72 Years in Texarkana
We are looking forward to meeting you.   Whether you are looking for a home church or just visiting Texarkana, we would be honored to have you join us for worship.      Service times are 10:00 am, 10:45 am and 6:00 pm on Sundays and 7:00 pm on Tuesdays.     
Our Mission:  Living God’s Word, Loving Like Jesus, Being Led by the Holy Ghost
What To Expect When you Come to the House of Prayer Holiness Church: 
You will be welcomed by a friendly hand shake and a warm smile.   HOPHC has a place for every member of your family.   We would love to get to know you and your family and answer any questions you may have.   
Each service has a time of worship in song.  With talented singers and musicians, join us in the worship of Jesus Christ.  
Pastor Dennis Heath has a God-given ability to preach with an “old time” anointing.  Based from the King James Version, you will hear sermons that will inspire you to draw closer to God, and inspire you to share God’s grace, all woven with the thread of holiness.    
Each member of the House of Prayer Holiness Church can tell you their story of God’s grace and where God brought them from.      As a church family, we focus on our relationship with God while focusing on our relationship with others.     
In 1948,  Founder James Roberts felt a burden to build a church on Grim Street in Texarkana, Arkansas.     72 years later, the church is still on the same street in what is now the College Hill area.      Sitting on over two acres of land, the church is a landmark across from Elmer Dansby Pondexter Sports Complex (formerly Hobo Jungle Park.)   
Pastors through the years include:   
James Roberts   (1948-1950)
Odie Prichett   (1950-1956)
Harlan Blake   (1956-1957)
Doyle House   (1958 – 1960)
Otis Kenneth Easley   (1960-1963)
Richard Hubbard   (1963-1964)
Bob Holden   (1964-1978)
Richard McDaniel   (1979-1990)
Adam Beech   (1991-1993)
Mark Brock   (1993-1997)
Shad McDonald   (1997 – 2011)
Pastor Dennis Heath   ( 2011- present)

House of Prayer Holiness Church is located in the College Hill area of Texarkana, AR across from Elmer Dansby Pondexter Sports Complex (formerly Hobo Jungle Park).
Located 3 blocks from East Street on the corner of Division and Grim Streets.    
From Little Rock:
Follow I-30 South to I-49 South to Exit 31.  Turn right onto Division Street.  Church is on the corner of Division and Grim Street. 
From Shreveport: 
Follow I-49 north to Exit 31.   Turn Left onto Division Street.   Church is on the corner of Division and Grim Street.