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.

Happy New Year

Happy New Year

As we wrap up 2020, and head into 2021, we would like to wish you all a very happy and healthy new year. 2020 has been a challenge in many ways. We pray that God will bless us all in the coming year and can't wait to see what challenges, surprises, and blessings He has for us.

Purchase with a Purpose

Commit to the Lord whatever you do, and he will establish your plans. (Proverbs 16:3; NIV)

Our church recently purchased property. Purchasing property is never a small undertaking. It involves a serious investment of time and money. And it should reflect the pursual of a significant purpose.

Our recent purchase of property at 12002 N. Puma Rd. reflects all of these. For the last three years, this has been the site of our Community Christian Outreach Center (CCOC), which we were renting until the purchase. It is from this site that we attempt – and often succeed! – to faithfully serve our neighbors, especially those who live in Avra Valley and surrounding areas.

Is Change the Only Constant?

This past Sunday, Katie Langendorfer led a children’s sermon on “changes.”  Katie herself is in the midst of a major life change with the recent passing of her husband Ron. She asked the kids if they had experienced any changes lately, and while they stayed unusually quiet, Katie pointed out that going back to school, with new teachers, was a big change in their lives.  Finally, my daughter mentioned that her brother just started college.  A big change indeed for our family. I keep expecting to hear the garage door opening and his car pulling in (with accompanying heavy bass sounds rattling the house).  We certainly are missing him, and still adjusting to this new dynamic.