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Texas Conference of Seventh-day Adventists

The Texas Conference of Seventh-day Adventists is the administrative headquarters for the Seventh-day Adventist Church
in the eastern two-thirds of Texas. It is our mission to empower members, pastors, churches, and schools in our territory to share
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Latest News
Rodney Mills New Ministerial Director

On January 28, 2016, the TexasConference Executive Committee named Rodney Mills as Ministerial Director for the Texas Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. Mills has served as a pastor for 35 years, including eight years in Texas. He most recently served as Senior Pastor of the Scenic Hills Seventh-day Adventist Church in San Antonio. Mills has a Doctorate of Ministry focused on Natural Church Development. We welcome Pastor Rodney and his wife Pamela to the Texas Conference Ministerial Department


Adventist Community Services Disaster Response

Adventist Community Services has been operating a Distribution Center in Garland to serve those affected by the December 26 tornadoes. We have served thousands of survivors, and have had some amazing witnessing opportunities. The Garland Faith Community Seventh-day Adventist Church, through its ACS department, will be assuming responsibility for the Distribution Center. They will operate two afternoon/evenings a week for the near future. Some of those affected are just now learning of the help they can receive from the Distribution Center, and we want to make the supplies available for those who need help. 

-Joe and Sherry Watts, Texas ACS Directors

Elton DeMoraes is New Conference Executive Secretary

New Texas Conference Executive Secretary:
Elton DeMoraes

On December 10, 2015, the Texas Conference Executive Committee voted current Ministerial Director, Elder Elton DeMoraes as Executive Secretary for the Texas Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. DeMoraes has served in the Texas Conference since 1998. He served as pastor in the Houston area as well as in East Texas before joining the Texas Conference Office as Director for the Ministerial, Evangelism and Church Planting Departments in 2011. DeMoraes will graduate with a Doctorate of Ministry in 2016. The Texas Conference is grateful to continue partnering together in ministry with Elder DeMoraes. Blessings and congratulations to Elder DeMoraes, wife Alessandra and daughter Isabella!


Wirmin Alcantara Named Undertreasurer

Wirmin Alcantara Named Undertreasurer
The Texas Conference Executive Committee has named Wirmin Alcantara as Undertreasurer for the Texas Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. Alcantara served as Accountant in the Arkansas-Louisiana Conference before joining the Texas Conference as Director for the Human Resources Department and Assistant Treasurer in 2012. The Texas Conference looks forward to continuing working together with him in this new role and extends congratulations and blessings to Wirmin, his wife Yanil, and children Princess Abigail and Derek Jared.

Educate for Eternity

Educate for Eternity is an initiative designed to encourage new student enrollment in Adventist schools throughout the Texas Conference.This partnership between the families, the local school, and the Texas Conference will provide financial assistance to new students through a three-way commitment. To get more information or find a school near you, talk to your local pastor or email