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Phoenix Revival Center *Established 1948*

The Wesson family arrived in Phoenix, AZ in 1948. An Arkansas boy by birth, Garland Wesson came to the Valley to fulfill a dream: to build a Pentecostal church. After attending Apostolic College in Tulsa, Oklahoma, he moved westward to Phoenix. He soon met Virginia Homes, the daughter of Apostolic pioneer Guy Homes. They were married in 1946. In 1948, Garland and Virginia pioneered the very first United Pentecostal Church, Apostolic Heritage Church- Phoenix, Arizona. 
Reverend Wesson hosted a local radio show in the mid-1950's and 1960's. The church continued to thrive well into the 1980's under the ministry of the Wesson's. For many years they served as foster parents and their home was always open to wayward youth in need of loving guidance. 


Tim R. McCary was saved in Turlock, California. He served as Sr. Pastor of Phoenix Revival Center from May 1994 -August 2009. At the time of Pastor McCary's decision to resign as Pastor of Phoenix Revival Center, he recommended whole heartedly his long time friend Rev. Delmon Sansom. 


In August of 2009, Rev. Delmon Sansom was voted in as the new Pastor of Phoenix Revival Center.