The Willing Workers Baptist Church was established in 1981 at the home of Sis. Lily Evans on Beckley St. in Dallas, TX. Bro. & Sis. Washington founders.
WILLING WORKERS BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH HISTORY
The Willing Workers Baptist Church was established in 1981 at the home of Sis. Lily Evans on Beckley Street in Dallas, Texas. George Washington also helped to organize the church. A few months after the organization of the church Rev. James Lipscomb was called to pastor the church. The Lord added to the church under the leadership of Rev. Lipscomb. In 1982, the church purchased a lot of land at 4142 Gladewater Road. Later the members were able to purchase a building and move it to the site. The congregation continues to worships at this present location site. In 1992 Rev. Oliver W. Lomax became the pastor of the church. In 1994 under his leadership, the church was able to pay off the debt on the church property.
1996, the church was renovated and the style of the building was changed. This projected was completed in 1997. The Church mortgage was paid off in 1998, and Bro Jackson who owned the land next to the church gave it to the church as a gift. In 2005 the church was renovated again and changed to its current appearance. As with all churches we have had our ups and downs but we continue to move forward. God has brought us through many trials and tribulations. We are thankful for the leadership of our pastor and his wife, Rev. Oliver & Sis Linda Lomax. "ONLY WHAT YOU DO FOR CHRIST WILL LAST".
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Willing Workers Baptist Church Church
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