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Religious worship is an integral part of the lives of the residents of Ozark and Dale County since the early 1800s. Many historic churches are still active today, including Claybank Church, built in 1852 – making it the oldest original church building standing today in the southern region.

With approximately 100 churches in Dale County, most of the leading denominations are represented here. Our churches, their ministries, programs and congregations play a vital role in the health and vibrancy of our city. They are more than religious centers – they are places for social, recreational, educational and community help programs. Some of these same churches provide excellent daycare and preschool services.

Many community activities are organized by local churches, bringing together residents from all walks of life. These churches also have multiple youth and children’s programs, which offer another form of recreation for young people.

The following churches support the Chamber of Commerce and our programs through their membership:

Bridlewood Chapel
3871 N. US Hwy. 231
(334) 774-4021

First United Methodist Church
167 E. Broad St.
(334) 774-2569

Glory To Him Church
6193 Andrews Ave.
(334) 774-7677

Harvest Freewill Baptist Church
1694 Deese Rd.
(334) 774-3706

Lively Stones Ministries Worship Center
187 Parker Hills Dr.
(334) 774-1039

Ozark Baptist Church
282 S. Union Ave.
(334) 774-9381

Ozark First Assembly of God
170 Country Club Dr.
(334) 774-4941

Ozark Presbyterian Church
187 S. East Ave.
(334) 774-5494

Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
2454 Andrews Ave.
(334) 774-6758

Ridgecrest Baptist Church
1971 Deese Rd.
(334) 774-5610

St. John Catholic Church
475 Camilla Ave.
(334) 774-6826

St Michael’s Episcopal Church
427 Camilla Ave.
(334) 774-2617

Westview Heights United Methodist Church
512 Camilla Ave.
(334) 774-8547

Please remember there are over 100 churches in Dale County, and each church will welcome you into their congregation.