Harper's Joy Assembly of God

Welcome to Harper's Joy Assembly of God!


 Eddie and Jane Littlefield

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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Kids Camp 2011

Photos from Kids Camp and Youth Camp are now posted in the Photo Gallery!

Youth Camp 2011

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