Seventh-Day Adventist Church

CorralesNew Mexico



Young Adults

The Young Adults group is comprised of adults ages 18-35. We are open and honest. Some of us have kids and some of us don’t, some of us are married and some of us are not. We are all citizens in Christ. We meet on Sabbath and talk about real life. We meet in real life and have a lot of fun. You are always welcome. Classes will resume at a later date.   Read More

Adult Classes

Corrales SDA Church Small Groups Sabbath School programs are aimed at supporting our walk with the Lord. Sanctuary - Join us on Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m. for a combined family worship. We will separate at 9:50 for an adult lesson (classroom south of foyer) and children’s lesson (fellowship hall). Read More

Childrens’ Sabbath School

Sabbath School features a hands on approach for children to learn about Jesus and His love. Each Sabbath morning the children gather in their respective classrooms to learn valuable lessons from the Bible. Dedicated teachers use age appropriate curriculum to provide music, crafts, fun activities, stories, teaching, and discussion to give the children varied opportunities to learn biblical principles in fun and exciting ways. Cradle Roll (Ages 0 - 3) years Kindergarten/Primary (Ages 4-8) Juniors (Ages ... Read More

Youth Sabbath School

Ages 13-17 Youth - First classroom to the North in the foyer Read More

Children’s Ministries

Our children are our most precious possession at Corrales Adventist Church! Jesus wanted the little children to come unto Him – he believed they were very important and so do we. Children’s Ministries sponsors events throughout the year for children of all ages. Read More

Fellowship Lunch

The Greek word for fellowship is “koinonia” (koi-no-NEE-ah). It involves the “active” participation in the Christian community, sharing in spiritual blessings and giving material blessings, Mangum, D. (2021, Feb 8). In sharing a meal, it is the action of strengthening our relationships with one another and with Christ. It is the giving of oneself when preparing food to share with others.  “And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works,... Read More