Our Partners

    United Church of Christ (UCC)
    Founded 1957

    The United Church of Christ (UCC) is a diverse community of Christians that come together as one church to join faith with action. With more than 5,100 churches – including Church of the Beatitudes – and 1.1 million members in the U.S., the UCC serves God in the co-creation of a just and sustainable world. The UCC strives to change lives throughout the world by working alongside more than 200 mission partners to weave God’s message of hope and extravagant welcome with action for justice and peace. Our members live out faith in ways that effect change in our communities.

    The Southwest Conference of
    the United Church of Christ
    Founded 1947

    The Southwest Conference of the United Church of Christ is the regional body that provides support and services to local UCC congregations and clergy within Arizona, New Mexico and El Paso, Texas. We are proud of our progressive view of the Gospel and our mission statement, “extravagantly welcoming and affirming followers of Christ called to embody God’s unconditional justice and love” is manifested in the ways we live out every day.

    Church of the Beatitudes,
    United Church of Christ

    Founded 1954

    Church of the Beatitudes is a community of faith forming Christian disciples through worship and spiritual enrichment, offering education and training, and encouraging the practice of this discipleship in the world. Located in north central Phoenix, Church of the Beatitudes is an Open and Affirming congregation, seeking to provide an extravagant welcome for all people. With generous hearts and spirits, we listen for the Still Speaking God who calls us to continued service in ministries of compassion and justice. Its history is rich with innovative outreach projects that have improved the lives of many people, including the founding of Beatitudes Campus and Duet.

    Council for Health
    and Human Service Ministries

    Founded 1961

    CHHSM is the Council for Health and Human Service Ministries of the United Church of Christ, a community of leaders and organizations committed to advancing the healing and service ministry. Its 73 corporate members, including Beatitudes Campus, operate 363 communities and programs providing health care and other services to children and families, to people with disabilities, and to the aging.

    Beatitudes Campus
    Founded 1965

    Beatitudes Campus is a continuing care retirement community that provides a warm, comfortable and engaging lifestyle to older adults in the heart of north central Phoenix. Conceived as a place where people could live, learn and grow through all the days of their lives, our founders dreamed of a “campus” environment, borrowing the term from the educational community because of its sense of continual growth and vibrancy. Beatitudes Campus was among the first to introduce the concept of continuing care and quality retirement living, and proudly lives our Mission each day to offer a wide spectrum of services and a model of wellness that promotes soundness of mind, spirit and body for older adults.

    Duet: Partners In Health & Aging
    Founded 1981

    Duet offers a wide range of health and aging services to homebound adults, caregivers, faith communities and grandparents raising grandchildren. This innovative interfaith organization (formerly Beatitudes Center DOAR) was founded with the vision of partnering with congregations, volunteers and donors to offer free-of-charge services throughout the greater Phoenix area. From grocery shopping and transportation to medical appointments, to health promotion activities and support groups, Duet’s one-on-one assistance helps older adults and their families cope with challenges related to aging. Duet also helps faith communities establish vibrant health programs. By working in tandem with others, Duet creates a stronger and more caring community.

    Founded 1961

    Beatitudes Campus is a premier sponsor and member of LeadingAge and Arizona LeadingAge . LeadingAge is an organization of 6,000 not-for-profit organizations in the United States, 39 state partners, businesses, research partners, consumer organizations, foundations, and a broad global network of aging services organizations that reach more than 30 countries. The work of LeadingAge is focused on advocacy, education, and applied research that support the overall health and wellbeing of seniors, children, and those with special needs. LeadingAge members are leaders in housing, hospitality, healthcare, and community-based services. By signing the LeadingAge Quality First Covenant, members including Beatitudes Campus commit to creating and sustaining an environment that inspires consumer confidence in the quality of the care and services they receive.

    Arizona LeadingAge  is a LeadingAge state partner. Members, including Beatitudes Campus, represent more than 55 organizations dedicated to providing quality healthcare, housing and services to over 12,000 Arizona seniors.