Tag: Community Church at SaddleBrooke

CCSB supports local children

Left to right: Terri and Pastor Steve Wilson, Kathy and Bill Doran

Kathy Doran Community Church at SaddleBrooke (CCSB) donated 266 Easter bags for distribution at the Tri-Community Food Bank on Palm Sunday. Many of the children who participated in this program had never received an Easter basket, so you can imagine the smiles on their faces! CCSB members are a very generous and giving congregation with…

Chris Collins visits CCSB

Chris Collins, Tucson Area Director of Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Dick Kroese Chris Collins, Tucson Area Director of Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), delivered an emotional presentation about 500-plus young athletes that will be visiting Northwestern University in Flagstaff to gather for a time of inspiration and perspiration! Life changes for them at camp, which will be a change for the good for the rest…

Come hear the Ladies of CCSB

Terry Barringer Are you looking for a little inspiration to begin the summer season? The Women’s Ministry of the Community Church at SaddleBrooke invites you to join us for a time of sharing. During this four-week program women will be telling their story. Their experiences will offer a glimpse into who they are or where…

Women’s retreat

International speaker Sue Heimer

Terry Barringer The historic Hacienda del Sol Guest Ranch and Resort will be the setting of the women’s retreat hosted by the Women’s Ministry of the Community Church at SaddleBrooke on Friday, April 21, 2017. Consider this event an opportunity to celebrate the arrival of spring and fresh beginnings. The Story of Miriam. How might this…

CCSB scores again

Left to right: Brooke McIntyre for the Dallas Cowboys, former NFL referee Pastor Steve Wilson and Carol Thompson for Minnesota Viking country

Carol Thompson For the second year in a row, The Community Church at SaddleBrooke (CCSB) donated soup to the Tri-Community Food Bank on its Souper Bowl Sunday, February 5. CCSB members, family and friends donated 1,450 pounds of soup exceeding expectations and donations from last year by 500 pounds! Community Church at SaddleBrooke meets every…

Community Church and Tucson shelters

Dick Kroese with Nicole Boddie of the Salvation Army

Dick Kroese This time of year is a poor time to be out of blankets because of the cold weather and to prevent sickness or, at the worst, death. Many people sleep on floors or wherever they can find a safe place to sleep. Thousands of blankets that were headed to local homeless shelters did…

CCSB and GriefShare Support

Cari Block A new GriefShare faith-based support and education group sponsored by Community Church of SaddleBrooke (CCSB) will begin Sunday, January 8, 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. This helpful program will aid those who have lost a loved one through death as they go through the difficult process of rebuilding their lives. The program includes video…

Community Church and Operation Christmas Child

Sandy Simester (left) and Colleen Merrill

Dick Kroese Operation Christmas Child first started in 1990 in North Wales when Dave Cooke, father of four, sees the horror of abandoned children in Romanian orphanages on TV news. He asks friends to help fill a truck with toys and drive them to Romania and this was the beginning of Operation Christmas Child as…

Community Church’s Mission Fair

Youth on their Own (YOTO) Executive Director Nicola Hartmann and Cathy Scott, CCSB liaison to YOTO

Dick Kroese Community Church at SaddleBrooke (CCSB) invited the representatives of their partnering Missions groups to their congregation in November. Each group explained how they help make a difference in people’s lives. We all understand that we couldn’t accomplish this without partnering with them and they with us. All of us realize that there is…