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Free Trinity Navajo Mission
Rev. Dennis R. Gardner
P.O. Box 115
Gamerco, New Mexico 87317
Home: 505  905-8422  - Cell phone: 505-879-2193

   Free Trinity Church Services:
    Sunday Morning
        Radio: KYBA 1230   New Life Broadcast  8:30 A.M. to 9:00 A.M.
        Sunday School: 10:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M.
Adult class is taught in Navajo and English
        Preaching: 11:00 A.M. to 12:00 A.M.
    Mid Week Service: Thursday 7:00 P.M. 

Marie Leora (Baney) Gardner
January 23, 1941  -  April 6, 2014      
Internment - Free Trinity Navajo Mission, Toh-La-Kai, NM

Scholarship Fund
A scholarship fund is being established
as a memorial to Sister Gardner. 
Please contact
the mission by E-Mail, regular mail or call
for details on how to contribute.

Graveside Pictures

Sister Gardner passed into glory April 6, 2014 around 4:30 AM.  She answered God's call over 40 years ago to the Navajo people and served them with love and compassion.  She answered God's call again and is now looking down from Heaven.

The family is very appreciative for all the prayers, acts of love and kindness you gave. 

Pray for Brother Gardner as he continues the "Call of God" to the Navajo People.

We would love to hear from you by E-Mail or regular mail.  
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We do not sell nor distribute any addresses for any reason.

One cannot waste time
         He simply wastes his life.

The mission was established in 1974 by Rev. Dennis R. Gardner and
his wife Marie.  The sole purpose for the mission is to preach the gospel 
of  "Jesus Christ" to the Navajo people.   These are "OUR" people and 
we love each of them.  Pray with us that their souls may be saved before 
the Lord's soon return.

We started in the town of Gamerco, NM.  This is located between Gallup 
and the Indian reservation on highway 491 about 3 miles north of Gallup.  
In 1976, we purchased the land where the mission compound is now 
located.  Through the years the Lord has helped us reach out into the 
reservation and learn the Navajo people.  The mission has a church, 
school, garage and housing for the staff.

The mission has established outreach missions in Sheep Springs, about 
50 miles north, and at Winslow, AZ.  Services are held each Tuesday at 
Sheep Springs.  Sis. Long, a native Navajo lady, has been a great help 
teaching and singing with us.  We are having a good attendance in each 
service.  The vans are being used to pickup a number of people who can 
not drive to the services.

The jail and radio ministries are a vital part of the mission.  These provide 
us a means to reach many souls that may never attend a service at one of 
the mission stations.  Pray for us and our Navajo people. In 1978 we felt 
the Lord wanted us to spread the gospel over the air waves and that was 
when the "New Life Broadcast" was born. We felt led to go with the station 
that would air the broadcast from 8:30 to 9:00 AM on Sunday morning every 

The support for the mission is provided by people who have a compassion 
for souls and especially the Navajo people.  The work is a Faith work 
believing in the word of God and going into the "..whiten fields of harvest".  
We believe that we all must work for the "Lord of the harvest" has 
commanded us to work until he returns.  

We have provided some web links to other Christian sites.  Each site has 
been reviewed but we can not be liable for its content. 

Thank you for sharing your time with our Navajo people!










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