Worship & Bible Studies
(All times are AZ)
Sunday Morning Adult Education is Currently Taking a Break
Sunday Morning Worship @ 10:00
Thursday Morning Women's Bible Study @ 9:00
Linda Sonive, Lay Minister
During these trying times, the birth of Christ remains a beacon of hope for those seeking the truth of God's word. We are s0 blessed in our country to have the freedom of worship, and we invite you to join us as we share the meaning of Christmas and prepare our hearts for the birth of Christ.
(Please note: Out of consideration for others we ask that masks be worn.)
Diane Jean Thompson
November 18, 1932 - November 12, 2020
Diane Jean Thompson, 87, passed away Thursday, November 12, 2020 in Nutrioso. She was born November 18, 1932 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, the daughter of William Adolph Arscott and Elsie Bertha White.
Diane taught elementary school for 20 plus years. She loved her crafts, including knitting, crochet, needle work, sewing, etc. She was an amazing cook and was a contributing author and featured in the magazine, “Taste of Home”. Diane was active in the Bush Valley Craft Club and was one of the founding members of the Alpine Community Church. She loved to travel around the world with her husband, Ken Thompson.
Diane is survived by her sons, David (Denise) Thompson, Flagstaff; Steven (Therese) Thompson, Valdosta, California; daughter, Teri Thompson, Nutrioso; brother, Bill Arscott, Nachadoches, Texas; 4 grandchildren, 10 great grandchildren and 6 great, great grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Ken Thompson.
ALL are Welcome!
Welcome, and thank you for visiting Alpine Community Church online. You will get a glimpse into the worship, fellowship, and mission activities of our little mountain church. If you are visiting this rural community, or live here full-time, we invite you to join us. We would love to greet you and share the love of God with you.
"The mission of Alpine Community Church is to bring people to Jesus Christ, nurture our church family, promote righteousness in order to glorify and enjoy God, rejoice with those who rejoice and weep with those who weep."
In 2014, this little mountain church began a new era in our community. For several years it had been discussed that we should seek to be released from the Grand Canyon Presbytery, and re-organize as a non-denominational church. Church members met with a discernment committee from the Presbytery in March, and we shared our desire to be released.