About Revolution

Starting a Revolution of Grace in One Life at a Time. That was the vision of Revolution Church when Pastor Zak White moved his family to the Schertz area in June of 2009. That vision has remained the same as our church has grown dramatically.

We are a church fueled by revolutionary faith. God has done revolutionary things that only He can do – thousands of lives changed, marriages restored, families healed, addicts who have broken free from addiction and hearts made new.

As God allows us to continue to reach more people with the life-changing message of the Gospel, we will continue to focus on loving God and loving people. Our approach to church isn’t traditional but we maintain a conservative theological position.

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Pastor Zak and Amber White

Pastor Zak is a creative, visionary leader with a passion in life to see those who are far from God connect into a real and growing relationship with Jesus Christ. Zak is the founding and senior pastor of Revolution Church. He is married to Amber and they have one son, Couper and a daughter, Annabelle. He enjoys espresso, working out, wakeboarding, and eating chips and salsa at Canyon Creek Cafe.






REV Kids

REV Kids is where we teach kids to love God and love people. We don’t offer babysitting at Revolution. Instead, we bring kids age-appropriate teaching, worship, Bible study and activities that speak directly to them. To accomplish this, our skilled volunteers use technology, fun, games and excellent environments. Most kids BEG their parents to come back to REV Kids.

We divide this ministry into four separate environments so that we can engage your child at his or her level.






THE MIX is the student movement at Revolution Church. We don’t have a “youth group” in the traditional sense of the word.  Instead, we encourage students to be a part of the weekend worship experience, attend a student service, share your faith, serve on a REV Team and serve people through REV Glocal. Why wait to grow up to be a part of what God is doing? Students are not the next generation. They are the NOW generation!