In the late 1800s, gold mining caused a boom in the northern New Mexico town of Tres Piedras (Three Rocks). Several years later, in 1939, Elder Casebeer along with other missionaries, visited the neighboring town of Tusas and baptized seven souls in the Tusas River. Those baptized, went on to help establish the Tres Piedras Seventh-day Adventist church which was dedicated on June 10, 1967. Today, the Tres Piedras congregation continues to serve the Lord and be a light in their community.
Gathering TimesSabbath School: 9:30 AM
Highway 285 N Tres Piedras, NM 87577
Pinzon began his service in ministry in the Texico Conference as a student pastor, during his theology undergraduate program in 2011. Since graduating from South Western Adventist University, he has worked as a pastor in the Gallup, Grants, Pie Town and Reserve district from 2013 to 2017. During the period of 2014-2017 he served the as the Prayer Ministries Director of the Texico Conference. Most recently, Pastor Pinzon completed his Master of Divinity degree at Andrews University, and he now leads the Española, Taos, Dixon, Cañon Plaza and Tres Piedras district. His beautiful wife Yesica and his precious children Niah and Noah, have been a fundamental part of his ministry. The Pinzon family is originally from Colombia and they enjoy the warm people and weather of New Mexico, as well as the continuous support of the Texico Conference family.