1911: a little band of worshipers met in Galilee Episcopal Chapel at 18th Street and Oceanfront.
1912: property was purchased for $350.00.
1915: the first church was dedicated with 50 members.
1948: the educational building was added.
1952: the first church was razed and the cornerstone for a new building was laid.
1959: more property was purchased to make room for a larger educational building and fellowship hall with kitchen.
1980: plans were developed for the new construction of a larger church.
1984: the first worship service was held in the new sanctuary. The 1952 sanctuary was converted into office space and classrooms.
1985: work was begun on the installation of the church’s first pipe organ and approval was given to improve the kitchen.
1986: the new kitchen was completed.
1997: adjacent Night club on Pacific Avenue was purchased to greatly expand our Urban Ministries program.
1999: the 1952 sanctuary structure and the little chapel were demolished to make room for the new three-story addition. This facility accommodates
classrooms and most staff offices, a children’s multipurpose room, a state-of-the-art music department, a nursery, a conference room, workrooms, and a small chapel.
2014: Second Century Committee was formed and currently investigating
the need for building maintenance, improvements and expansions.