Join Us with Our 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 food 70-100
homeless in Moeur Park
in Tempe every Friday night
at 5 pm (winter)
or 6 pm (summer)
Contact Gail Hanson
to carpool from SOTH.




Extended Hands
Food Bank
Extended Hands Food Bank
in Fountain Hills
continuesto run out
of canned food.
They support over 1,000 men,
women and children.
They are in need of items such as peanut butter, jelly, soups, vegetables, spaghetti, tuna,
main dish meals, etc. 
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
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.
Other Ministries We Support 
American Indian Christian Mission
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
SOTH Supports Navajo Mission

Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church supports the Navajo Evangelical Lutheran Mission (NELM) in Rock Point, Arizona. Kate Adelman, Executive Director of NELM, met with the SOTH Mission Action team to inform the committee of current Christian outreach activities and needs.

NELM has been in partnership with the Navajo in the area for 65 years.

Pastor Robyn Bezanson, 
for more information.
Jail Ministry 
They have outreach to different prisons, and they are now trying to get funding for a halfway house. 
Clowns for Christ Ministry 
In 2012 a professional clown from Minnesota, Sid Teske, spent two weeks
at Shepherd of the Hills training a team of 12. This team became Clowns for Christ and have been sharing God’s love by bringing joy and compassion to people of all ages.  Nursing homes, battered women’s shelters, homeless shelters, VBS, church services, parades are some of the venues where the team has shared their message of Christ’s love.  
Contact the office to be put in touch with this ministry group.