covenANT
RESTORATION
CHRISTIAN
FELLOWSHIP

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5616 Frontage Rd, STE 101

San Antonio, TX 78201

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OUR Senior PASTOR

Henry E. Thomas

 

Henry E. Thomas is a native of Ferriday, Louisiana. On April 19, 1992, he accepted God as his Lord and Saviour in Minot, North Dakota under Apostle John Fults. From August 1992 to June 2000 under the tutelage of Pastor Otis McCormick, New Jerusalem Church of God in Christ (COGIC), North Pole, Alaska, he began his work for the Lord as a lay member, then an ordained Deacon. He accepted his calling as a Minister and was liscensed in August 9, 1998. He is the founded SoulMate Ministry/Marriage Enrichment Ministry and has held various positions such as President of the Men Ministry, member of the Usher Board, Trustee Board, Chairman of Deacon Board, Sunday School Superintendent, and District Sunday School Chairman.

 

In July 2004 he arrived in Naples, Italy, he became a member of Agape Fellowship Ministries, Inc., in Gricignano, Italy. He received his Elder’s Ordination and served as an Associate Pastor. Later in 2006, he attended the Hallelujah Full Gospel Service at the NAS Chapel, where he continued to serve God’s people through the Marriage Enrichment Ministry.

 

Upon his arrival in San Antonio in 2008, he obtained employment at San Antonio Military Medical Center as Lead Medical Supply. He has an Associates of Arts Degree in General Studies at University of Maryland. He is presently obtaining his Bachelors of Science in Biblical Studies from Liberty University.

 

Pastor Henry is the husband of one wife Fannie M. Thomas, for 30 years. He is the father of three children Tahisha, Henry II, and Tiara; and three grandchildren; Ariel, Nathan, and Lily.

 

He is an anointed preacher and exhorter who have devoted his life to servicing God’s people. The uplifting of God's kingdom is always at the forefront of his ministry. He consistantly pray that God’s people will reach their fullest potential in Christ.