Biography

Wilfredo Irizarry and Gladys Irizarry

Senior Pastors

 

Biography

Senior Pastors
Pastor Wilfredo Irizarry and his wife Gladys Irizarry have been in ministry for over 30 years and as pastors 17 years in Rochester, NY.  Pastor Wilfredo received his M.Div. at Northeastern Seminary in Rochester, NY and Pastor Gladys received her Master in Education/Counseling from the Inter-American University in Puerto Rico.  They have been blessed with a son, Isaac and a daughter, Gladys who are outstanding Praise and Worship leaders.  They also have six beautiful grandchildren.
Pastor Wilfredo and Gladys are the founders of Adonai Community Services, which provides outreach assistance for many churches,
schools, governmental and non-for-profit organizations.  They have ministered in Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut, North Carolina and New York.
They were the founders of Adonai Community Fellowship located on North Goodman St. for nine years when they got the call to jump-start First Assembly of God church, which is now, Adonai Assembly of God of Rochester on Jones Ave.  They have been there for seven years as they with the direction of the Holy Spirit, re-ignited the church and re-modeled and now it is a catalyst of change in the community.
Adonai Assembly of God under the direction of Pastor Wilfredo and Gladys has taken this great endeavor… a new church plant in Henrietta.  We are re-opening the old Henrietta Assembly, which is now, Adonai Henrietta Campus.
They were the founders of Adonai Community Fellowship located on North Goodman St. for nine years when they got the call to jump-start First Assembly of God church, which is now, Adonai Assembly of God of Rochester on Jones Ave.  They have been there for seven years as they with the direction of the Holy Spirit, re-ignited the church and re-modeled and now it is a catalyst of change in the community.
Adonai Assembly of God under the direction of Pastor Wilfredo and Gladys has taken this great endeavor… a new church plant in Henrietta.  We are re-opening the old Henrietta Assembly, which is now, Adonai Henrietta Campus.