Food Pantry – A branch of Tucson’s Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona is located in the Sanctuary building basement. It is open Tuesday and Thursday afternoons and staffed by church volunteers.
Knitorious – Knitters gather most Saturday mornings at 9:00 am to work together on personal projects or group service projects. Beginners welcome, along with seasoned knitters.
Sandwiches for Casa Maria – We make sandwiches that are used by the Casa Maria Soup Kitchen in their daily sack lunch ministry to homeless clients in South Tucson.
Just Coffee – Cafe Justo (Just Coffee) is a coffee cooperative in Agua Prieta that is helping Mexican coffee growers find a market for their produce. We’re pleased to offer Just Coffee for sale on Sunday mornings, to support this ministry of Frontera de Cristo (a Presbyterian border ministry) and Catholic Relief Services.
The Casa Alitas Program serves migrant families who have left their home countries to escape violence and poverty. They provide hospitality and humanitarian aid, medical services, short-term shelter and help to reunite with family members in the U.S. Churches in Tucson are preparing travel snack bags that contain five packaged snacks given to the migrants who are getting on planes and buses here in Tucson. Volunteers meet at Trinity Presbyterian Church every other Wednesday to pack the brown bags. In the past two months we have packed over 500 bags each time.