Welcome to Harper's Joy Assembly of God!
Thank you for stopping by the website for Harper's Joy Assembly of God in Dothan. If you are looking for a church home, we hope you will consider visiting us at any Sunday or Wednesday service. We are located at 1509 Harper Joy Road, between Dothan and Cottonwood (Click here for a map).
Our desire is to gather as a Christ centered family, to grow in worship, and to go into our community touching one life at a time. We are a church full of people just like you, and regardless of where you are in life, there is a place for you at Harper's Joy!
Pastor Eddie and Sister Jane Littlefield
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Photos from Kids Camp and Youth Camp are now posted in the Photo Gallery!
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