This year the Texico Conference will hold its annual camp meeting at Bonita Park Camp and Conference Center, near Ruidoso, New Mexico beginning Thursday, June 29 and ending Sunday, July 2. It will provide a special opportunity to spend time with our Lord in nature and enjoy fellowship with our brothers and sisters in Christ.
Our theme this year is “Following God’s Call: Making Disciples.” The main speaker for the English meetings will be Mike Tucker, speaker/director of Faith for Today. Omar Grieve, speaker/director of La Voz de la Esperanza will be the Spanish main speaker. Preparations are also being made for the young adult, youth and children’s programs.
There will be limited provision for lodging to accommodate individuals, families and small groups. Other options include RV and tent sites located within walking distance of the meeting places. Reservations for these facilities should be made through the Texico Conference office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (505) 244-1611 and ask for Margaret Whetsell.
Hotel accommodations will also be available in the Ruidoso area, about 6-8 miles from Bonita Park. We are in the process of negotiating special rates and block reservations for this important event. In addition, there are numerous vacation cabin rentals nearby.
Unfortunately, Bonita Park will not be able to provide food service for the number of campers we anticipate. Therefore, all meals will be on your own. This will be a great time for fellowship while sharing meals with your family, friends and church groups.
We hope you will make plans to be a part of this spiritual retreat as we return to our roots and experience an old-fashioned camp meeting.
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 12,000 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 19 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.
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