Tag: Resurrection Church at SaddleBrooke

Resurrection Church Winter Potluck

The Resurrection Church potluck committee

David Stanard It was potluck time again for Resurrection Church and it just may have been the best church potluck ever held. This Valentine themed event which saw tables covered with red and white tablecloths and heart shaped balloons for centerpieces was held on February 8 at the Activity Center and was attended by eighty-three…

Resurrection Church a group effort

Steve and Marty Harsch with a Resurrection Church sign

David Stanard In just eighteen months Resurrection Church has become a fixture in the life of our community. The church has developed a full blown program of spiritual and social activities, has Sunday attendance of over 200 and has gone from one to two services. If you were to survey attendees about what they find…

Resurrection Church

David Stanard Resurrection Church at SaddleBrooke will hold a Christmas Eve service on December 24. The time will be 1:00 p.m. and the place will be the Vermilion Room at the HOA One Clubhouse. All SaddleBrooke residents and their guests are invited to attend. This service of Christmas music and a message will be led…

Resurrection Church men’s breakfast

Attending the Resurrection Church men’s breakfast are (from left) Pat Webb, Steve Westby, Gary Zellinger and Jon Zetterberg.

David Stanard The men of Resurrection Church held their first breakfast of the year on Saturday, October 3 at the main campus in Oro Valley. This opportunity for the men of the church to meet on a regular schedule will be held the first Saturday of each month until adjourning sometime next year for the…

Resurrection Church welcomes guest Pastor Hilding

Resurrection Church Intern Pastor Stephen Hilding and his wife Annie

David Stanard On October 4, the first Sunday that Resurrection Church at SaddleBrooke held two services, Intern Pastor Stephen Hilding was in the pulpit. Although he has become somewhat of a fixture at the main campus in Oro Valley and has conducted a number of Sunday and Wednesday evening services there, this was the first…

OWLS chart Resurrection Church Women’s activities

The Old Wise Ladies (OWLS) have many activities planned

David Stanard Just over a year ago Resurrection Church opened its doors here in SaddleBrooke. Although the church has grown rapidly and now holds two services, it is still in the process of fully defining itself and its various activities. Building on a planning session and social held earlier in the year, during the month…

Resurrection Church observes first anniversary

Attending the Resurrection Church First Anniversary Service were (from left) Pastors Palmer Ruschke, Roger Pierce, Wayne Viereck, Susanne Havlic, Al Jensen and Roy Guinn. Not pictured are Pastor Jim Vadis and Intern Stephen Hilding.

David Stanard Resurrection Church at SaddleBrooke is starting its second year. During year one it transitioned from being SaddleBrooke’s new church to being the place where increasing numbers of SaddleBrooke residents have found Christian fellowship and spiritual fulfillment. It has come to be known as The Happy Church, a moniker ascribed to it throughout the…

Resurrection Church plans fall patio parties

Resurrection Church Senior Pastor Al Jensen and wife Char were special guests at a September church patio party.

David Stanard In May, Resurrection Church at SaddleBrooke held its first patio parties. Some thirty people attended and the event was well received. After that a strong consensus emerged indicating the need for another round while the weather was still in an accommodating mood. This happened on September 18. As was the case with the…

Outstanding choir at Resurrection Church

Resurrection Church is much blessed to have Charles Riddell and Susan Tjossem as Choir Director and Accompanist.

David Stanard When Resurrection Church at SaddleBrooke held its first service a year ago, the choir was in its formative stages. The first month saw music performed by individuals or small groups. Then on October 12 the choir made its debut. Very small at first but today much larger, the choir had been rehearsing for…