Every Sunday afternoon in the Spring of 1931 prayer meetings and a revival by Reverend M. G. Quinton were held in the front yard of Mrs. Fanny Simmons home at 218 Link Street in Fort Mill. The Church of God organization expanded into South Carolina in 1914, and the Quinton revival was the first Church of God meeting ever held in Fort Mill. The last week of August 1931 a store building, formerly the Tom Porter Grocery Store, was rented on South White Street, and Reverend J. H. Daniels began a revival which lasted four weeks. There were 29 saved, 22 sanctified, and 19 filled with the Holy Spirit. As a result of this revival, the Fort Mill Church of God was organized on Sunday, September 27, 1931 with nineteen members.
From these humble beginnings, we have grown and reached out to impact our community with a message of hope found in Jesus Christ. We believe God desires for us to live empowered, Holy Spirit filled lives. As a body of believers, we strive to love God and live out that love through service and care for others. We are a diverse community of believers dedicated to bringing God’s Good News of Hope, Grace and Love through the blood of Jesus Christ and by the power of the Holy Spirit.