El Paso Central English Seventh-day Adventist Church

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The El Paso Central Seventh-day Adventist Church is a large active church with 701 members. It is best known in the El Paso running community for organizing the McKelligon Canyon Challenge 5K run/walk. Every year, more than 600 men, women and children of all ages participate in this event. Although the race is primarily meant to create health awareness, it also serves as a great outreach initiative. The El Paso Central church has many flourishing ministries and is actively involved with the El Paso Junior Academy, which is the local Adventist multi-grade school. Members of El Paso Central enjoy gathering to worship and learn more about Jesus. They love to pray for each other and are happy to welcome anyone who walks through their doors.

Gathering Times
Sabbath School: 10:00 AM
Church Worship: 11:00 AM
Prayer Meeting: Sabbath Vespers: 6:30 pm, Friday Worship: 7:00 pm
Language: English

Location

Address
1801 McRae Blvd El Paso, TX 79925-6705

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Pastor

Rodel Liwanag

rliwanag@texico.org

Rodel Liwanag is forever grateful to God for leading him into ministry and allowing him to migrate to the U.S. from the Philippines. Pastor Liwanag and his family came to serve in the Texico Conference in 1993 and were excited to start a new journey in the Southwest. Unfortunately, on November 11, 1998, Pastor Liwanag’s wife, two children and a niece were involved in a tragic accident and were killed by a drunk driver. Several years later, Pastor Liwanag married his wife Prospil, an Internist/Cardiologist from the Philippines and the Lord blessed them with a son who is the pride and joy of his life. Pastor Liwanag is currently serving as the senior pastor of the El Paso Central and the El Paso Northeast Seventh-day Adventist Churches. He is also the Men’s Ministries Director of the Texico Conference. Pastor Liwanag’s goal is to prepare his family, and the flock the Lord has entrusted to his care, to meet our Savior Jesus Christ in His soon return.

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