San Francisco de Asis in Nambe Pueblo
The San Francisco de Asis church is located in Nambe Pueblo. This church was built in 1910, and served as a mission parish of Santa Cruz de la Cañada. This church is deeply integrated with the Nambe Pueblo Native Americans, and there are many special masses where events such as Native American dances are held. Mass at this church is typically held on Saturdays at 5:30 pm, and you are welcome to visit. Click here to learn more about the history of this church, and other churches in our parish.
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Our uniquely constructed churches are located throughout the Pojoaque Valley and contain magnificent artwork such as Santos and Retablos.
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