From 1964 to Present, we’re still here.
From 1669 Park Avenue to 132 East 111th Street
The Foundation was planted.
1959 Bishop and Dr. Page joined the ministry of the Highway Church of Christ (Baltimore, MD), under the leadership of Bishop Fred Page, Sr. They received the baptism in the name of Jesus Christ, and the gift of the Holy Ghost.
~ 1960, They moved to New York, NY and joined the ministry of the Highway Christian Church of Christ, 305 West 142nd Street (New York, NY 10030), under the leadership of Bishop Jesse V. Lomax, Sr.
~ 1964, Shortly after being ordained, Elder Liston Page, Sr. began to pastor a small congregation, whose first services convened at 1669 Park Avenue
(New York, NY 10035).
~ 1965, Elder Liston Page, Sr. and congregation purchased a building at 211 East 115th Street (New York, NY 10029 - 2105).
~ 1972, Through God’s blessing, the mortgage was burned.
~ 1972, Elder Liston Page, Sr. felt the move of God to open a church at 98 Broadway (Paterson, NJ 07505 - 1128). The Lord blessed so tremendously, that they later bought the present church at 371 Tenth Avenue (Paterson, NJ 07514 - 2417).
~ 1982, Through God’s blessing, the mortgage was burned.
~ 1974 - 82, Bishop Liston Page, Sr. was pastor of the Greater Highway Church of Church on Blue Hill Avenue (Mattapan, MA 02126).
~ 1982, Bishop Liston Page, Sr. and congregation purchased a building at 132 East 111th Street (New York, NY 10029 -2602).
~ 1996, Through God’s blessing, the mortgage was burned. Throughout these fifty years of faithful ministry, Bishop and Dr. Page have held many positions of leadership: Bishop and Dr. Page are the parents of three children, the grandparents of seven, great grandparents of two, and the “spiritual parents” to thousands. We have gathered together, to honor and to celebrate the long journey of our anointed and prestigious Pastor and Co-Pastor. Another year has passed, and we have both of them with us. Be aware that whenever they enter the sanctuary, we know without a shadow of doubt that God reigns.
They have been unfaltering in teaching, preaching, and counseling. They have given us loyal support along the way. For out of pain, came power; the power to live holy. “Let the Elders that rule well be counted worthy of double honor, especially they who labor in the word and doctrine” (First Timothy 5:17).