Abundant Living Faith Center, El Paso, Texas has been designed by Moore Nordell Kroeger Architects, Inc. Project consisted of structural design for a new 58,000 sq ft community church, including a 30,000 sq ft sanctuary with tiered seating and 28,000 sq ft of office and education rooms. This project included the design of a steel and CMU structural system for the sanctuary and CMU and wood framing for a detached 13,000 sq ft administrative building. In 1982, Abundant Living Faith Center (ALFC) launched bumptious new plan to build a new sanctuary located in East El Paso. In December 2007 ALFC takes ownership of their brand new 3,500 seat, state-of-the-art auditorium and ALFC celebrates its 30th Anniversary.
The Abundant Living Faith Center is a nondenominational, multicultural church in El Paso, Texas, USA, with about 20,000 members in 2009. As of 2009, it ranked number 41 by size on the Outreach Magazine‘s list of largest churches in the USA. Pastors are Charles and Rochelle Nieman. The church is part of the Word of Faith movement, giving abundant life teachings. The center supports the Faith Christian Academy, a private school established in 1980 that is home to more than 500 students from K-3 through to 12th grade. In August 2009 the church was giving away over 1,100 backpacks filled with school supplies, of which 800 would go to children in the El Paso area and 300 will go to children in the Dominican Republic.