Texico Conference Celebrates 100 Years!

Come and join in the celebration on June 3-4 at the
University of New Mexico Campus in Albuquerque.

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Special guest speakers will include Dan Jackson, NAD President, Dr. Angel Rodriguez, former Director of the Biblical Research Institute, Ruthie Jacobsen, NAD Prayer Ministries, Steve Case, Director of Involve Youth, and Willie Ramos, Ghetto Preacher. A full program will be provided for children, youth, young adults and adults (English and Spanish).

The adult (English and Spanish) meetings and young adult meetings will be held in the Johnson Center gymnasium complex, while children and youth meetings will take place in the Student Union Building (SUB). Free parking will be available after 5 pm on Friday and all day Sabbath in Parking Lot A, which is between Central Avenue and Redondo Road South.

Meals will be on your own, but family picnics are welcome. We look forward to seeing you there!

UNM Campus Map

Johnson Center Gymnasium Complex Map (Main Floor)

Johnson Center Gymnasium Complex Map (Ground Floor)

Student Union Building (SUB) Map

Centennial Celebration Locations and Dates

Albuquerque (UNM): June 3-4
Clovis Church:  August 12-13
Amarillo Church:  November 18-19
El Paso Central Church:  December 2-3

As you browse through our website and get acquainted with us, we invite you to find out all you can about the Texico Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.  The Texico Conference is home to approximately 12,150 members living in the states of New Mexico (expect San Juan county) and West Texas. We exist to serve the needs of 80 churches, companies and groups and we are part of a global fellowship of congregations with more than 18 million baptized members worldwide, languages and ethnicities.

The Texico Conference of Seventh-day Adventists is the administrative headquarters for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in West Texas and New Mexico.  It is our mission to empower members, pastors, churches and schools in our territory to share the everlasting gospel with their friends and communities.

Because our churches are diverse and we all come from all walks of life, different backgrounds and cultures our motto is “Unity in Diversity.” The mission of the Texico Conference Adventist churches is to proclaim, preach, teach, publish and live the everlasting gospel.

If you have any questions or comments about our site, please email texico@texico.org.

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