Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever (Hebrews 13:8)
The story of Harthill Pentecostal Church is best told by going as far back as 1922 when the Faith Mission held a gospel campaign in West Benhar in a building known as the tin hall. This tin hall still stands today, and can be seen next to the petrol station on Eastfield’s main street. At that campaign, a young man named George Drysdale gave his heart to the Lord and started on a journey that would see him Pastor the church in Harthill for over 50 years. Filled with the Holy Spirit a few men of the village including Mr William Hilditch, Mr Sam McGeachie and Mr George Drysdale met in the upper room of the Old Orange hall on Harthill Main street. Although no longer there, the hall would have been situated near where Brodies Rest Rooms are today. This was the beginning of Harthill Pentecostal Church.