About Aslan Society
The Conference on Faith and Science is a virtual conference with the theme of “Pursuing Science and Christian Faith for Human Flourishing.”
Aslan Society sponsors this annual conference.
COFAS 2022 on Feb. 11-12 (Friday evening and Saturday morning and afternoon). Hybrid online and in-person conference at ASU Tempe. More details forthcoming!
IF YOU have any prayer needs or special prayer requests, please click on the link below and email your requests to the Aslan Prayer Team. Your requests will be held completely in confidence.
Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. Philippians 4:6-7
The Tempe Salvation Army (40 E. University Drive, one block east of Mill Ave.) is in need of food donations and also donations for their annual Thanksgiving dinner. Please see below or attached documents for more details of items needed. If you and your church or other organization are able to help, please contact George Eastlick, Social Services Director, at 480-967-8649 or george.eastlick[at]usw.salvationarmy[dot]org.
Los Niños Reading Enrichment Program
Volunteers are needed to help as van drivers, teachers, teacher’s aides, helpers, and readers. This Preschool and Elementary School program offers reading assistance, tutoring, breakfast, juice, snacks, arts and crafts projects, and occasional field trips.
Time: Saturday mornings 9:30am-Noon
Minimum Age: 12 with an adult
Contact: Jean Robillard at 602.312.1786 [email protected]
Volunteers Needed for Pappas School in Tempe
Volunteers are needed for the after school programs on Tuesdays and Thursdays (3 – 5 p.m.) at Thomas J. Pappas Elementary School in Tempe (1935 E. Apache Boulevard, east of McClintock). They are in need of many volunteers, especially bilingual Spanish speaking volunteers to help with tutoring homework, cultural and creative arts, sports and games, field trips, etc. These homeless, impoverished children need trusted, caring, consistent adults to help them break the cycles of poverty, addiction and violence. With support, every child is capable of success, no exceptions. For more information contact Kathleen Hofer at Community Bridges Prevention Partnership, 480-600-6756, 480-831-7566 x 224, or [email protected].
Flu Clinic, Community Health Screening, Health Fairs and Clinic Programs Community Health Services Clinic / CON / ASU
We are looking for volunteers for various programs. We offer several Health screenings to the communities such as Cholesterol, diabetes, flu programs and are looking for volunteers to assist with clerical duties. We also need volunteers for the clinic such as reading to children, and clerical duties.
Location: 8117 E Roosevelt, Scottsdale
Cross Streets: Hayden and Roosevelt
# of Volunteers: Several for each program
Contact: Debra Vincent 480-941-9283 [email protected]