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Everyone is a
Child of God.

And everyone deserves to be treated that way.


St. Paul’s Precious Possibilities (SPPP) is an outreach ministry of St. Paul’s United Methodist Church to meet the child care needs of families in our community within the northeast heights of Albuquerque, NM.

Children of all creeds and races shall be accepted.

Our mission is to provide quality childcare in a loving Christian Environment for children ages 3 months to 4 years.

Here at St. Paul's we have Safe Sanctuaries Policies & Guidelines in place to ensure the safest environment for children, youth & vulnerable adults.

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Quality childcare for 3 months to 4 years.



Providing a childcare program of social interaction, social and physical development, music, art activities and ample encouragement toward creativitiy and self-expression in an attractive and safe enviroment.


State licensed program to meet our community's childcare needs.


Providing a quality staff of caregivers who are trained and sincerely interested in the welfare and early education of young children.

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The Rooms.


Baby Room

3 months to 1 year

Playing with Baby


The Big Room

2 years 

Kid Playing with Bubble


The Rainbow Room

1 year to 2 years

Image by Marisa Howenstine


Old Preschool Room

3 to 4 years

Image by Jessica Rockowitz
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M-F 7:40 AM - 5:15 PM \ Tel. 505-292-5526

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the Rates.

Drop In Rate: $35 Additional Child Drop in Rate: $22 

St Paul’s Precious Possibilities is sponsored by a Christian institution, St Paul’s United Methodist Church, and is part of the Church’s outreach ministry to the community. Though it is open to all faiths, some Christian teaching is included in the curriculum. Christian moral and ethical behavior is taught and modeled. 


Each of our classrooms is staffed by qualified, highly motivated adults to help facilitate your child’s development and learning. Low child to teacher ratios and small class sizes help promote age-appropriate learning in a fun, hands-on environment.