First Presbyterian Church
Leupp AZ

86047



Who we are

First Presbyterian Church of Leupp, Arizona is located on the Navajo reservation north of Winslow. FCPC and the FPC-Leupp have a long-standing relationship over more than 20 years. Both groups have visited each other on two or more occasions and each year the King David Class oversees the purchase and delivery of gifts for Christmas. The church at Leupp was built with assistance from First Central.



Church Address

First Presbyterian Church
Leupp, AZ 86047
United States
Phone: 325-677-3501
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Church Pastor

Calvin Kelly
Calvin Kelly
Pastor
Leupp, AZ 86047
United States
Phone: 928-386-0123
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Quote of the Day
Matthew 17:20

...If ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye shall say unto this mountain, Remove hence to yonder place; and it shall remove; and nothing shall be impossible unto you.

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Annabelle Smallcanyon   Edit
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Box 54
Winslow, AZ
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The church is between milepost 2 and 3 on Navajo Route 2.   Edit

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Sunday 10:30 am

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History of the church

The Presbyterian ministry among the Navajos at Leupp was started in the early 1900s as a mission. Since then the congregation has seen a number of changes, including a change in status from "mission" to a member congregation of the Presbytery of Grand Canyon. [One] change was the construction and dedication of a new church building almost entirely by the Navajo members themselves. The former church building was situated in a valley of the little Colorado Plateau in Old Leupp. Ove time other structures such as achools and busdiness were moved to higher ground due to flooding. ONly the church remained in this location untila a time when the sessino felt they too needed to move. In the mid-1990's the session voted to undertake the task of relocating their church to another site on the reservation. Working with the Navajo Nation tribal departments, their local Chapter and partner churches, the new buidling was dedicated on September 25, 2004.

-Racial Ethnic Torch 4th Qtr 2004

Like many other Native American churches, First Presbyterian serves the entire community of Leupp and its surroundings in the Navajo Nation. FPC has had a long-time covenant relationship with Desert Hills Presbyterian in Carefree.   Edit


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