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For no one can lay any foundation other than the one already laid, which is Jesus Christ 

(1 Cor 3:11).

   

  

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2718 B Wesley Street

Greenville, TX 75401

 

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Foundation Fellowship of GreenvilleDr. Hal and Lois Ann Harless

In 2004, Dr. Hal Harless and his wife, Lois Ann, began to sense God's leading to plant a Calvary Chapel East of Dallas, TX.  They enlisted the prayers of several mature believers and began to seek God.  Over time the leading of the LORD became more specific and they were directed to Greenville, TX.  On Resurrection Sunday, April 8, 2007, Foundation Fellowship began meeting as a church in the YMCA in Greenville, TX.  In 2009, we moved to  5005 Live Oak Street.  In 2013, we moved to our present location at 2718 B Wesley Street.  Our goal is to know Jesus Christ and make Him known to the people of Greenville, TX.

 

We believe that the Lord Jesus Christ must be foundational to all that the church is and does "for no man can lay a foundation other than the one which is laid, which is Jesus Christ" (1 Cor 3:11).  We see the central functions of the church to be teaching, fellowship, communion, and prayer (Acts 2:42).  We desire to reach out with God's love to all ages, ethnic groups, and walks of life.  We are especially burdened for the "wounded sheep," those that have been so hurt that they have given up.  We believe that this reflects the heart of our Lord (Matt 18:11-14).

 

Our story is still being written.  Come and be a part of it! 

 

About the pastor

Dr. HalDr. Hal Harless holds a Ph.D. in Theology from Louisiana Baptist Theological Seminary, Shreveport, LA, an M.S.M.I.S. from the University of Texas at Dallas, and a B.A. inDr. Hal German with a minor in Greek from the University of Texas at Arlington.  He is the author of How Firm a Foundation and several articles in theological journals. He is also a member of the Grace Evangelical Society.  Dr. Harless was the Director of the Calvary Chapel Bible College Dallas/Fort Worth from 2003 to 2006, and taught Apologetics, Inductive Bible Study, Greek, Hebrews, Hermeneutics, Romans, Revelation, and Systematic Theology. He and his wife, Lois Ann, have three children and twelve grandchildren. 

 

About the Calvary Chapel Movement

The fellowship of believers now known as "Calvary Chapel" began in the late 1960's in one small, nondenominational church. Pastor Chuck Smith, who'd spent 17 years pastoring various churches throughout California and Arizona, became the pastor of a church in Costa Mesa, California which called itself "Calvary Chapel." Through his many years of pastoring, Pastor Chuck became convinced that a new approach to ministry was needed. Rather than preaching an evangelistic message every Sunday, he began to teach verse-by-verse through the Word of God, starting at Genesis and working his way through to Revelation. Within two years, the small church in Costa Mesa had grown so dramatically that there was no longer room in the church to hold all the members. About, the same time, Pastor Chuck's wife, Kay, began to feel that they needed to reach out to the "hippies" of that era. Chuck and Kay eventually made the decision to open their home and their church to these young people, teaching the revelation of God's love for them through the sacrificial death of His Son, Jesus. Pastor Chuck became the founder of what was is now referred to as the "Jesus Movement", witnessing God's miraculous power as the Lord dramatically transformed the lives of these young people. The Calvary Chapel saga had begun. Today, the original Calvary Chapel church in Costa Mesa, CA is home to over 30,000 believers. In addition, there are over 1,000 Calvary Chapel affiliate churches that have been planted throughout America and around the world.   

 

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Last updated: 03/16/13

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