Our Community Church has programs going every day of the week, so check out the calendar and see what program might interest you! 

Please click on the link below to access the Church's calendar. This link takes you to the Church's office calendar so it will always be up-to-date with the latest information. Once you see the calendar, click on an event to see further details about that event. You will also notice that you can print the calendar from the top right-hand side of the calendar screen, or view the calendar by the week (WEEK), month (MONTH) or in a list format (AGENDA).


2018 -2019 Fellowship, Concerts, Lectures & Harmony Events

Please see below for our 2018 - 2019 Events.

Concert Series tickets will be available to purchase starting in November in the office of the Community Church of the Verdes.  The Series ticket price is $90.  Single show tickets ($40 each) will become available one week prior to the first concert.

Hope you will join us for these events!

  • Bennet Davis - "Beyond Pain: Treatment or Management" - January 14, 2019 at 4 pm (FrEE Harmony Event:  Mind, Body & Soul)

    Bennet Davis, MD, is the director of the Pain Recovery Program at Sierra Tucson.  Dr. Davis served as founder and director of the University of Arizona Pain Center (1995-2002), director of Pain Fellowship Program, and co-founding faculty of the Arizona Cancer Center.  In 2002, he and his colleagues founded Arizona's first and only adult pain clinic to achieve American Pain Society's Center of Excellence.  The Integrative Pain Center of Arizona was one f the nation's few models for interdisciplinary pain care for 15 years.  Davis is past president of the Pima County Medical Society and is active nationally in a telemedicine teaching program for primary care providers.

  • Concert:  New Christy Minstrels  - January 18, 2019 at 7 PM

    The folk music of the New Christy Minstrels will take you back in time to those "Hootenanny" concerts of the 60's.  This large ensemble folk music group was founded in 1961 and performed throughout the 1960's.  After a brief break, the group reformed and began touring again in 2010.  There have been many changes over the years and over 300 people have been members of the New Christy Minstrels.

  • PHYLLIS STRUPP - "Better with Age" - January 28, 2019 at 4 pm (FREE Lecture)

    Phyllis Strupp is a resident of Carefree, AZ and is an award-winning author and brain coach.  She teaches classes on how brains and lives improve with age.  Her latest book, Better with Age:  The Ultimate Guide to Brain Training, forms the basis for her lecture.  Phyllis will explore the brain at every stage of life, tools, tips and techniques of brain-building habits.  She is the founder of Brain Wealth after earning a certificate in Brain Research Education at the University of Washington.

  • CONCERT:  DARK DESERT HIGHWAY: "Tribute to the Eagles" - February 15, 2019 at 7 pm

    An Eagles tribute performed by Dark Desert Highway will capture the excitement and authenticity of a live Eagles concert with a complete horn section.  This is an extraordinary musical experience with incredible vocals, harmonies, and guitar work of the Eagles- all done LIVE!  Dark Desert Highway has performed in front of thousands of people at festivals, casinos, fairs, and special events.  Critics agree, this is the ultimate Eagles experience in the United States today.

  • Kathleen Harrison - "Ordinary to Extraordinary:  A Women's Journey in Africa" (FREE HARMONY: MIND, BODY & SOUL Event)

    Kathleen Harrison was an "accidental Tourist" in Africa in 2001.  In 2004, she came home determined to work for a region devastated by HIV-AIDS.  Her nonprofit Project Harambee ("all pull together" in Swahili) provides a "hand up" rather than a handout in many different ways.  They include free clinics, student mentoring programs and training for new nurses and doctors in Kenya and elsewhere.  Dr. Harrison holds a PhD in genetics from Fordham University.

  • Kenda Creasy - "Delayed Adulthodd" - (FREE LECTURE)

    Kenda Creasy Dean, an ordained United Methodist pastor in the Greater New Jersey Annual Conference, is the Mary D. Synnott Professor of Youth, Church, and Culture at Princeton Theological Seminary.  In addition o teaching in practical theology, education, and formation, Kenda works closely with Princeton's Institute for Youth Ministry and the Farminary.  Kenda is the author of several books on youth, church, and culture.  She is currently the project director and senior strategist for The Zoe Project, a Lilly Endowment initiative designed to foster innovation in congregations around young  adults.

  • Hannah Miller - "Refugee Resettlement in Arizona" - (FREE HARMONY: MIND, BODY & SOUL EVENT)

    Hannah Miller serves as a director of Community Engagement at Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest.  Formerly, she coordinated a women's empowerment program for refugees.  Miller graduated from Juniata College in Pennsylvania, with a major in International Politics and a minor in Peace and Conflict.  She will discuss what it means to be a refugee, where refugees come from, how they get to the United States, and the types of services provided.  A former refugee may be on hand to share hi/her resettlement story.

  • Lenten Services - 2019

    Our special Lenten Services will include:

    Ash Wednesday:  March 6th, 2019 at 3 pm in the Sanctuary

    Palm Sunday:  April 14, 2019 at 8:30 am in the Sanctuary

    Maundy Thursday:  April 18, 2019 at 7 pm in the Sanctuary

    Good Friday:  April 19, 2019 at 3 pm in the Sanctuary

    Easter Sunrise:  April 21, 2019 at 6:30 am in the Memorial Garden

    Easter Sunday Service:  April 21, 2019 at 8:30 am in the Sanctuary

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We are located at 25603 Danny Lane, Rio Verde, AZ  85263 close to Scottsdale, Fountain Hills & the Rio Verde Foothills   PH:480-471-7239