30th Anniversary Celebration

The Fountains Celebrates 30 years!


Fountain Hills – Although planted nearly 40 years ago in the homes of its first members, The Fountains is officially celebrating 30 years of being a chartered United Methodist Church in Fountain Hills.

The Fountains has a long history of being involved with social justice issues, fostering interfaith dialogue, in-depth Bible study, promoting LGBTQ equality, and providing a home for the arts and music — especially jazz. The Fountains created Inspirations Coffee House, later to become Jazz in the Hills.

All are invited to celebrate on Sunday, March 18th at 10am with Bishop Bob Hoshibata speaking. A potluck will follow the service with 30 years of pictures and music, celebrating the highlights of the past 30 years and looking forward to the challenges and adventures in the next 30 years – including the construction of our new Connection Center, due to be completed in early summer.

The Fountains is located at 15300 N Fountain Hills Blvd. in Fountain Hills. For more information, call 480.837.7627. Visit The Fountains online at www.THATchurch.info.

WATCH HERE FOR THE FOUNTAINS UMC RESPONSE TO COVID-19Information changes frequently, so be sure to check back often

The Fountains UMC is creating a plan for its response to COVID-19, with the goal of maintaining social distance to keep everyone safe. Sharing information and maintaining contact with members and the community is critical, and to that end we have several actions in process. Watch here for updates, and come back often to check on new information!

  • All in-person meetings and group gatherings on campus are supended through the end of April.
  • The Fountains UMC Office will be open by appointment only until further notice.
  • Sunday morning Celebrations are Live-Streamed at 9:30am only, no face-to-face gatherings.
  • Meals at JUSTA and Halle Centers are suspended until further notice.
  • April 24-26 Mingus Mountain All Church Camp is cancelled
Sunday Morning Celebrations

Sunday morning Celebrations will be held at 9:30 online only, via Livestream, You Tube and Facebook. Follow one of these links to tune in on Sunday mornings: