San Juan Region

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New Mexico Churches

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St. Michael's Episcopal Church History

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St. Michael's

Located in Upper Fruitland, New Mexico.

All Saints Episcopal Church History

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All Saints

The original vision for San Juan Mission came from the Rt. Rev. Frederick B. Howden, Bishop of the Missionary District of New Mexico and Texas West of the Pecos River. He saw the need for work among the Navajo people and dedicated resources of the Missionary District to the end of establishing a mission among them. His leadership helped inspire medical work which led to the hospital being built.

St. Luke's Episcopal Church History

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St Luke's in the Desert

St. Luke's began in 1922 when Lena Wilcox was assigned to take the gospel to the Dine. She set up a dispensary near the trading post and began to teach. The Carson Family, owners of the trading post donated 5 acres of land for the mission. By 1930 the local Navajo people built a chapel with sandstone. That year Bishop Frederick B. Howden dedicated the building.

St. Michael's Episcopal Church

Upper Fruitland
P.O. Box 720
Farmington, NM 87401
Rev. Chan Anaya
Cell No. (505) 716-8445
Email: ecncanaya@gmail.com
Priest in Charge St. Michael's Canon Missioner

All Saints Episcopal Church

1271 Mission Ave
P.O. Box 720
Phone:(505) 327-0326
Farmington, NM 87401
Rev. Cathlena Plummer
Office No. (505) 327-7549
Email: ecncplummer@gmail.com
Priest In Charge All Saints Canon for Communications

Helena Begay
Office No. (505) 327-0326
Email: ecnhbegay@gmail.com
Bookkeeper for ECN

St. Luke's Episcopal Church

Carson, New Mexico
P.O. Box 720
Farmington, NM 87401
Rev. Inez Velarde
Office No. (505) 327-0326
Retired Priest at St. Luke's