The Church At Pine Hill was organized on Sunday, April 5, 1998 with a dedication and an inauguration celebration. It was the beginning of something unique for Pastor Floyd and Estell Rose. In his infinite wisdom, God called those two people to meet the challenge. Embarking on this faith journey, The Church At Pine Hill, a church without denominational, cultural, class, racial, or gender walls was established. God sent people of various ages, occupations, and gifts to enhance the vision.

We have a fellowship of unconditional love, where differences make no difference. We enjoy a common fellowship with each other because we enjoy a common relationship with Christ.

Pastor Rose retired on December 30, 2000 and Pastor Alex Bunion was installed as the new pastor on January 28, 2001.

Under the leadership of Pastor Bunion, the first two Deacons and Deaconesses were ordained on June 28, 2001. God also added 60 new members and seven new auxiliaries to the ministry. Pastor Bunion ordained The Church At Pine Hill’s first female minister, Evangelist Vera Bunion in May 2003.

In November 2003, Pastor Bunion organized a Building Committee to work on a church expansion plan. The Building Committee was extremely efficient and in April 2004, the “McIver Fellowship Hall” was added to the church. Additionally, a 15-passenger van was purchased to assist with transportation.

On January 30, 2005, an early morning worship service was added on Fifth Sundays. The additional morning worship continues to be a blessing to all who attend.

In 2008, Pastor Bunion formed a committee to organize the paving of the church parking lot areas. The newly paved parking lots were completed on March 17, 2008. The New Members Orientation classes were also instituted in 2008.

In June 2011, Pastor Bunion and the church leadership met to discuss plan to renovate the sanctuary. Blueprints were presented and approved by the membership and construction began in August 2011. The sanctuary renovations, which included a new foyer and increased the seating capacity to allow 300 people to worship the Lord in the beauty of the holiness, were completed in August 2012.

In March 2015, a 24-passenger bus was purchased to further assist with the transportation needs of the church.

In the beginning there were only two, now there are 350 of us who enjoy a wall-less church were Christ is all, love is the law, and everyone is treated with dignity and respect.