Our Church History

Touching Heaven & Changing the Earth!

Bethel Covenant Assembly of God, San Antonio was founded by Pastors John & Chidinma Aniemeke under the inspiration and guidance of the Holy Spirit. On December 22nd 2011, they received an order from the Almighty God by revelation to start a new ministry; an Assembly of God Church in San Antonio, Texas. After much prayers and counsel with various men of God in the leadership of AG USA and Nigeria respectively, a prayer group was started immediately. On March 21st 2012, Bethel Covenant Assembly of God was formally registered as a non-profit incorporation entity with the State of Texas as a religious (church) organization. B.C.A.G. was officially inaugurated on January 5TH 2013 By Rev Scott Ennis, the General Council AG Missionary to Nigeria & Gambia. The Church was officially set in order as an affiliate Church in the South Texas District Council by the District Superintendent of the AG South Texas District; Rev Tim Barker on March 23rd 2013. BCAG San Antonio was officially recognized as an affiliate Church of the General Council of Assemblies of God USA on April 22nd, 2013. The Church prayer group started with 9 foundation members consisting mainly of The Aniemeke family, The Okafor Family, Bro. Clement Iyoha, Sis. Nse Ekpeyong, Bro. Maurice, Bro. Bossman, Bro Kofi, and Bro Jude. The First Sunday Church service was held at the Drury Inn & Suites near La Cantera Parkway; 15806 IH-10 West, San Antonio, TX 78249. Today, to the Glory of the Almighty God, B.C.A.G. has grown to a body of over 400 members who worship God in Spirit and in Truth every week. B.C.A.G. is a spirit filled assembly blessed with a rich diversity of members from all races and cultures who are seeking after God’s presence in all facets of life. The Church has a clear mandate of bringing an unquenchable Revival to the City of San Antonio.

Our History

Our vision is to raise a generation of Spirit-filled believers who will touch Heaven through prayers and the power of the Word while bringing change on earth. “To turn many to the Lord Jesus Christ and make ready a people prepared for the coming of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.” (Luke 1:16-17)

a. To encourage and promote the evangelization of the world.
b. To encourage and promote the worship of God. c. To encourage and promote the edification of believers.

d. To provide a basis of fellowship among Christians of like precious faith.
e. To respond to human need with ministries of compassion.

f. To establish and maintain such departments and institutions as may be necessary for the propagation of the gospel and the work of this Pentecostal fellowship.
g. To approve scriptural teachings and practices, and to disapprove unscriptural teachings and practices.

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Our Leaders

Dr. John C. Aniemeke (Senior Pastor)
Dr. Chidinma Aniemeke (Co-Pastor)
Rev. Ascension Sanchez
Reverend Floyd A. Miles III
Asst. Pastor Obinna Okafor
Pastor Roseline Aniemeke