The Eastridge family has been on a mission to serve the Native American community since 1947. When Sister Carrie Eastridge moved to Gallup she started working in the Indian Village now known as Churchrock. By 1969 she and her helper Sister Pearl Begay acquired a mission site lease with the Navajo Nation. A year later a Home Missions church building was built in Tocatchi and the Eastridge family has been serving the community ever since.
Today, services are held on Sunday Morning at 10am, Monday at 7pm, Tuesday at 7pm, and Prayer Service is Sunday Evening at 6pm. Services are held in Navajo and English.
Call or visit our website for more information.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
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