Text Box: Superintendent Thomas Walker and Missionary Annie Lou Walker came to the knowledge of holiness and was sanctified, saved and filled with the Holy Ghost under the leadership of Elder Charles Brown at Wynnton Road Church of God in Christ, there they served faithfully. One day the Lord gave missionary Grace Whittlesey a vision to start prayer meeting in the neighborhood of Kendrick Quarters (now named Southwest View). Missionary Walker and Deacon Walker (at the time) joined her. These saints went to the people in the area to fellowship and have prayer with them. The Lord open many doors at the home of many people, so much until the homes were over crowded. They continued in fellowship and prayer with the people, but need a place for where the people could come together to worship. The lord touched the heart of Mr. T.K. Kendrick to give a tool shed to worship in. The Lord filled it to capacity. Soon another tool shed had to be added to facilitate the people and the Lord also filled it beyond capacity. The Lord gave a vision to Elder Thomas Walker to build a church for the people. Again the Lord touched the heart of Mr. Kendrick to give a lot to build a church. He constructed and built Thirtieth Avenue Church Of God in Christ. Here Elder Walker and Missionary Walker labored diligently for the advancement of GOD’s kingdom until the Lord called Supt. Thomas Walker from labor in his Vineyard in December 13, 1983. Missionary Annie Lou Walker was called home to glory in April 3, 1996.
  
Where we are going……..
 
God has given our present leader Supt. Ronnie Duckworth a vision for a new sanctuary. God has confirmed and blessed this vision with a word of prophesy - “Get Ready For The Increase”. We have purchased 5 acres of land and are currently in the process of preparing the land for the new sanctuary. You can view pictures of the land and progress of this project as well as our newly purchased sanctuary by clicking the picture of the church.

 

 

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