• SJBA - 1010 Ridgeway Place
  • Toward Angel Peak and beyond
  • Recent baptisms - FBC Aztec
  • Baptism day at Tooh Worship Center - Shiprock
  • SJBA Missions Leadership Forum - October 2019 Annual Meeting
  • Crisis Closet, open Mondays, 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
  • SJBA Crisis Closet Ministry Team
  • Tuesday prayer group at Durango Joe's
  • Pastor Josh (second from left) and Higher Ground team
  • Theron Whipple, Jr. - Deacon ordination - at FBC Flora Vista
  • Men and Boy's Prayer Response - FBC Aztec
  • Missions award Sunday - Primera Bautista, Farmington
  • On the Navajo Nation
  • From the abundance of God's earth
  • The life giving waters of the San Juan River
  • Still in business
  • Hesperus Baptist Camp
  • Passion Play of the Four Corners


WELCOME to the website of San Juan Baptist Association

The San Juan Baptist Association is a cooperating network of 36 Southern Baptist churches, on mission to communicate the Good News about Jesus Christ. In the communities of our three river valleys, west to the Navajo communities around the Four Corners Monument, over to Chama, NM in the Rocky Mountains to the east, and southward across the Eastern Navajo Checkerboard country, our churches resource each other and share fellowship in the Gospel. 

In addition to our present member churches, we are partnering with the leaders of recent church plants: Higher Ground Church in Farmington, Hogan Si' Ani American Indian Cowboy Church near Mexican Water, AZ, Rockin’ J Cowboy Church in Farmington, and the most recent church start - Generations Church in Farmington.

Browse through our web pages for information about our churches, as well as information concerning our association and its ministries. Contact us if you have additional questions.

San Juan Baptist Association's Mission Statement:  Churches serving Jesus Christ together, pursuing the spiritual transformation of the communities of San Juan County and the Four Corners Area.




  • Attention - Temporary Office Closure, November 16, 2020

    SJBA will follow the latest directive of Governor Lujan-Grisham concerning essential and non-essential activities.

    Our office will be closed, and our scheduled activities will be suspended from November 16, 2020 until November 30, 2020, or until such time as the directive changes. Office administrator Eunice Begaye and I will "office" from home, while continuing administrative duties, accessng your postal mail and phone messages left at the office. The number is (505) 327-4530.

    DOM Eric Frye can be contacted by cell phone, through calls, text messages at (801) 725-0506. Email: esfrye@mac.com

    For information about local church schedules in the current environment, please go to the church links on our homepage, and click on the Our Churches button listed there.

    God bless you as you continue to minister, and pray for our local communities, and our country at this time.

    Eric Frye, Director of Missions



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