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!
AG.org News & Information
New Research Reveals Over 70 Percent of Marriages Intact
The results of an intensive study, conducted by Shaunti Feldhahn, a Harvard-trained social researcher, have revealed that oft repeated "facts" on marriage statistics are fiction. Moreover, these "facts" are not even close to accurate.
Pastors Oppose Casino Proposal
Two Assemblies of God pastors are part of groups opposing a casino in their Massachusetts communities due to their long-term negative impacts.
AGTrust Invests in the AG's Future with J. Robert Ashcroft Scholarships
AGTrust, in cooperation with the Alliance for AG Higher Education and national Youth Offices at the Assemblies of God National Leadership and Resource Center, awarded Amberlyn Kern, Michaela Sevier and Wesley Wilson the J. Robert Ashcroft National Youth Scholarship.
U.S. AG Joins With Russian Pentecostals in Call to Prayer
The U.S. Assemblies of God is partnering with Edward Grabovenko, the head bishop of the Russian Church of Christians of Evangelical Faith, in calling for a week of prayer this week, September 15-22.
Global University Partners with Rural Compassion to Award Scholarships
Global University is partnering with a Rural Compassion Initiative to award scholarships to 30 rural pastors to Global's Berean School of the Bible.