Welcome to the Albuquerque Central SDA Church in Albuquerque, NM.
We are a Christian community and would love to have you join our family. To learn more about what we believe, visit our About Us page.
How to join us in person
Join us for our Sabbath School and Worship Service:
- Children's Sabbath School: Saturdays, 9:30 to 10:30am
- Cradle Roll/Beginners (ages 0-3) is in-person
- Kindergarten (ages 4-6) is in-person
- Primary (ages 7-9) is in-person
- Juniors/Earliteens (ages 10-13, grades 5-8) is in-person/Zoom option
- Youth (ages 14-17) is in-person
- Adult Sabbath School
- Worship Service: Saturdays, 10:50 to 12:00 PM
How to join us online
- A recorded Sabbath School Beginners class for kids under age 4 can be watched here.
- Collegiate/Young Adult class meets via Zoom, Saturdays, 1pm. and is studying the character of God, with a starting point in Job. This class welcomes people at all stages in their spiritual walk, particularly those with questions and doubts. Please write firstname.lastname@example.org to request the login information.
Watch us online - Saturday mornings starting at 10:50 AM.
Note: Prelude Music will begin at 10:40 AM.
What is church in a time of COVID-19?
Dear Church Family:
Praise the Lord for O my soul; who forgives all your sins and heals all your diseases; who vaccinates us and preserves us and brings us back to church!
We see the light at the end of that proverbial tunnel! The long haul may call for some adaptability, humility and resilience, but God is truly blessing us as a country, county, Conference and local church as well!
I wanted to give a quick update before we leave town for a bit regarding MINISTRY NEEDS we’re praying to fill! First, I’m so glad that Nadia Hinkle has accepted the Crestview Home & School Leader ministry. She’ll work with a team from other local churches to help support teachers and school morale while working on vital fund raising projects. Thank you for hearing the call and stepping up, Nadia!
Joe Cardana has agreed to become the new Audio/Live Stream Team Coordinator. Along with providing A/V for church services we’d have no outreach to those beyond our doors if it wasn’t for our vital live stream ministry. Thank you Joe for providing the leadership needed at this time, and a huge THANK YOU to Loren Dryer for all he and his team have done to get a consistent—uninterrupted live stream to our church website and YouTube channel! Joe has already begun to call for more helpers in the Live Stream ministry. They’re eager to train and some very young people have already responded—you do NOT need to be a ‘techie’ in most of the areas they’re willing to train for! See Joe if you have any interest in helping to build this ministry!
Since my arrival I’ve been repeatedly told that building up YOUTH MINISTRY is the most greatest perceived need of our church. We have a fantastic Pathfinders and Adventurer program which we are so grateful to Richard, Jim, Audrey and friends!
We are talking here of needing to build a TEAM APPROACH to working with our YOUTH and YOUNG ADULTS. We want our young people to associate POSITIVE, exciting, and supportive experiences with our local church. As you know, a large majority of young people leave our fellowship once they’re on their own. Many of them say that the church did not provide a relevant and positive experience for them.
The great news is: many churches are and they don’t have to have huge programs!
They just need a committed TEAM approach!
Youth and Young Adult ministry tends to fizzle out when the church sticks a ‘warm body’ in there to fill out an ‘leadership’ list!
But that’s why I’m claiming Matthew 9:38 that the LORD of the HARVEST will SEND WORKERS into His Youth Ministry harvest field!
Will you please join me in that earnest prayer! I’m not going to give up until God helps us build a team(s) that our youth and young adults deserve!
There are varied ways to be involved either upfront, alongside or behind the scenes.
Different churches utilize various models including the AYM—Adventist Youth Ministries model found in the Church Manual.
But right now we first need to see who has a VISION for youth ministry here? who has a desire to see our youth and young adults have a positive connection to God and the Gospel?
Again, there are so many ways to be involved from speaking, to planning, to ‘fooding’—(that’s a word isn’t it?! i.e. food always brings ‘em out!); to communication, and most of all, friendship.
But it’s going to take a team approach whether it’s with our YOUTH or specifically the YOUNG ADULTS.
Please let myself or any board member know if you have any interest or any ideas!
In His Joys,
Pastor John :)
Pastor: John Abbott
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In line with CDC guidance and New Mexico Public Health Orders: individuals not fully vaccinated are still required to wear face masks and properly social distance. Mask wearing is optional for those who are fully vaccinated.
Adventist Online Giving
Adventist Giving allows you to return your tithe and give your offerings online while you do your online banking, are on a long business trip, on vacation, or even if you are unable to attend church due to an illness.
But most important of all, if you desire to give back to the Lord all of your first-fruits as soon as you have them, you can do it immediately through Adventist Giving.
Go to the Adventist Giving website to donate or signup for an account.
Watch a tutorial about getting setup with Adventist Online Giving.
Do you know anyone that needs prayer; do you have a prayer request?
Send a prayer request.
Call in your prayer requests at any time by dialing: (505) 836-1480.
News & Events
Stay up-to-date with all that is going on here at Albuquerque Central Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Click above link to view archived newsletter editions.
Click here to view the current edition of the church Newsletter (Summer 2021).
Continue to pray for the prayer warriors at 7:00 AM, 7:00 PM, 7 days a week and unite against the snares of this world.