Montgomery AL Church Directory | Churches in Montgomery
Our metro Montgomery Alabama Church Directory is designed to provide you with information to help you choose a church or ministry to attend in the Montgomery, AL area. Our online church directory has updated listings and reviews of some of the top churches and ministries.
This directory is for both residents, visitors, and people new to Montgomery, AL (USA). The city is the capital of the U.S. state of Alabama. Major civil rights events took place in Montgomery including the Montgomery Bus Boycott and the Selma to Montgomery marches.
According to the 2020 census, Montgomery had a population of 200, 603. The Montgomery metropolitan area is home to an estimated 386,047 residents. One of the top 10 Shakespeare theatres in the Country – the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, is located here.
Montgomery AL Church Directory
Church of the Highlands
- Church of the Highlands Montgomery: Their campus is now located on Taylor Road in a brand new facility that opened in Spring 2017. Reaching the capital city with the love of Christ is a dream come true for the Highlands family. Visit online at: https://www.churchofthehighlands.com/campuses/montgomery
This church is awesome!!! We have been searching for a church to call home! Everyone is so nice and everyone is most of all happy! read more »
Thank You | Official Music Video | Highlands Worship
Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church
In this National Historic Landmark, see the modest pulpit where Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. first preached his message of hope and brotherhood. This church was also a center point of the Montgomery bus boycott. A large mural in the church depicts King’s civil rights crusade from Montgomery to Memphis.
The Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church is a thriving presence in Montgomery, with Sunday Worship service, Bible Study, and a full calendar of ministries and activities throughout the year.
When in Montgomery you can’t miss this! I am a HUGE Civil Rights movement fan and I’m so glad I took the tour. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who helped to… read more »
St John’s Episcopal Church
St. John’s is a vibrant part of downtown Montgomery. With an active congregation of all ages, beautiful liturgy and music, and exciting offerings in Christian formation, mission, and ministry we share in the life and energy of the Kingdom of God that is alive and well in this area.
I especially appreciate all the things the church has for families with children. Love building family traditions like making Advent Wreaths at church, the… read more »
River City Church
River City Church is a United Methodist congregation in downtown Montgomery, Alabama focused upon meeting the needs of our community with the love of Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit. We exist to bring glory to God through being authentic Christ-followers, reaching the unreached, and multiplying the Kingdom of God to the ends of the earth. Our focus is transforming lives. We partner with God to take people from where they are into who God created them to be. Taking broken lives and transforming them into a new creation that is growing toward healing and wholeness.
Walking tour of Montgomery Alabama with My husband Tony Vanoy on Saturday January 12th, 2013 … We were walking up Dexter Avenue from the town center… read more »
Every Sunday morning we come together for a worship service with one goal in mind… To experience God. Our Serve Team are the most welcoming group of people you will meet, our Worship is exciting and powerful, and our preaching applicable to your life.
We believe that true spiritual growth happens in circles, not rows. Lifegroups bring community to Evangel by creating an opportunity for people to connect through Bible study and outreach. These Lifegroups include Sunday morning fellowship classes, Home Groups, Bible Studies, and numerous interest-based small groups.
The wife and I just moved to the area about a month ago and we’ve been looking for a church since we touched down. I believe we’ve found it! Just like our… read more »
Grace Life Church
We are a GRACE church…. No mixture of law and Grace. We believe simply what Jesus DID on the cross was enough!… Grace is the empowerment to live an extraordinary life… the grace life…. simple….. we love Jesus with every fiber and HE will be the center of Grace Life…
This Church is meeting at the Prattville YMCA’s Willis Bradford Branch. Services are Sunday at 10:15. Preface….after many years of not going to church,… read more »
First Baptist Church Brick-A-Day
In the first few decades after its establishment, the First Baptist Church became one of the largest black churches in the South, growing from hundreds of parishioners to thousands. Almost a hundred years later, in the 1950s and 1960s, it was an important gathering place for activities related to the Civil Rights Movement and became associated with the Montgomery bus boycott and the Freedom Rides of May 1961. The church was listed by the Alabama Historical Commission on the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage on May 5, 2000.
On May 21, 1961, this church was a refuge for the passengers on the Freedom ride. The congregation first organized in 1866; early parishioners had… read more »
New Pleasant Valley AME Zion Church
The African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church professes the historical faith in God, who by Himself – outpouring, was manifest incarnate in Jesus Christ.
