WORSHIP SERVICE - 10:00am [masks optional] (Every Sunday) 

DISCIPLESHIP HOUR/SUNDAY SCHOOL - 9:00am [masks optional]     


History of RMPC

In the spring of 2000, Catalina Foothills Church started looking into the possibility of planting a church on the east side of Tucson and formed a steering committee.  (Paul and Lynn Marien; Gary and Janet Howerton; Lew and Doris Sorensen; David and Ruth Elder; Jerry and Carol Potter; and Pastor Phil Kruis and his wife Shelley)

 steering committee spring 2000 

October, 2000, the steering committee hosted a picnic at Udal park for anyone interested in an east side PCA church plant.

Ashley, Danielle, Krystal        Phil vision for church.JPG

After much planning and prayer, and by God’s provision, on January 7, 2001, Rincon Mountain Presbyterian Church held its first worship service at Magee Middle School.


One day short of one year later, Rincon Mountain Presbyterian Church became a particular church in the Presbyterian Church in America on January 6, 2002.

(Photo on the left) First Session Members: Paul Dozier, Paul Marien, Bob Aston, Jerry Potter (Photo on the Right) First Deacons: Jim Anibal, Jim Collins, Dan Jorg, Rob Matte, Bob Miner, Steve Richmond, Dean Saxton, Ron Smith, Mark Visser and Dave Wiersma)

            Elders                    deacons ordained

On October 9, 2004, RMPC held a ground breaking service at our current location on Tanque Verde Rd.

tent gathering     Lori Jorg

September 11, 2005, we moved into the place God has provided for this church family.  Our prayer is that God will use this place to bless the east side of Tucson.  That the doors of this church would be open to all who are spiritually weak and seek rest; to all who mourn and long for comfort; to all who struggle and desire victory; to all who need a Savior; to all who are strangers and want fellowship; to all who hunger and thirst after righteousness.

Church building

We praise God for his wonderful provision for his people and for the city of Tucson!