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Our Values

As a Christ-centered church, we believe life is a precious gift from God and that His desire is for each of us to experience the acceptance and freedom in Him. In doing so, we hope to become an expression of love to our community and the entire world. There is a place for everyone here at Casas, and we’d love to meet you.

Our Values


We look to Christ as the focus of our individual and collective spiritual journeys and center ourselves on Him. We seek to follow Him, emulate Him and allow His life to shape and inspire how we live each day. The incredible love that Jesus had for others generates the passion behind our desire to serve and love the people in our community and worldwide. We have a genuine affection for Christ and the example He set for us so long ago.


You can belong before you believe. Belief in God and Christian doctrine is not a prerequisite for being a part of our church. We acknowledge that nobody has it all figured out. As a missional church, we seek to remove barriers that might prevent people from feeling like they could attend or belong. We seek to create space, where their journey with Christ can continue to unfold, for each person who desires to be here.


We value acceptance over agreement. Simply put, we don’t have to agree in order to accept fellow human beings, a brother or sister in Christ, and a person whom God deeply loves. We do not accept others because we agree, but because each person is made in the image of God. We will have differences in beliefs and disagree about behaviors; however, those will not keep someone from belonging and having a place with us.


The church exists for all people, of all generations, everywhere. We strive to encourage the young to make space for and honor those older than themselves. Likewise, we encourage those who are older to make space for and encourage the younger generations who will continue to lead the future church. This value is reflected in how we create services, serve others in ministry, and create events.

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Got Vision?

Have you ever wondered… “Why did I waste time on that?” only to be surprised by God?

Three years ago, in Central Asia, we partnered with a medical mission to certify some of our Global Workers in vision assessment and eyeglass prescriptions. The project came and went, the certifications were shelved, and other projects took precedence.

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, our Global Partners started looking for ways to use forgotten resources. One woman, who was fitted for eyeglasses three years prior, invited our partners to utilize the vision training and leftover eyeglasses in the prison where she worked.

After assessing the first location, the word spread to a nearby prison. A month later, 400 prisoners had received vision tests, eyeglasses, and good news about the love and hope of Jesus.

Some prison guards mocked the Global Workers but later accepted vision assessments themselves. Forty guards received glasses and 20 received Jesus! We are now visiting the prison, following up with both prisoners and guards. Though it is not typically an open environment for ministry, the eyeglasses opened the doors wide for trust and relationships.

What forgotten resources have you shelved? May God show us all how to dust off any buried treasures and steward our talents for His kingdom.



  • Sundays
  • 9:15 AM & 11:00 AM
  • 10801 N La Cholla Blvd
    Tucson, AZ 85742
    (4.5 miles north of Ina Road)