The Spanish Mission Church known as Ebenezer, began in the Spring of 1992 as a Friday evening dinner service. The WMU of Coopers Gap Church provided the meal as migrant workers came from their days of labor in the fields to be a part of a Bible Study. Rev. Joe Geddys, his wife and two children helped in facilitating these services. This mission effort was a vision of the Coopers Gap Baptist Church.
In the Fall of 1993, property was secured, along with a mobile unit which the Spanish people used to worship in. This unit was furnished by the Home Mission Department of the NC Baptist State Convention.
Rev. Vincent Gil was the first pastor of the mission church. The church was constituted on March 5, 1995.
On July 23, 1997, the Polk Baptist Association voted to construct a church building for the Spanish Mission. This building was financed by PBA churches, businesses and individuals who donated free labor.
The modern building was completed for approximately $94,000.00, which would have cost some $300,000.00 had it not been for much voluntary offerings and labor.
In June of 2006, Rev. Gil was dismissed as pastor and Rev. Eusibio Gutierrez became pastor. Rev. Jose Ornelas is the present pastor.