Didn’t get a chance to go to services here, however we came for a burial, and the burial grounds were pretty decent and well kept. read more »
St Peter Catholic Church
Established in 1834, we are the first Catholic church built in Montgomery, AL. We celebrate the Eucharist in a traditional setting that focuses on salvation through Jesus Christ.
If you’re looking to attend Mass with traditional flare, St. Peter is your place. No nonsense, efficient, and they have organ for music. My kind of place…. read more »
Big Roxanna Missionary Baptist Church – Montgomery, AL
It was a humble beginning for a few interested and dedicated Christians to organize a place for worship. The first place of worship was held under a Bush Arbor located in South West Montgomery County on Highway 331 near Teague Road on the property of Mr. Randolph near his family home.
Because the very loud singing voices, clapping of hands, hollowing praises, preaching God’s Word disturbed his family life, In 1859, he donated an acre of land to the congregation for a church and he requested that the church’s name become Big Roxanna Missionary Baptist Church. As God inspired the leaders of the congregation, the church was used as a place of worship, a meeting hall, and a school.
The leadership of Big Roxanna Missionary Baptist Church is not in titles but in a willingness to serve as the church continues pursuit of excellence before God. To God be the Glory.
Frazer United Methodist Church
Frazer is one of the most diverse churches in our area, and we believe God desires for us to become even more diverse as we reach new people with the love of Christ from every part of our community and beyond.
Biblical Foundations: Frazer remains committed to the anchor of truth found in the Bible amidst the shifting seas of our confused culture, but all too often our society has become biblically illiterate. We are developing new ways for people to engage with the Bible so that everyone can encounter the life-transforming power of God’s Word for themselves. | Visit online: https://frazer.church
Servant Spotlight with Johnathan Williams | Frazer Church
Montgomery, Alabama Travel Guide (Video)
Montgomery, Alabama Travel Guide: The city has been rebooted — this is Montgomery 2.0! Local young professionals created this video to promote THEIR Montgomery. A great place to live, work and play!
Popular attractions include the Civil Rights Memorial & Center, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama plant, and much more. For more information, visit the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce website: http://www.montgomerychamber.com
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Montgomery Convention | Tourist Attractions AL
We’re more than world-changing history in Montgomery. Not only can you stand in the footsteps of heroes like Rosa Parks and Dr. King, but you can also taste the heart and soul of the south, find outdoor adventure on our riverfront and trails, and experience world-class arts and culture. Discover the perfect blend of charming southern town and vibrant new south city in Montgomery…
City of Montgomery, AL : Home
Montgomery is a city rich in history, yet clearly focused on the future. Montgomery grew to become the epicenter of the Civil Rights Movement. Today, we are more than just the capital of Alabama-we are the epitome of economic prosperity. We enjoy being the showplace for southern hospitality, beautiful weather, and high-tech jobs…
Montgomery, Alabama – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In addition to housing many Alabama government agencies, Montgomery has a large military presence, due to Maxwell Air Force Base; public universities Alabama State University, Troy University (Montgomery campus), and Auburn University at Montgomery; two private post-secondary institutions, Faulkner University and Huntingdon College; high-tech manufacturing, including Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama; and many cultural attractions, such as the Alabama Shakespeare Festival and the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts…
Montgomery Tourism: 63 Things to Do in Montgomery, AL | TripAdvisor
Old southern charm meets modern city allure in Montgomery, where the weather is sublime and the food is divine! Explore life in the 19th-century South at Old Alabama Town, sample the city’s artsy side at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts or spend the day reliving the era of Civil Rights. Literary buffs will be wowed by the Fitzgerald Museum, while kids will want to spend hours at the Montgomery Zoo…
Welcome to the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce …
It’s the birthplace of two world-changing events: the Civil War and the Civil Rights Movement, and it’s the state capital. It’s home to state and regional governments, the strategic center of our nation’s Air Force, the region’s first high-speed internet exchange, and an extensive industrial base that included Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama – Hyundai’s first manufacturing plant in the United States…
Montgomery’s Civil Heritage Trail: A History & Guide
On February 18, 1861, Jefferson Davis was inaugurated as president of the Confederate States of America on the Alabama Capitol steps. Those same steps marked the final destination of the Selma-Montgomery voting rights march on March 25, 1965. The telegram to fire on Fort Sumter originated from the Winter Building on Court Square on April 11, 1861. Just down the street, and a century later, Mrs. Rosa L. Parks refused to give up her seat, sparking the Montgomery Bus Boycott. | Learn more…
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