On May 23, 1996, a groundbreaking ceremony for construction of an ultra-modern, 2,500 seat, state of the art sanctuary was held. On the third Sunday in July, 1998, the entrance service was celebrated and Pastor Dixon led hundreds of dedicated disciples into the "House That Faith Built-- The King's Dome, one of Houston's finest places of worship. Other components include 45 classrooms, a banquet facility, a production studio and a 24-hour prayer chapel.

"We are building a model Community of Faith, extending God's kingdom Biblically, evangelistically, educationally, politically, socially and globally;" our Vision Statement. The multifaceted array of programs and projects for the development and nurturing of active disciples currently consists of 7 governing departments; 35 ministry components and an ever-evolving ministry menu. The Community Of Faith is swiftly becoming the epicenter of "kingdom" magnetism. In December, 2003, the Community Of Faith Church hosted the Kingdom Builders Fellowship's consecration service bestowing upon Pastor James Dixon, II, the status of Bishop.

In May of 2004, Bishop Dixon led a missionary group to Uganda, East Africa. Following a massive crusade, the ribbon-cutting ceremony for The Community Of Faith Church - Uganda was witnessed, completing Phase I of our global vision. Work continues in this underdeveloped region with Phase II plans encompassing the construction of a health clinic and school.

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