Our Story

How it all started...

History must look at the beginnings and to know the origin of a movement or group, thus history gives us a head start to the understanding it's present identity and significance.

Nazareth Missionary Baptist Church was established in the year of 1917, three and a half miles north of Rosenberg, Texas in Fort Bend County. A far-sighted farmer pioneered in cutting away the dense forest known as the Brazos bottom became a viable growing community. They were faithful loving people with no community center, church or school. Neither was there a bridge to span the river to the nearest town. This grieved Mrs. P. G, Evans, a God fearing lady who lived in the community. Mrs. Evans desire was culture for her people. The island Lake Sunday school was started in a vacant store where Mrs. Evans served as superintendent and as a teacher. She was well prepared as a teacher of God's word as well as a missionary. Mrs. Evans served as president of the Galilee Baptist Church Mission Society. In 1917, a bush arbor was built and a revival was conducted. There were many that confessed Christ during this revival. This was the beginning of the organized church, Rev. J.E. Warren was the first pastor called. During this time the church was still without a name, until one night while asleep the Holy Spirit gave the name Nazareth to Mrs. P.G. Evans.
In 2017, Nazareth celebrated 100 years of existence with the current Pastor, Pastor C. Donnell Wallace.

Expanding the vision...

To be a place where broken people can find healing in Jesus Christ. To connect the unconnected to Christ.  Helping people take their next step to Christ. Connecting people with God, through authentic relationships to serve the community.
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Be a part of our story...

Join us every Sunday as we gather to worship together a 9:30 am and 11 am.