Whoever you are, wherever you are in your journey of faith, you are welcome at Community Christian Church of Marana

Prayer Knot

Prayer Knot

On Thursdays we have a weekly prayer group, called “Prayer Knot,” using “Zoom”. We start at 6:00 pm, and go for 30-45 minutes. Please email pastor@maranadisciples.org for the link and password each week.

Tithe and Offering

Tithe and Offering

You may be wondering how you can give to the church during this time. Here are a few options: You can mail us your tithe to P.O. Box 26, Marana, Az. 85653; You can click the green "Give" button below or the "Donate Online" button in the menu; or you can stop by the office during business hours. Thank you for your continued support.

Gather Together in Love

Gather Together in Love

We currently have multiple ways we are gathering for Church. On Sundays, we have a weekly indoor service at 9:00 am, a weekly outdoor service at 10:30 am, and a weekly youth group at 10:30 am. "Prayer Knot" on Thursdays at 6:00 pm, and Bible study on Sundays at 12 noon and Thursdays at 6:45 pm. Also, our Sunday 9:00 am service is streamed live on YouTube.

Re-Gathering

Dear Church,

Many of you have been asking about when we will re-open. I like what one pastor of a large
church has said – “we have never been closed,” and instead he’s talking about when the church
will re-gather! I like that. And yes, we are going to re-gather on Sunday, June 7 th for an outdoor
worship. It won’t be “Church in the Park.” Instead, it will be “Church in the Parking Lot!” To
beat the heat, we will start at 7 am, and worship will last about 45 minutes.

“Staying ‘As Is’ and Staying Connected”

Hello Church. Is it too much to say that this has been a challenging couple of months? No,
that’s probably the least we can say about it. There have been blessings during this time, yes!
But let’s not pretend – for many of us, staying at home has been difficult. For some, it has
meant loneliness, for others, it has meant financial distress. And for those who have been
blessed to continue with work, there may be added health concerns, and/or added hours that
feel exhausting. I continue to give thanks that no one from our church has contracted
coronavirus, though I have spoken with some of you about family and friends who have; I share
your concern and, in a few cases, grief.

Encouragement and News for Holy Week and Easter

In Jesus’ name, greetings.  Please keep reading to connect with various educational, worship, and prayer opportunities through Resurrection Sunday (Easter).

What a month it has been.  I don’t have to tell you that just about everything is different.  In some ways, the differences are, to say the least, bad: sickness and death from the coronavirus being the worst of it; layoffs and financial stressors being near the top of that list, too; all the way down to wondering if there will be toilet paper in the store the next time you go there.  In addition, some people are feeling the loneliness from the abrupt social isolation, especially those who live alone.  In other ways, the differences, at least for some, have been positive: less running around, more time with family, more opportunities to catch up with home projects and/or serving others; more time to read the Bible.  I’m wondering if I’m going to get sick of on-line meetings… but right now, I have to say, it’s good to see people without having to get in my car to get to those meetings.