THE VISION CHURCH HISTORY

The Vision Church was founded on April 30, 2005 by Dr. Deryck J. Hunte. As we reflect, Bible Study was held on Tuesdays in a small conference room at 104 Industrial Dr. with the attendance of 11 people.

In October of 2005 our service location was rented out to a company that the building manager saw fit for that business to have. We didn’t get discouraged! God was up to something great! A week later, God lead Pastor Hunt to a hotel less than miles out and we continued to have services at the Hearthside Suites conference room in Sugar land Texas. The Vision Church held services for 7 months at that location.

As we began to increase in number, we also began to outgrow the location but we endured. In being, faithful over the few things and in constant prayer God blessed us with a Worship Center in SugarLand , TX  that we could finally call our own after only a couple of months God again with his unmerited favor allowed us to expanded with the Nehemiah Project which became our Fellowship Hall and Seminary Class.

In our Vision Casting for 2007, we included God’s Extraordinary Children, God’s Extraordinary Teens.

In November 2008, we relocated to 11834 Riceville School Rd. Houston , TX The building was an abandoned daycare and by God’s grace and power in ten days, we renovated and moved in and we stayed there 4 years leading people to Christ and reaching the Glenshire neighborhood with many outreach projects Summer camp , lawn service , revivals  and prayer walking.

In November 2012, we relocated to 3901 E.Plum St. Pearland, TX.  We stayed there for seven years ..

In August 2019, we relocated to 2245 N.Main St. Pearland our current location..

 

Who we are ?

  • We were born on April 30, 2005
  • We are a Bible Church not a Non denominational Church
  • We practice the fundamentals of the faith
  • We do what that Bible says to do
  • We are an independent Bible church
  • We are a group of caring ,loving and compassionate followers of Jesus Christ
  • We have flaws and we don’t hide them, as we learn more about Christ we are conforming more to his image.