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Welcome UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA students.

This student Christian ministry is committed to authentic living—being who God made us to be, not condemning ourselves, forgiving others, cherishing the biosphere of God's Earth (including humanity), and following Jesus the risen Christ into healing and restored relationships with neighbors, Nature, our own inner spirit/souls/selves, and with God.

Each semester University of Arizona students gather at the Campus Christian Center (CCC) for faith, learning, community, service, travel, and fun. The CCC is located at 715 N Park Ave, Tucson AZ 85719 ...across from the UA Main Gate entrance and next to Jimmy John's restaurant. Our campus ministry activities during Fall and Spring Semesters include:

  • The Gathering - Sundays. Come for a free Breakfast at 10am, followed by lively/thoughtful/transformative Worship at 10:30am (Aug. 20 is first one)
  • Living Waters - Wednesdays. Come for a free Dinner at 6 pm, followed by a deep and enriching Faith/Bible Discussion 6:40-7:35pm (Aug. 23 is first one). 
  • Fall Retreat (Labor Day Weekend, Sept 1-4)) to La Jolla Beach CA
  • Winter Retreat to Sedona AZ (last weekend in January)
  • Spring Break mission trips (Panama-2003, Costa Rica-2005, Guatemala-2007, Germany-2010, Palestine/Israel-2012, Haiti-2014, Mexico-2015, Thailand-2016, Germany-2018)
  • Community service (Habitat for Humanity, Food Bank, Casa Maria Soup Kitchen, etc)
  • Movies, kick-ball games,fundraisers, just hanging out, fun

Look for the Campus Christian Center (715 N Park Ave), and give this student Christian ministry a try. UofA college students not only discover that this ministry makes a huge positive difference in their college experience - friendship, integration of classroom learnings with faith, spiritual growth, fun - but students actually becomes a real support system for one another with a deep sense of family.

Our Welcome Statement

“We are blessed to be surrounded by a diverse group students, faculty, and staff. We welcome all who seek to love God and participate in an open and supportive community based on the life of Jesus Christ. We especially invite those who may not feel welcome in other churches. We confess that we are not perfect in our love and seek to become more fully loving of God's ecosystems and communities of life on Earth, including peoples of all identities, ethnic backgrounds, questions, and interests. We are a Reconciling in Christ ministry, which means that we recognize and affirm persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities. We also support the justice values of the University of Arizona. Thanks be to God for the blessings we receive and the differences we share.”