About Us

Colossians 3:13-14 (NLT)

13 Make allowance for each other’s faults, and forgive anyone who offends you. Remember, the Lord forgave you, so you must forgive others. 14 Above all, clothe yourselves with love, which binds us all together in perfect harmony.

Our Name

Via de Dios means Way of God in Spanish. Since the center is in a city that was historically developed with Spanish cultural influence, it was appropriate to honor God in this city of Tucson with a Spanish name.

Our Logo

The Spiral represents our Spiritual Journey. We are a myriad of colors and ethnicities coming together as God’s creation with the same goal of being in deep relationship with Him. We walk the path one stepping stone at a time with God’s help, Deo Iuvante, seeking, transforming, caring for and loving others as God loves us unconditionally and infinitely.

The Need

Tucson, like many other U.S. cities, has unhealthy divisions between races, cultures and churches. These divisions are deepened because of poor or non-existent communication, interaction, relationship, and understanding, even among Christians. These divisions deteriorate unity, undermine attempts of reconciliation, and decimate the process of showing and experiencing the real and present love of Christ.

Who We Are

Via de Dios is offering a place for community, collaboration, and activities that promote unity. Our goal is to establish and develop a facility that serves our community  through training by enhancing individual development physically and spiritually as well as host organizations that need a location for their own training, meetings, and collaboration. We intend to build relationships among all people and those that are spiritually seeking a deeper relationship with God.

Our long range goal is to acquire a property that will allow us to expand our services to those who seek to improve their lives, and to establish an unparalleled retreat destination in Southern Arizona, a place for prayer and a community hub for events. 

Via de Dios

Via de Dios is a 501(c)(3) Religious organization.