting communities in three countries working on important issues of climate change, human trafficking and community development. Hear about communities creating change in Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and India. Get excited about the amazing work of Global Ministries around the world.
Join Zoom Brown Bag Lunch:
Phone: +1-346-248-7799 / Meeting ID: 621 198 740
Thursday Evening Prayer
Connect for a time of prayer, music, and scripture on Thursdays at 6:00pm.
Join Zoom Prayer:
Phone: +1-669-900-9128 / Meeting ID: 544 907 370
The Campus Pantry continues to offer food to students and staff in need and appreciates your donations. Please take donations directly to the Sonora Room in the Student Union on Tuesdays 2-4pm and Wednesdays and Fridays 11am-1pm. Donations can also be taken to the ASUA office on the 3rd floor any day from 10am-2pm. We are currently not receiving donations at First Christian. Click here to view the acceptable items!
We are currently compiling non-perishable foods and tents for 2 or 4 people to share with asylum seekers in Mexico. Please bring donations directly to the Welcome Center at 2225 E Ajo Way and leave items in the tent just inside the courtyard at the Welcome Center.
* Please note that there will be a halt to other donations until further notice. At this time, we are only accepting items that we ask for directly.
Mind Wholeness Ministries: Spiritual Support Group
suspended until further notice
Mind Wholeness Ministries of First Christian Church offers a spiritual support group for people and families facing mental health challenges. Anyone desiring spiritual and/or emotional support is invited to this group.
For people affected by mental health challenges:
1st & 3rd Monday at 6:00pm: March 2 and 16
For families facing mental health challenges:
1st Wednesday at 3:00pm: March 4
The Rev. Mary Alice Do facilitates the groups and is working with our denomination’s National Benevolent Association to help churches become welcoming and supportive of people affected by mental health challenges.
Bilingual Prayer Vigil
suspended until further notice
Vigils of accompaniment and hope are a time to pray for our hospitality guests; those affected by the political, humanitarian, and legal complexities of the border; others experiencing challenges; and to lift our concerns for our lives and the world. All are welcome. The prayer vigil takes place on Thursdays at 6 pm in the chapel.