Harmony Free Will Baptist Church was organized on September 22, 2003. Thirty two people met in the home of Stanley and Vanessa Sawyers to discuss the possibility of starting a Free Will Baptist church. The first Wednesday night service was held on September 24th in the home of the Sawyers under the direction of Chuck Lancaster and Norris Lillard with 37 people present. the first Sunday morning worship service on September 26th was held in the home of Jim and Kim Hudson with over 50 people present. Stanley Sawyers brought the message. Becky Henderson was elected treasurer and Lela Luper was elected clerk.
An organizing committee was voted on to create a Constitution for Harmony Free Will Baptist Church to be recognized and approved at the State level. The committee consisted of Jim Hudson, Chuck Lancaster, Kevin Luper, Stanley Sawyers, and Paul Scroggins. The church continued having services in the home of the Hudson's and Jim and Jolene Pierce. Bro. Sam Hunt made arrangements for Harmony Free Will Baptist Church to move all services to the Pontotoc County Agri-Plex. Charter membership was closed on 11-23-2003 with 106 members. The corporation of Harmony Free Will Baptist was completed on 02-22-2004 and Rev. Ken Wolf was called to be the pastor in April of 2004.
Harmony continued to meet at the Pontotoc County Agri-Plex until October 2004 averaging 145 per Sunday. In October 2004 Harmony purchased Joyful Harvest Church located on the east side of Ada. The congregation held the first service in the new facilities on November 7th with a attendance of 165. In August 2005 the decision was made to split into 2 worship services in order to handle the growing congregation's needs.
With the church continuing to grow with new families brought the need to add an additional staff members. In the spring of 2007 the church hired Jarrod Newby to serve as Youth (teen) Pastor and in the fall of 2007 the church hired Jamie Perry to serve as Associate Pastor and Children's Pastor.
In 2009 the church saw a substantial growth in new members and the need to explore new areas. In April 2009 Harmony church started a new Hispanic ministry under the leadership of Mitchel Perez. This is a unique service in that they meet at the same time as the 2nd worship service and have scheduled combined services twice a year. The Hispanic service is currently averaging 40 members on Sunday morning. In late 2009 a satellite Hispanic church was started in Holdenville Oklahoma to help serve the growing Hispanic needs in that area.
God has richly blessed Harmony Church in this very short time.