THURSDAY EVENING (5:00 – 8:30pm)
5:00 Registration – Dinner
6:00 Worship
6:30 Introductions
7:00 Welcome to Tucson & Agenda Review

Historical Overview – Faith Emphasis
8:30 End of Session

8:00 Bible Study
9:00 1st Plenary Session – Dr. Eric Swanson
10:30 Breakouts:

  • Immigration/Refugee        
  • History of Community Development of Tucson
  • Addiction

Noon Lunch

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Northminster Presbyterian Church

2450 E Fort Lowell Rd, Tucson, AZ 85719


The Border Southwest CCDA Regional annual gathering is proud to be collaborating with CCDA member organization Community Renewal this year. We hope you will look into joining us for this collective event in which we come and hear about how God has worked to bring his Kingdom to Tucson, Arizona.

1:30 Plenary or Breakouts:

  • Race Relationships and Racial Reconciliation in Tucson
  • Homelessness in Tucson
  • Exploitation of the Vulnerable and Weak in our Community  
  • Church & School Partnerships

7:00 Inter-Racial Worship
7:45 Speaker

8:00 Bible Study
8:30 Worship & Prayer
10:00 Prayer Walk or Breakouts

  • Poverty
  • Mentoring
  • Elderly Care & Education

11:30 Ending Celebration & Prayer


Keynote Speaker

Registration fee: $100.00

Scholarships are available - Please contact us at for assistance.

Eric Swanson

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Eric has a passion for engaging churches worldwide in the needs and dreams of their communities toward the end of spiritual and societal transformation. He served with Cru for twenty-five years before joining Tango, an investment and tech company that focuses on technology that enhance wellness, relationships and spirituality. For the past 15 years Eric has also worked with Leadership Network where he has lead initiatives for externally focused churches, global missions, marriage ministry, and ministry creativity. He holds Doctor of Ministry degree in Transformational Leadership in the Global City and is an adjunct professor at Denver Seminary. Eric is co-author of four books including The Externally Focused Church and To Transform a City: Whole Church, Whole Gospel, Whole City along with numerous articles on churches that are transforming their communities. Eric has been married to Liz for 40 years, has three married children, eight grandchildren and resides in Longmont, Colorado.