History

The Late 1880's...

  • A group of believers begin worshiping in a log cabin, known as Hosmer Pentecostal Church.
  • The church had been built in the shape of a cross.  The congregation sat on wooden pews and the church was heated with a potbelly stove in the winter.  The windows were open with screens nailed to them.  In the summer, the panes themselves raised from the bottom out and were latched to the roof.
  • Though the church had humble beginnings, God had big plans.

1936...

  • The church becomes known as The Pentecostal Church. 

1974...

  • After a vote, the name of the church changed to Glezen Revival Center

1976...

  • A pole barn was erected where the Life Center stands today.  This would serve as a memorable home to the congregation for 4 years. 

1980...

  • The church congregation began building the present church facility.  Services were held in the church basement until the upstairs sanctuary was completed.

1981...

  • The church began meeting in the completed upstairs sanctuary that serves as the meeting place to this day.  Many memories of the move of God have been made in this beautiful facility.

2000...

  • A facility was built to house a gym and serve as a meeting place for many fellowships and small groups.  The youth ministry, children's ministry and many others benefit from it's spacious accommodations.
  • Today a shelter house with picnic tables and softball field known as "Foundation Field" are also located behind the Family Life Center.

Glezen Revival Center was dedicated to the Lord's work from it's foundation and will stand to see God's will fulfilled in the earth.