Who We Are…

About Us

Here at Fellowship of Huntsville Church, we focus on growing people in the Lord and helping them reach out to a hurting and lost world. We believe personal spiritual growth greatly depends on our people hearing and understanding the Word of God, so our Sunday sermons are occasionally topical, but usually a verse-by-verse exposition of different books of the Bible.

We also offer Bible classes to encourage personal growth and provide our members with ministry training, as well as small groups that meet throughout the week to discuss the topics addressed in the Sunday morning message.

Regarding reaching out — our youth, college students, and adults of all ages are involved with various FOHC ministries, local outreach ministries, and short-term missions. Enthusiastic support of overseas missions’ work is another priority here at FOHC, especially the support and training of nationals in foreign lands.

Our History

1988 — Bought the current property from Grace Baptist Church
1992 — On September 6, called Tim Ramsey as Student Pastor/Associate Pastor
1996 — On November 10, Dr. Larry Petton resigned as Pastor
1997 — On August 10,  called C.F. Hazlewood as our Senior Pastor
1998 — On April 23,  changed the name of the church to FOHC
1998 — On November 15,  merged with Huntsville Bible Church. David Hodges became Executive Pastor
1999 — On November 2, purchased 5 acres behind the church
2002 — On December 15, moved into our current Worship Center
2003 — On November 2, called Monte Robinson to be Associate Pastor
2005 — In the Fall the Fellowship Hall was built
2007 — In the Spring, called Debbie Keil to be the Director of Women’s Ministries
2008 — In the Fall, Dave Hodges resigned to take a Pastorate in Richmond, Texas
2009 — On November 8, called Don Johnson to be the Pastor of Worship and College
2012 — On January 20, purchased 12 acres behind the church
2015 — On May 1, called Beth Primm as Children’s Ministry Director
2015 — On June 7, called Adam Winningham as Youth Ministry Associate
2016 — On September 11, Don Johnson resigned to be a worship leader in Grand Saline, TX
2017 – In January, David Jones was called as the College & Career Minister
2017 — In the Fall, Joey Stroud was called to be Pastor of Worship