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Other Local & State Missions
Desert Palms Presbyterian supports numerous state and local mission projects;

Previous years the state and local mission projects have also included: 

Betania Church

Nadaburg School

This is not an exhaustive list but it gives you an idea of the great work your local donations go to support.



A Bridge to Rebuilding our Mission in the Mountains


They are rebuilding the Montlure Camp! To accomplish the vision they are stepping out in faith and are asking for help. They need time, treasures and prayers. In the next several months they will be asking for help to participate in the rebuilding, to support their campaign financially, and to pray for the continuation of the Montlure mission to build a camp that can serve new generations of children and adults for years to come.

For information on how you can participate or to ask questions, please contact Executive Director, Rev. Stephanie Hamilton at (520) 603-5080.

Read about previou Camp experiences that will inspire you to help by clicking Montlure Mission Trip 2009.



State and Local Mission Program of Desert Palms Presbyterian Church
The Mission Program of Desert Palms Presbyterian Church covers many areas and has many partners covering the state of Arizona and in our local area.  We give through the following agencies to help people here and around the state:
Through the Grand Canyon Presbytery, we provide funds for the following:
 •New church development in Arizona
•Funds to support Native American churches
•Montclure camp for summer youth programs
Through the Mission Committee and the Deacons of Desert Palms Presbyterian Church, we share our time, talent and treasure with the following organizations:
Cook Theological Seminary
Cook Theological Seminary is a two-year college in Tempe, Arizona offering an Associate of Arts Degree in Pastoral studies primarily for Native American students.

Desert Palms Scholarship Fund

A fund established to provide educational opportunities for young people/students who show promise and who are in need of financial assistance.  Volunteers are mentors for the young people who are scholarship recipients.


Last Published: July 6, 2013 4:40 PM
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