Food collection & Assembling boxes/bags

Rapid Response: We are collecting food items for students during the school walkout. Educators and parents have been reaching out to churches and local organizations to help provide meals for the families that benefit from free or reduced breakfast and lunch during the school day.

Drop off items Sunday between 8:30am-noon, and weekdays between 8am-4pm at 3951 W Happy Valley Rd, Glendale, AZ 85308.

Would you like to assemble food boxes? Join us on Tuesday, April 24 at noon at Foothills.

In the event that the walkout is called off, we will use the donations for putting together summer food boxes that we assemble for families in the Deer Valley Unified School District or the Glendale Mission and Ministry Center.

Welcome to Foothills

At Foothills our message is simple: "Following Jesus, we love God, serve others, and welcome everybody...and everybody means you!"

Foothills Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) is an open and affirming congregation. We welcome all people into community and ministry, regardless of age, race, gender, sexual identity, economic status, faith heritage or ability. We are Disciples of Christ, a movement for wholeness, and we are all apart of the ONE body of Christ.

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I.D. Rather be Running 5k to benefit Homeless I.D. Project AZ

Join Foothills Christian Church along with Coolwater Christian Church in our first ever I.D. Rather Be Runnning 5k where 100% of the proceeds go to the Homeless I.D. Project AZ on May 5, 2018.

Registration for the 5k and you will include a quality t-shirt, continental breakfast, medals for the top 3 runners in each age bracket, vendors, and discounted tickets for Wet 'n  Wild Water-park. Register here.

The Homeless I.D. Project is the only organization in Arizona with its sole mission to help men, women, and children experiencing homelessness to rebuild their lives by obtaining their identification. The are focused on committed to reducing barriers to accessing employment, housing, and social services. Homeless I.D. Project served over 8,000 people in 2017 and hopes to serve 9,000 people in 2018. 

may Book Club

Join us for our next Book Club discussion. We will meet on May 20th at 6PM to discuss "Resist and Persist: Faith and the Fight for Equality" by Erin Wathen. For the month of June we will be reading "The Great Spiritual Migration" by Brian McLaren. All are welcome.

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