Rojo_townproject06

The mission has architecture typical of the mid-1800s time period. Its bricks were made from local clay, and the lumber to form the skeleton of the mission was cut in the nearby hills. The windows of the mission are all stained glass. The side doors of the mission are no longer in use, leaving only the front door open for access to visitors, and the rear door open for the priest and volunteers.

The mission has architecture typical of the mid-1800s time period. Its bricks were made from local clay, and the lumber to form the skeleton of the mission was cut in the nearby hills. The windows of the mission are all stained glass. The side doors of the mission are no longer in use, leaving only the front door open for access to visitors, and the rear door open for the priest and volunteers.