Goliad Church of Christ
 The Churches of Christ Greet You....

Goliad Church of Christ is located about 2.5 miles north of Goliad on Highway 183. Our building is designed in accordance with our locale in the style of a mission.  During the 1836 Texas campaign, Colonel James Walker Fannin's force surrendered in defeat at the Battle of Coleto Creek.  The Texian soldiers were imprisoned in the presidio for a week.  On Palm Sunday, March 27, Col. Fannin and his 341 men were marched outside the walls and shot, making Goliad the site of the largest single loss of life in the cause of Texas independence.  The Goliad Massacre, which accounted for twice the loss of life as that at the Alamo, was, in part, the inspiration of Gail Borden's headline, "Remember Goliad!  Remember the Alamo!", which become the rousing battle cry of the victorious Texians at the Battle of San Jacinto. 
                                                               

                      
             
  
  
  
God richly blessed the Goliad congregation in these last couple of months by sending
us Bro. Wayne DeDear and his lovely wife, Sis. Judy DeDear. Their knowledge and 
enthusiasm is only exceeded by their love of the Lord. They began their ministry
here in August of 2013. We look forward to a long and rewarding ministry with them.