Take control of your money with Financial Peace University! This nine-lesson class uses Biblical wisdom and common sense to help you tackle budgeting, pay off debt, and make your money work for you!
More than 1 million families have attended FPU with amazing results. You will be challenged and motivated to make a plan for your money and change your family tree forever!
Your Ramsey+ membership includes FPU 9 week course, Budget Every Dollar, Track Your Baby Steps along with Smart Money Smart Kids and Legacy Journey.
FPU Online Class: Tuesday, 8/24 – 10/19 6:30pm via Zoom
Register Here: FPU Online Fall 2021
FPU On Pantano Campus Class: Thursday, 8/19 – 9/14 6:30pm, Main conference room Building C. You also have the option to participate in this class over Zoom.
Register Here: FPU On campus Thursdays Fall 2021
Why go to Discover Pantano?
• Meet and get to know a small group of people
• Learn about Pantano Christian Church
• Discover how Pantano Christian Church can help you find
your Next Steps on your spiritual journey
Join us for this four-week conversational experience on campus in the Discover Pantano room located off the courtyard. Discover Pantano is also being offered online via Zoom monthly.
Sun, July 11 – August 01 @9am On Campus
Sun, July 25 – August 15 @11am On Campus
*Sun, August 08 – August 29 @11am Online
Sun, August 22 – September 12 @9am On Campus
Sun, September 05 – September 26 @ 11am On Campus
Sun, September 19 – October 10 @ 9am On Campus
Register Here:Discover Pantano Registration
Starting Point Hosts consists of volunteering after a service during the weekend. Your service can be either weekly, every other week or monthly.
Volunteering consists of staying after service for approximately 30 minutes to meet, greet and answer questions of visitors.
Requirements are: friendly, outgoing and enjoy meeting new people.
Training is provided.
Questions, contact Cindy De Jong
Dine 1-1 provides meals to individuals and families on a short-term basis to those in crisis through illness, hospital stays and deaths in the family.
Contact the Group Leader for more details.
Dine-1-1: Provide Meals
Volunteers welcome and greet guests and provide information during our weekend services.
Anyone who is available to help out with the logistics of baptism during Sunday services.
For additional information contact
Have you been looking for a way to serve from home?
Laundering the baptism towels and shorts is easy and very important!
Requirements: Able to climb steps and carry laundry baskets, access to a washing machine also needed.
CPT is responsible for the initial weekend preparation of Communion before the first weekend service. This preparation is to dispensing cups and juice into communion trays and arranging them in the refrigerator by ministry need.
Do you enjoy working on a crew that does rigging, carpentry, stage electrics, stage lighting, audio/projection, video, and props? If so, you consider joining the Tech Team!
The Tech Team provides sound, lighting, data and video capturing and editing for weekend services and events.
Scheduling consists of weekly, bi-weekly and monthly commitment depending on your schedule and our needs.
Help us welcome children and their families as they arrive to service on Sunday mornings! Looking for friendly, welcoming people to greet and security band our parents and children. (This volunteer opportunity allows you to serve and still make it in to the same service with your family).
We are a Group of women who come together to help the elderly, disabled or ill women of Pantano. Our goal is to put our faith in action by helping them with chores that might be difficult to due to their current circumstance or schedule visitation for those who need some company.
For example: basic house cleaning, errand running or companionship visits. You can easily select which needs you are able to help with and when. Our hope is this ministry can be done no matter what other life commitments you may have.
Do you have a heart to help our women in need? If yes, we need you!
Please contact the Group Leader for more details or to request assistance.
Contact the Group Leader
We have many opportunities to serve in our Children’s Ministry as a behind the scenes volunteer.
In office: laundry, sanitizing the toys in the rooms, re-organizing drawers and cabinets in classrooms, monthly birthday and “we miss you” card writing (can be done from home too) and weekly sanitizing of the busy boxes.
Take home projects available throughout the year as needed!
Do you enjoy working in a fast-paced environment? We’re looking for friendly, dependable people of all skill levels, including skilled food handlers, cooks, food prep crew and cashiers.
We serve meals on Sunday mornings as well as for special events.
Join a great team with yummy benefits! We will train as needed! Contact Crisan in the office or talk to LuAnn or Bobbie R on Sundays.
Rescued Not Arrested is a ministry program that partners with chaplains nationwide to distribute NIV Bibles and study courses each year to inmates all over the country.
Our mens Care Group is a Prison Ministry Mentorship Program at the AZ State-Wilmot-Prison. We mentor to six inmates on a bi-weekly basis.
Contact the Group Leader for details or you can use the following link to request more information: Rescued Not Arrested Information
We are a ministry serving the elderly at nursing homes through visitation and other thoughtful means such as sending cards and providing wheelchair/walker hangers to store their items and lap blankets through donations. We also offer online visits.
Contact the Group Leader for more details.
A place for women to craft together and share fun and food!
We meet on-campus once a month, either on a Friday from 1:00pm – 9:00pm OR on a Saturday from 9:00am – 4:00pm.
Contact the Group Leader for information about our next meeting time.
The Certificate of Bible Mastery (COBM) is an innovative training solution for those wanting to study the Bible with consistency for effectiveness in one’s life and transmission to others.
This Experiential-Learning course introduces and implements historical methodologies to study the Bible with consistent results for personal growth and to develop others that may desire substantial, long-term growth in the Bible. This course is also designed for ministry leaders, Bible teachers, church Interns, and small group facilitators who wish to grow in their Bible skills.
The course provides laboratory-style instruction and collaboration with the teachers and class-peers while exploring many Bible texts including whole, selected Old and New Testament Books. The materials and methodologies provided and utilized are non-denominational, but based upon recognized, historical, Christian statements of faith and doctrines.
This 25-Lesson course begins September2021. This class is offered through Ministry Resources Institute’s Extension Learning program.
For more information, contact Ministry Resources Institute at www.ministryresourcesinstitute.org or calling 520-261-8687.
Do you enjoy praying with people one-on-one? Consider serving in this area by praying with anyone who may have a need or prayer request after any PCC service. This usually happens at the front of the auditorium immediately following service. We have a new Prayer Garden area added for a more quiet, serene atmosphere!