Located in northern New Mexico about 10 miles east of Taos. Loma Verde Camp is non-profit. The camp is available to rent at reasonable rates for a variety of events: youth camps, family reunions, birthday parties, spiritual retreats, art classes, country weddings, vow renewals, and receptions.
Mission Groups are welcome and needed. For the glory of God, the nurture of youth in the meaning of the Christian Life, to provide social, educational, and recreational atmospheres for families of the Church, and to make available for use by all groups whose purpose is to train youth in right living.
Since its founding in 1974, the library/archives has become an important repository of the history of the Presbyterian presence in the Southwest. Researchers come from all over the U.S. and from foreign countries.
The holdings include: books, periodicals, photographs, pictures. artifacts, tapes/transcripts, manuscripts, memoirs, correspondence, records of organizations and other memorabilia.
Menaul School is a faith-based, college preparatory day and boarding school for students in grades 6–12. Founded in 1896 by the Reverend James Menaul, the school was initially a boarding school for Spanish speaking boys, primarily from northern New Mexico. Since 1934, Menaul School has been a co-educational, independent school producing leaders in our community with a reputation for excellent values, ethics, and moral character.
Menaul School is currently seeking a volunteer: Experienced Receptionst for the front desk: Volunteers undertake many responsibilities and generally work a 7/8 hour day for a minimum of three months, longer if possible, in positions that strengthen the school community. Call Nicole Soriano at 505-341-7252 for more information.
The Sandia Conference Grounds is a unique semi-wilderness camp located on the eastern side of the Sandia Mountains near Albuquerque, New Mexico. It is an historic site which began in 1928 as an exciting new "place in the mountains" where meetings of the Synod of New Mexico took place.