Sunday Lunch

After every Sunday morning service, we have lunch provided by the ladies of our church with an extra special dash of love thrown in each dish.

Annual Meeting

Scheduled for the 3rd Weekend in Oct. (19-21), 2018. We've invited Elder Mark Rowell of Bethlehem Primitive Baptist Church in Izoro, TX and Elder Mark Richards of Little Vine Primitive Baptist Church in Austin, TX.


  • Friday dinner at 5:30 Services at 7 p.m.
  • Saturday Services at 10 a.m.
  • Saturday Lunch at noon
  • Saturday afternoon services at 2 p.m.
  • Saturday Dinner at 5:30 p.m.
  • Satuday evening services at 7 p.m.
  • Sunday morning services at 10:30 a.m.

Nursing Home Visitations

Several times during each year we visit nursing homes and retirement centers and sing some hymns for those that are there. We especially make several stops around Christmas time.

Food Collection

We collect non-perishable food to be delivered monthly to the local Food Bank in our area.


Brentwood Hills Primitive Baptist Church is a community of believers working together to transform our lives to the image of Jesus Christ. We believe it is our duty and privilege to live the gospel of the doctrines of grace in such a way as to edify the families within our church and other children of God in our community. Through regular worship based on strong Biblical principles, fellowship, admonishment, and outreach, we glory in the grace of the sovereign God working in our lives thereby showing the Spirit of God in the world.

Elder Ward Rowell named Pastor

Brentwood Hills Primitive Baptist church is happy to announce that Elder Ward Rowell of Arlington, TX has accepted the church's call to be its Pastor. Elder Ward has been visiting Brentwood Hills regularly this year as we looked for a new pastor. His love, dedication and liberty while preaching to us over the last several months showed the Holy Spirit working.

Elder Rowell has been a member of Old School Primitive Baptist Church for many years faithfully serving under Pastor Mike Montgomery. He was ordained at Houston Primitive Baptist Church.

We are truly thankful for the prayers of our sister churches during this time. It has been a blessing as God continues to be patient and kind to his people in this place. We pray that he will continue with us as we strive to serve the Lord together.

Living in Liberty

Elder Bryce Lowrance