Reserve Bilingual Seventh-day Adventist Church

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The Reserve Bilingual Seventh-day Adventist Church has a long-standing history in the Texico Conference dating back to 1930’s with the conversion of the Martinez family, a proud catholic family. In 1939, 19 members of the Martinez family were baptized in the nearby river by Elder George Casebeer. They then built a church outside of Reserve in Rancho Grande, and it was the beginning of the Reserve Bilingual church. Today, the Reserve church is a small, warm congregation who enjoys worshiping together, studying God’s word and living out their faith.

Gathering Times
Sabbath School: Bible Study, 2:30 pm
Church Worship: 4:00 PM
Language: Bilingual

Location

Address
31 S Main St Reserve, NM 87830

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Pastor

Tobin Savage

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Pastor Tobin Savage was born a fifth-generation Seventh-day Adventist in Loma Linda, California where his parents were youth leaders in the Azure Hills Church. When he was in the fourth grade the family moved to La Vida Mission in Northwestern New Mexico. His parents opened a ‘trading post’ near La Vida and, after attending the Mission School for one year, Tobin was home-schooled for the balance of his elementary years helping his parents in the store and learning mechanics from his dad.

Tobin attended both Campion and Thunderbird Academies where he immersed himself in flying and various other pursuits. During a student Week-of-Prayer that Tobin presented, he first sensed God's call to ministry. After graduation, and with much prayer and counsel, he enrolled at La Sierra University as a Physics major later changing to Religion when his call to ministry became more clear.

Upon graduation, Tobin taught at Holbrook Indian School where he also served as an associate pastor. Pastor Tobin has a broad background in various technical fields with a degree in instrumentation and controls as well as being a Journeyman Electrician. Several years later, a full-time call to pastoral ministry opened the door to serving the Dubuque, Iowa church.

After Iowa, Pastor Tobin served as a bi-vocational pastor working for Chevron Oil Company and pastoring the Aztec, NM and the Rangely, CO churches of the Rocky Mountain Conference. A few years ago, Tobin had the opportunity to build a cabin in the mountains, a lifelong dream that became a reality. He moved to Ramah, NM located within the Gallup, Grants, Pie Town, Reserve and Crownpoint district of the Texico Conference. It was at this time that a call to full-time Pastoral Ministry was once again extended to Pastor Tobin and he has been pastoring this district since mid 2022.

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