The Alamogordo Seventh-day Adventist Church is located on more than 20 acres of property with a beautiful view across the valley to White Sands and the San Andres Mountains. The Alamogordo church was established in 1905 with twelve adult members. During the summer of 1909, the first annual camp meeting was held and gave way to the work of Adventist mission in the area. Today, the Alamogordo church is still thriving and recently built a new school that provides a Christ-centered, Bible based, Seventh-day Adventist educational opportunity to the community and serves the needs of their congregation. A lot of enthusiastic work was put into the school project, but it is just a reflection of Alamogordo’s spirit and commitment to share the gospel.
Gathering TimesSabbath School: 9:45 AM
1000 S Canyon Rd Alamogordo, NM 88310-3614
Chuck Workman is the son of an Adventist minister who found his calling as a chaplain in the Army. Pastor Workman has always loved traveling and sharing the gospel. He has lived in 20 different states and six foreign countries. He is a former missionary, teacher and education superintendent. Most recently, Pastor Workman received a kidney transplant after battling several health issues including diabetes. Pastor Workman continues working as a full-time pastor in the Alamogordo, Las Cruces and Ruidoso Seventh-day Adventist churches. He hopes to restart the Ph.D. program he paused during dialysis and taking “as many mission trips as God allows” once he is cleared for overseas travel. He continues to count his blessings rather than dwell on his limitations. As Pastor Workman says, “There are negative things anywhere you go, and you can focus on that, but why? There is beauty everywhere too. God is good.”