A small and friendly place.
The church is very historical was built in 1930's. It is stone church at the foot of Reddington mountain and Mount Lemon in Tucson Arizona. It has a beautiful view as it is at the bottom of a long sloping valley. The location very far northeast corner of Tucson. The area is a wonderful oasis from the city. The church kids and families built a volleyball court at the back of the property. The older men have often been entranced in flinging horseshoes a distance in effort to come close to stakes in the ground. Their appears to be Two full size horse shoe pits. The fence at the edge of the property across the dirt road has a few horses not sure but that may be where those shoes came from. The neighborhood can best be described a throw back to nostalgia. Beautiful and a lot of Nature. The preacher is a vibrant speaker and he speaks with confidence about family and the power of prayer. He is also very positive in speaking of America and its Christian history. I do not believe I have seen a group that exuded more pride in America and Gods love for her. His son is serving us all in Iraq. The other staff is friendly and kind. They seem to honestly care for others.