Artesia Spanish Seventh-day Adventist Company

Details

The Artesia Group was started by three families from the Roswell Spanish Seventh-day Adventist Church who were looking to connect with the New Mexico towns of Dexter, Artesia and other neighboring communities that did not have an Adventist church presence. The Artesia Group is quickly growing and has been granted Company status within the Texico Conference family. It actively conducts Bible Studies, and it is in the process of forming a Pathfinder and Adventurer club. Weekly services are bilingual and simultaneously translated from Spanish to English. The Artesia Company’s mission is to make disciples for Jesus through biblical training, loving fellowship, and service for their community. They are a caring community of believers, that would like to extend the love of Christ to every individual in Artesia, Dexter and the surrounding areas.

Gathering Times
Sabbath School: 9:15 AM
Church Worship: 11:10 AM
Prayer Meeting: Wednesday, 7:00 PM
Language: Bilingual

Location

Address
1302 W Chisum Ave, Artesia NM 88210

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Pastor

Jonathan Gonzalez

jgonzalez@texico.org

Pastor Jonathan Gonzalez, serves as a Senior Pastor in Southwest New Mexico and Northwest Texas, covering the region of Roswell to Saragosa, and Carlsbad to Hobbs. At present, he is the pastor of four churches and one group in Artesia, NM. He has served in that capacity since April of 2016. His ministry motto is, equipping the saints for the work of ministry, as such, he focuses on discipleship and small groups. He also enjoys Apologetics and shares videos on his YouTube page Unlocking the Code/Descifrando el Codigo. He holds a Master of Divinity degree from the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University and a BA in Psychology from Antillean Adventist University, the school where he met his wife Odil E. Gonzalez. Together they are parents to a son, Nathan Andres Gonzalez. Pastor Gonzalez is also a Chaplain in the US Army Reserves having graduated from Chaplains’ Basic Leadership Training in December 2019.

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