In September of 2001, Reverend Paul Mize brought his family to the town of Greenbrier with nothing more than a dream: to see an Apostolic church established that would have a positive impact not only the city of Greenbrier but the surrounding areas and communities as well. They began to teach Bible studies in their home and baptize people in their swimming pool. They secured a storefront building on Broadview Street in the heart of Greenbrier, where they held services through 2005, and the congregation was christened The Pentecostals of Greenbrier. In the summer of 2005, God blessed the church through the United Pentecostal Church program, “Church in a Day”, and they now had their own place on West Cedar Hill Road to gather and worship.
In December of 2012, Pastor Paul Mize resigned, after having served as Pastor for eleven years, and the church elected Reverend and Mrs. Brandon Mize to the pastorship. Pastor Brandon Mize, along with his wife Maranda and their two children, Aiden and AnnaClaire, have many hopes and dreams for the future of the Pentecostals of Greenbrier. Still located at 9 West Cedar Hill Road, the congregation of the Pentecostals of Greenbrier gather weekly for a time of worship and ministry as they continue to celebrate what God has done, and live in faith for what He plans to do. The elected Pastor of Pentecostals of Greenbrier is Pastor Bradley Burns.