Join Us with Our Local Community Outreach 
“For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink,
I was a stranger and you welcomed me.”   Matthew 25:35
Friends Feed Friends
Volunteers help feed 70-100 homeless in Moeur Park in Tempe every Friday night at 5 PM (winter months) 6PM (summer).   Contact Gail Hanson (480-836-9527) to carpool from SOTH.    More than 24,000 meals have been served since 2009.  Before serving the team prays. Bibles and devotionals are always available and prayer requests taken.  Besides a hot meal, blankets, clothing and toiletries are available.

Extended Hands Food Bank
Extended Hands Food Bank in Fountain Hills continues to run out of canned food. They support over 1,000 men, women and children in our town. They are in need of items such as peanut butter, jelly, soups, vegetables, spaghetti, tuna, main dish meals, etc. Please bring your items on Sunday or during the week to the church office.
Since 1988, evening meal service and  food box distribution provides more than 50,000 meals every month to the homeless, the unemployed, the working poor and seniors in Mesa.
Join us on the 2nd Tuesday of every month to prepare food. Carpooling is available at 3:15 pm in the upper parking lot. For more information, or questions contact Don Wirth or office at
Join Us as We Participate in Community Events
Community Blood Drive   
We support the Fountain Hills and Noon Kiwanis Community Blood Drive.
It is held at the Fountain Hills Community Center
approximately every 2 months (5 times a year).
To schedule your appointment visit
(Sponsor code: Kiwanis) or
call SOTH member Paul Appeldorn at 480-836-8213.
Make a Difference Day
October 27, 2018  7:30 AM 
Make a Difference Day 
The Annual “Make a Difference Day” was held in October and was an opportunity for the entire community to come together and offer 4 hours of volunteer service to vulnerable, elderly, or homebound residents at a variety of work projects throughout Fountain Hills. People were painting, cleaning, patching, planting, raking, hauling debris and much more…every contribution made a difference…neighbor helping neighbor! We began the day at Golden Eagle Park  for juice, coffee, fruit and pastries where volunteers received their assigned worksite project and “kick-off” information.
  Contact Paul Appeldorn at 480-836-8213 for more information. 
AICM is located in Linden, Arizona, just eight miles from Show Low and is one
of the missions that SOTH proudly supports. Their purpose is to help Native Americans know God and to bring them into a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ. They provide a quality Christian education at their boarding school and through their Blue Bus ministry.   Drop by and visit them or see their website at
Contact Pastor Robyn Bezanson, Associate Pastor Email: for more information or how you can help.
Jail Ministry 
They have outreach to different prisons, and they are now trying to get funding for a halfway house for women who have been recently released to help them make a successful transition back into their local community.
Angel Tree Gifts for Our Community