We Are A

Presence Driven

Church

Redeem your story

Here at Azle First Assembly of God, we know that everyone has a story. The beauty of the gospel is that no matter what your life's story is, Jesus has come to redeem it and give it another ending. That's why we proclaim that we can not stop speaking about what we have seen and heard!

Latest Sermon

Check out our most recent sermon from Pastor Josh, one of our staff pastors, or a guest minister.

Service Times

Sundays

Discipleship: 9:30am
Worship Service 10:30am

Wednesdays

Prayer: 5:45pm
Adult Bible Study: 7pm
Youth Service: 7pm

Pastoral Leadership

Josh Lowrance

Lead Pastor
Josh has served AFA as Lead Pastor since 2022. Josh is an ordained minister with the Assemblies of God, and he has a Master of Divinity through Liberty University. Josh and his wife Hollie have four kids; Hannah, Harmony, Titus, and Theo.

Brent Arterbury

Associate Pastor
Brent serves AFA as Associate Pastor. Brent's wife Rebecca also serves as our Worship Leader.

Greg Garza

Student Pastor
Greg serves AFA as Student Pastor. He and his wife Adriana oversee ministry to students 6th - 12 grade. The student ministry meets upstairs in the youth room on Wednesday at 7pm.

Angela Bayless

Children's Pastor
Angela serves AFA as Children's Pastor. The children meet on Sunday mornings upstairs in the Kids Church Room.

Our values

These are the values that make us who we are at Azle First Assembly.

Love of God

The greatest commandment is that we love the Lord our God with all of heart, soul, and mind. Our love for God unites us as one body seeking His will above all else.

Expository Preaching

The majority of preaching at AFA is expository, meaning we preach verse by verse through the Bible. While we recognize there are other methods of preaching, we believe expository preaching to be best.

Exceeding Generosity

We value giving because God has given us everything. Through giving, we prove that our possessions do not possess us. Generosity shows that our faith is in God, not in mammon.

Expressive Worship

We were created for worship, and we believe that our worship should be expressive. Yet, worship is so much more than what we do on Sundays. Worship should be a defining mark of our lives.