New Member Information

One of the Mission activities within the Shepherding Ministry is to engage newcomers. Engagement occurs in a way that promotes a sense of belonging. In addition, engagement facilitates building connections with others and within the life of the church and its ministries. Contact the church office for additional inforamtion or follow-up. Some of the activities… Continue reading New Member Information

Protein Partner

Animal- and fish-based protein

Each year, our church signs up to be the sponsor of an IMPACT Bag Food Item for the month of April. We provide the animal- and fish-based protein distributed by IMPACT of Southern Arizona to approximately 500 qualifying families. What this means is that we collect non-perishable 12-oz units of animal- and fish-based protein that… Continue reading Protein Partner

“First is for Food”

A typical monthly food donation

We proudly proclaim that we are a Hunger Action Congregation of the Presbyterian Church (USA). As such, on the first Sunday of each month, we will gratefully receive donated non-perishable food donations. Our church volunteers take the donated items to Tri-Community Food Bank located in Mammoth, AZ in southern Pinal County. Gratefully, this food bank also… Continue reading “First is for Food”

“Third is for Threads”

Donated clothing

On the third Sunday of each month, we will gratefully receive clothing donations. Specifically, we know of a need for clean, gently used clothing and packaged, new undergarments and socks. Our church volunteers take the donated items to three non-profit organizations operating in Pima County — Bridge Prison Ministry, Casa Alitas Migrant Shelter, and Cross… Continue reading “Third is for Threads”

Minister of Care


Rev. Laura Munroe is Minister of Care for Mountain Shadows Presbyterian Church. In this part-time capacity, Rev. Laura serves as a clergy liaison to our Board of Deacons, with whom she shares insight drawn from her years in professional pastoral ministry, chaplaincy, and social work. Laura also provides some pastoral visitation and worship leadership to┬áMountain… Continue reading Minister of Care