We are an energetic, urban congregation committed to service with a foci on worship, social justice, immigration justice and radical welcome.
We attempt to present an inclusive welcoming sense of family in all its forms that seeks to include children in activities.
Expressions of our ministry include Mennonite Voluntary Service (MVS), Service Opportunities for Older Persons (SOOP), as well as a close relationship with Community Home Repair Projects of Arizona (CHRPA).
We also have been in an active sister church relationship with Teusaquillo Mennonite Church of Bogotá, Colombia since 2001.
Our joyous actions towards justice
Migrant Justice and Care
Advocating for migrant justice through the New Sanctuary Movement, Stand with Rosa, Migrant Trail and other campaigns.
Advocacy against environmental racism in partnership with native peoples. Education about desert plants & precious water. Outdoor activities including yearly camp out and hikes. Creation Care small group.
Transforming Oppressions into Right Relations
Sister Church relationship with Bogota, Colombia.
Anti-racist reflection and action.
Open and affirming congregational life.
Advocating LGBTQ justice in the wider Church.