Scottsdale Presbyterian Church has a long history of giving back to our community. Below are just a few of the organizations that our congregation supports through donations of money and time.

  • Vista del Camino Food Bank

    The Vista del Camino Food Bank provides food boxes and homeless food bags filled with essential foods and water to thousands of hungry individuals and families each year. Donations of non-perishable food can be brought to the church Narthex on Sunday morning, or to the church office during the week.

  • Community Navigator

    What is the New Faces Partnership?

    New Faces Partnership is a coalition of public, private, nonprofit and faith groups in the city of Scottsdale who have come together to assist the growing number of city residents and homeless who have been affected by the recent economic downturn. The Community Navigator Program is the signature project of New Faces Partnership. Founding members of the partnership include the City of Scottsdale, the Interfaith Network of Scottsdale, Scottsdale Healthcare, Concerned Citizens for Community Health, First Things First, and many local congregations. Pastor Bruce Johnson of Scottsdale Presbyterian Church is the current chair of the New Faces Partnership.

    What is a Community Navigator?

    A Community Navigator is a trained volunteer who helps people in financial distress navigate their way through the social service and healthcare systems.

  • Cafe Justo Coffee

    When is a cup of coffee more than just coffee? When it is Fair Trade Plus Café Justo. Cafe Justo is a grower-owned coffee cooperative located in Agua Prieta, Mexico, just across the Arizona border. Founded in 2002, the cooperative members own the entire business from the growing through the roasting and shipping. The co-op got its start with a $20,000 micro-loan from Frontera de Cristo, the Presbyterian border ministry.

    Cafe Justo coffee is available for purchase in the SPC Narthex one Sunday each month.

  • GreenStone Ministry

    GreenStone Ministry supplies Bibles in Ethiopia in remote areas where Bibles are either not available or affordable.

  • Teen Challenge

    To provide youth, adults and famiies with an effective and comprehensive Christian Faith-based solution to life-controlling problems in order to become productive members of society.

  • Habitat for Humanity

    Serving Central Arizona since 1985, Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona (HFHCAZ), an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, is an independent, locally run, nonprofit 501 (c)(3) organization. Working in partnership with low income families, volunteers & sponsors to build renovate & repair homes. Scottsdale Presbyterian Church volunteers work on home builds and renovations with Habitat of Humanity Central Arizona each year.

  • Operation Christmas Child

    In the hands of local churches, every gift filled shoebox is a powerful tool for evangelism and discipleship - transforming the lives of children and their families around the world through the Good News of Jesus Christ