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Fallbrook Church

Fallbrook Church

12512 Walters Rd, Houston (TX), 77014, United States

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(281) 444-2733

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Now CLOSED
Work hours
MO 09:00 – 18:00 SA closed
TU 09:00 – 18:00 SU 08:00 – 13:00
WE 09:00 – 18:00
TH 09:00 – 18:00
FR 09:00 – 18:00
About While serving as a Youth Minister in 1993, God placed the vision of starting a church on the heart and mind of Michael A. Pender. After much prayer, preparation, and assistance from many faithful Christians, the Pender family along with three other families founded Fallbrook Church.

In September 1994, Fallbrook Church held its first public service at Gray Elementary School, in North Houston. We experienced fruitful years at that location; creating disciples out of new converts and helping believers experience a fresh relationship with the Lord. Our focus moved to worshipping in small groups in November 1994 with Bible studies and other fellowships in individual homes. From these small groups, God created leaders, preachers, deacons, and other department heads.

From January 1997 to January 1998, Fallbrook leased office space (less than 1,000 square feet) for the administrative offices and to conduct Bible Studies, Vacation Bible School, Youth Revival, Children’s Fellowship, Couple’s Banquet, Women’s Ministry activities, and much more.

In January 1998, we agreed to co-lease space at New Jerusalem Community Church and held our first service there the following month. Fallbrook’s ministry matured and great things happened as the Lord continued to add to our numbers.

In 1999, Pastor Pender held a church meeting where he shared the Lord’s plan of blessing us with a new facility. A building committee was organized and in November 2000, Fallbrook closed on 6.14 acres of land on Walters Road in North Houston. During the fall of 2001, we broke ground to build a 9,000 square foot multi-purpose building.

March 2002 began a new chapter in our history as we held our first service in what is now our Auxiliary Building. Our Phase II building (what is now our Community Center) was opened in August 2004 and soon after, we launched a building campaign for Phase III (Worship Center), "Committing to Christ to Serve Our Community". This campaign was overwhelmingly embraced by the
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Mission To reach our community one home at a time and change the way people think of the church forever.
Description While serving as a Youth Minister in 1993, God placed the vision of starting a church on the heart and mind of Michael A. Pender. After much prayer, preparation, and assistance from many faithful Christians, the Pender family along with three other families founded Fallbrook Church.

In September 1994, Fallbrook Church held its first public service at Gray Elementary School, in North Houston. We experienced fruitful years at that location; creating disciples out of new converts and helping believers experience a fresh relationship with the Lord. Our focus moved to worshipping in small groups in November 1994 with Bible studies and other fellowships in individual homes. From these small groups, God created leaders, preachers, deacons, and other department heads.

From January 1997 to January 1998, Fallbrook leased office space (less than 1,000 square feet) for the administrative offices and to conduct Bible Studies, Vacation Bible School, Youth Revival, Children’s Fellowship, Couple’s Banquet, Women’s Ministry activities, and much more.

In January 1998, we agreed to co-lease space at New Jerusalem Community Church and held our first service there the following month. Fallbrook’s ministry matured and great things happened as the Lord continued to add to our numbers.

In 1999, Pastor Pender held a church meeting where he shared the Lord’s plan of blessing us with a new facility. A building committee was organized and in November 2000, Fallbrook closed on 6.14 acres of land on Walters Road in North Houston. During the fall of 2001, we broke ground to build a 9,000 square foot multi-purpose building.

March 2002 began a new chapter in our history as we held our first service in what is now our Auxiliary Building. Our Phase II building (what is now our Community Center) was opened in August 2004 and soon after, we launched a building campaign for Phase III (Worship Center), "Committing to Christ to Serve Our Community". This campaign was overwhelmingly embraced by the
Founded September 1994 by Senior Pastor, Michael A. Pender

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