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Parables Sermon Series

You’re invited to join us for our new Sunday series on the Parables of Jesus! Jesus often taught in the form of parables, stories that aren’t historical events but convey a moral or ethical teaching. Think of the story of the ‘Boy Who Cried Wolf’ as a modern example. Often Jesus would reserve some of his most difficult and challenging
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Starting on Sunday July 1st and running through Sunday July 29th we will be studying the Psalms. You’re invited to join us as we worship and learn through these ancient poems about living a life of faithfulness through any and every circumstance. Worship begins on Sundays at 10:30am, you’re invited! If you have questions or want to know more about
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You’re invited to join us for our current sermon series on Biblical hospitality. We will examine several texts from scripture that shape how we view our call to be hospitable people and just how radical Jesus command to love our neighbors as our selves really is. If you’re new or visiting us for the first time you can check out
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Holy Week

Holy Week begins each year with Palm Sunday, the day on which we observe Jesus triumphal entry into Jerusalem. On Thursday we mark the Last Supper before Jesus was crucified, during this supper Jesus introduced communion and he washed the disciples feet. Good Friday is the day on which Jesus was crucified and died after being betrayed by the Jewish
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You are invited join us for the season of Lent. Lent is a six week season which begins with Ash Wednesday and ends at Easter. During the season of Lent we pay special attention to the life and teachings of Jesus. It is a season often marked by increased self-reflection and spiritual disciplines. The question that is central to the
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Kingdom Come

Join us for our current sermon series on the Lord’s Prayer. Series begins on January 7th, 2018. Worship is held every Sunday at 10:30am. Questions? Email us at

Christmas Eve

Join us for our Christmas Eve worship service. The service will last for approximately 1hr and 15min. Children are welcome, we have a special portion of our service dedicated for kids. The service in its entirety is kid friendly. Dress is casual.   There is no morning worship on the 24th, the only service is the evening service.

Interfaith Unity Event

Join us on the 14th at the Islamic Center of Tucson for the 3rd annual Interfaith Unity event. Pastor Taylor will be speaking again this year as will several other community leaders. Light refreshments will be served. The Islamic Center is located at 901 E. 1st Street.

Relational Covenant

At Eastside that what we believe is just as important, if not more, as how we live out our faith. With that in mind we created a document that we have adopted and voted on as a community that outlines how we treat one another and how we commit to live as disciples of Christ. We call this our Relational
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Abraham and Sarah

Join us for our two week mini-series on Abraham and Sarah, stories of faith and failure. Series runs from November 19th-November 26th.