These seven words are spoken and seen often at Angleton First Church. They are our constant reminder of the Great Commandments and the Great Commission given to us by Jesus.
Our purpose is to influence and encourage people to enter into a personal relationship with Jesus and to live life the way God intended.
Our prayer for you is for the God of hope to fill you with all joy and peace in believing that you may abound in hope by the power of the Holy Spirit. (Romans 15:13)
The Pentecostal movement came to Angleton, Texas in 1906. It was then that several people in the area received the baptism of the Holy Spirit and began holding weekly church services together in an upstairs room over a store in downtown Angleton. Out of this group
came First Assembly of God, a local fellowship officially recognized by the General Council of the Assemblies of God since 1932. The church has been at its current location since 1946 and in the current building since 1990 after the first structure was destroyed in a fire on Christmas Eve of 1986. Thankfully, a church gym had recently been added and served as a temporary sanctuary for a little over three years. Looking back, it’s easy to see God’s faithfulness to First Assembly of God in Angleton.