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THE PULSE
NEW CHURCHES
DAIRY MINISTRY TURNED HISPANIC CHURCH PLANT
NUEVO CANTO CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO
Benedicto Fasanando


WHO ARE THEY? They started out as a ministry of the Baptist Convention of New Mexico to three dairies in the area and grew into multiple cell groups throughout Clovis, N.M.


WHAT ARE THEY DOING? Nuevo Canto is a Spanish speaking congregation seeking to build a network of missional cell groups throughout the Clovis and Portales areas of New Mexico.


WHERE DO THEY MEET? During the week the church meets in dairies and joins together on weekends at Sandia Baptist Church in Clovis.


Website: bcnm.com
Phone: 505-924-2300
Address: Baptist Convention of New Mexico
P.O. Box 94485
Albuquerque, NM 87199-0485


 


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