Upcoming Painted Hills Events


CALLING ALL YOUTH! Please help us raise money for the Crop Hunger Walk by coming to church this Sunday to help with washing car windshields! See you then!


We have 2 youth signed up on the CPH Crop Walk team. Join us! 



*2018 Fall Schedule*


October 21st- Fundraiser for Crop Walk during Sunday School

October 28th 1:30pm- Crop Walk

November- TBD

December- Whole Church Caroling


Parents and youth, please know that you can contact me anytime. I am a resource for the whole family!


Bethany Stocker, - (602) 930-3280 - bethany.stocker@yahoo.com






Since 1985 Interfaith Community Services has been creating connections between faith communities and volunteers to serve seniors, disabled persons and individuals in financial crisis.



Canned Spaghetti Sauce – 24 oz 


GET YOUR TICKETS for the Rotary Club Tucson Classics Car Show and support ICS! The 12th annual event is on Saturday, October 20 from 10am to 4pm at the Gregory School.  Each ticket is $5, and with your ticket you could win one of five exciting raffle prizes, including a 2005 Corvette Convertible.  Ticket sales make a great community activity for youth groups. ICS is offering any faith community youth group that sells over 100 tickets a free pizza party. To purchase car show tickets or to have your youth group participate, contact Deborah Carr at 526-9310. ICS is a grant recipient of the Rotary Club of Tucson and a portion the grant comes from ticket sales.


THERE ARE SEVERAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR ESTABLISHED AND NEW VOLUNTEERS!  Transportation Drivers needed in all areas!  Drivers in all areas of town are needed.  We are growing our Southside transportation services so drivers area especially needed out of our Southside office.  Our NW transportation office is in need of more volunteers to help make matches happen between drivers and recipients. Care Partner Volunteers needed!! – if you are a true caregiver and love to help others through tough times, this is the assignment for you! Volunteers must be computer proficient, comfortable using Outlook for emails and talking on the phone.  Morning shifts are 9 am to 1 pm and afternoon shifts are 1 pm to 4pm.  Contact Tori Carlson at tcarlson@icstucson.org or 520-526-9308 or register online at www.icstucson.org/volunteer-training or for the Care Partners Program, please contact Tandala Kidd at tkidd@icstucson.org or 520-526-9299 for a 30-45 minute one-on-one orientation.



VISIT icstucson.org for more information

or call 520-297-6049 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday






Thursday, October 18 (Today)

·        Council Meeting, 6:30p.m.


Friday, October 19, 26

·        Centering Prayer, 12:00 noon in the Sanctuary.  Bring a sack lunch if you wish

·        Qi Gong, 1:00pm in the Sanctuary.


Sunday, October 21

·        Fall Congregational Meeting after service


Sunday, October 28

·        Crop Walk (See Tucson Crop Hunger Walk article for details)


Friday, November 2 & Saturday, November 3

·        Arts & Crafts Fair, Friday 4-8p.m., Saturday 9a.m.-2p.m.


Sunday, November 4

·        Communion Sunday




​The CPH CROP Hunger Walk team if off to a great start.  

We've raised over $1184.40 and we now have 12 team members!

(our team goal is $1500)

Here's what can be done with the money we've raised so far:

Families in West Timor, Indonesia struggle during the dry seasons to find clean water...which means they're often forced to use dirty water. The impact this "last resort" has on children is extreme: they suffer from diarrhea, malnutrition and disease.


But with $500 we're able to protect water supplies from contamination so that 20 families have year-round access to fresh, clean water...even during the dry season. Happy children, healthier communities. That’s one of the tremendous changes WE make possible!


Our participation in the CROP Walk impacts individuals and families in more than 30 countries as well as here in our own community.  With 25% of the money raised staying here in Tucson, here's how we're helping our neighbors:

  • The Community Food Bank distributed over 277,000 food boxes in five Arizona counties
  • Casa Maria Soup Kitchen has free breakfast for all who line up 7 days a week, plus a bag lunch to go
  • Interfaith Community Services helps people in need achieve stable, healthy, independent lives, and 1/3 of the people are families with children

Be a CROP Walker********Be a Sponsor********Be a CROP Walker********Be a Sponsor


Sunday, October 21, our youth will be cleaning windshields for donations to the CROP Hunger Walk. Help our youth support the CPH CROP Hunger Walk team.  For your donation to the Walk, they will clean your windshield during church services.  Every dollar helps.


Sunday, October 28th, join the fun and purchase a $5.00 whipped cream pie to toss at our Pastor after service.  All money will go to the CROP Hunger Walk.  


There's still time to: join the team, raise some funds, and/or donate to the team!  Click the link SUPPORT the CPH Tucson CROP Hunger Walk team!







Saturday morning was too cool and rainy for the team to get wet,

So we postponed the cleanup and another date was set.

We gathered together early Monday no less,

Reached for our grabbers and donned our bright vests.

The trash on the roadway was a big soggy mess,

Wet food wrappers, pizza boxes, cups, and bottles put us to the test.

The trash dripped from our grabbers as we tried throwing it away,

It stuck to our grabbers where it wanted to stay.

But Dan, Carol, Paula, Sally, and Lynn,

Were up to the task and we didn't give in.

We cleaned up that trash all along Speedway,

Disposed of the trash in the right way.

Now the road is all clean at least for a short while,

Next month we'll be cleaning up that very same mile.

So join us on Saturday, November the 10,

We'll meet in the lower lot at 7 a.m.





Please come help meet CPH’s commitment in joining with other gardener’s in cleaning up the grounds of Blue Moon Gardens.  This is a time to socialize with other gardener’s, as well as seeing what the Youth Group has accomplished!  Join us!


These meetings are held monthly, every 3rd Saturday