Our History

On June 19, 1960, Rev. G.B. Jones held the first service of Hurst Assembly of God in a house on Pipeline Road. The congregation and twelve charter members soon outgrew the house and property was purchased at 812 Harrison Lane, the current location and campus of our church. The original sanctuary was built on this location. Souls were saved, weddings performed, and babies dedicated. The church quickly multiplied. Within two years, the building had to expand to accommodate the growing congregation.

On June 10, 2018 both Grace Covenant Assembly of God and Hurst Assembly of God voted to merge together as one congregation. They also voted on October 28, 2018 to change the name to New Life Assembly of God. We are excited for the future of what God is going to do as He united the body of Christ under one roof.

God has greatly blessed this church and congregation with anointed leadership and the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. Many miracles of healing, salvation, and infilling of the Holy Spirit have been evidenced in these past years. Three major building expansions have occurred and renovations to preserve and restore this house of God as a place of worship. This has been made possible by the selfless actions and sacrifices of the pastors, leadership, and many individuals who have given of their time, talents, prayers, and resources to make Hurst Assembly of God a place where the name Jesus Christ is proclaimed to this community and to the world.


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Our Interim Pastor

Roger and Debbie Lewis have served together in ministry the entire 44 years of their married life. Roger began before that for a total of 48 years active ministry. They have served as itinerant evangelists, as District Youth Director for the North Texas District Assemblies of God, and a total of 35 years as lead pastors in three churches located in East, Central, and North Texas. 


Roger currently serves as a District Presbyter for the Northeast Fort Worth Section where New Life Assembly is located. They retired from pastoring about two and a half years ago and now preach regularly as guest speakers helping and encouraging the local churches and pastors. Roger is currently a church consultant and a coach to other pastors in our area. The Lewis’ have big hearts for missions and the local church.


“We look forward to this season with our friends at New Life Assembly. We are praying for God’s

wisdom and insight as we prepare for the next pastor for this great church. We believe the next pastor should be one to be here for a long time helping the church build a legacy for the future.”


As of May 17th, Pastor Roger Lewis will be our interim (temporary) pastor during the process of selection for New Life's new lead pastor. He will also be advising and helping the board and transition committee during the selection process. 


To contact Pastor Roger Lewis you can email him at: roger.lewis@charter.net


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Our Vision

God's blueprint for the church is found in Acts 2 and our goal is that we follow God's plan for His church

  • Holy Spirit Led

    Everything that we do should be led by the Holy Spirit and not by our own strength. Being led by the Spirit holds everything that we do together.

  • Equipping People To Make A Difference

    This is our mission statement. We believe that the purpose of the church is to equip the saints for the work of the Lord.


  • Worship

    Your purpose in life is to worship God with everything that you are and do. It's more than just singing songs.

  • Connect

    We want you to connect with God and other people in your walk with Jesus.

  • Grow

    Our hope is that your relationship with God doesn't stand still, but continues to grow.

  • Go

    We are a church that loves to reach the lost here and abroad.

  • Serve

    As believers, we should serve in some place in this world to honor God.




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Our Mission

EQUIPPING PEOPLE TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Ephesians 4: 11-12 And He Himself gave some to be apostles, some prophets, some evangelists, and some pastors and teachers, 12 for the equipping of the saints for the work of ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ.

According to Ephesians 4:11-12, the purpose of the 5 fold ministry is to equip the saints for the work of the ministry and to edify the body.


Mark 16:15-18
And He said to them, “Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature. 16 He who believes and is baptized will be saved; but he who does not believe will be condemned. 17 And these signs will follow those who believe: In My name they will cast out demons; they will speak with new tongues; 18 they will take up serpents; and if they drink anything deadly, it will by no means hurt them; they will lay hands on the sick, and they will recover.”

The last instructions that Jesus gave his disciples was that they would impact their world with the Gospel, signs and wonders, power from the Holy Spirit and miracles. Our mission is that you come to church to be equipped and edified to impact the world that God has place you in.


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Testimonies

Before my hands were effected from Myotonic Muscular Dystrophy, and I couldn't close my hands or do much heavy lifting. After I was prayed for I am now able to close my hands and do a lot more work with my whole body. Thank you God for my miracle. 

~ Michael, Empowerment Conference, 2019


My wife and son both are struggling with sickness, and I asked God for peace and trust in him. After prayer, God not only helped me in my finances, but has given me hope to better trust in him and a miracle for my family.

~ Jackie , Empowerment Conference, 2019


I was seeking for financial stability and healing in my body, after fasting and praying I got offered a job as a teacher at a local school. During the conference Philip Baker prayed for healing in my lower back, and I now have healing in my back and whole body.

~ Jeremy , Empowerment Conference, 2019


I have been battling with depression and I was seeking God to take the pain and bad thoughts away. After praying with my family and church, God had showed me the path, and I am happier than ever one healed me, my heart, and my soul.

~ Robert, Empowerment Conference, 2019


I have been praying for peace in the direction of ministry and family unity. My family now is stronger and better than it was before, and I now know that God is preparing me for greatness, and the best is yet to come. 

~ Ivy, Empowerment Conference , 2019