1100 Hwy 78 E
Jasper, AL 35501
Phone: (205) 387-7710
Fax: (205) 387-7703
Faith Chapel Christian Center started off from humble beginnings to a fast-growing congregation in number and spirituality. This non-denominational church occupies a landmark monolithic dome, one of the largest structures of its kind in the world. Dynamic pastors organize services and ministries for all ages and interests. The complex is also home to a bowling alley, fitness center, dinner theater, and other recreational activities.
Located in Ensley, Mount Ararat Baptist Church is a historic landmark in town. It was established in 1958 and is a feature on the National Register of Historic Places. The church building exemplifies the Gothic Revival style of architecture and hosts engaging worship, services and ministries in the sanctuary.
Formerly known as Boston, Brilliant was named so in 1957, after the Brilliant Coal Company. Dating back to the late 1800s, the town was founded for the smooth functioning of the adjoining coal mining industry of Marion County. Located at the foothills of the Northwest Alabama mountain range, this historic town houses several tourist attractions and it also offers varied adventure activities. The annual Coal Fest held in the month of May highlights the historic as well as cultural elements of Briliant.
Located in Collegeville, Shady Grove Baptist Church is a historic landmark in Birmingham. Established in 1958, it has been committed to a Christ-centered and Bible-based worship, alongside community outreach. The church building is featured on the National Register of Historic Places.
Fair Park Arena is home to the Birmingham Magicians and this 6000 seater multi-purpose arena hosts not only sporting events but also concerts and exhibitions. Most noted is The Greater Alabama Fall Fair and Festival that is held here. The facility is well-equipped and has all the latest amenities. The seating arrangements are comfortable, so don't forget to miss the action at this arena the next time Birmingham Magicians play here.
Helping the needy and spreading the virtues of Jesus are the main objectives of the 'Sardis Missionary Baptist Church'. It believes in overall development and growth so along with the regular sermons, it also organizes varied activities. The mime and dance meets explore the arty side, while the Basket ball League inculcates sportsmanship. Special health seminars are held for senior citizens. The church strikes a chord with one and all in the community.
Bill Battle Coliseum, in the campus of Birmingham Southern College is an arena with a capacity of 2000 seats. Home of the college's Panthers basketball team, this arena is named after Bill Battle Jr., the athletic director of Birmingham Southern College. Apart from the sports events it can also be used for conferences and concerts. The Coliseum is a part of Edward L. Norton United Methodist Center and has various facilities from ample parking space to locker rooms for visitors. The coliseum is connected via an underground tunnel to the adjacent Striplin Sports Centre.
Located in East Thomas, First Baptist Church is a vibrant Christian congregation. Established in 1939, it plays an active role in the community's spiritual growth and development. It organizes engaging services and ministries with a focus on the teachings of Jesus Christ. This landmark structure features on the National Register of Historic Places.
Bethel Baptist Church was first organised in 1907 under the leadership of Reverend P. M. Johnson. A man of vision, he then built the church edifice in 1926. The church became the center for the Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights for 5 years in 1956 and was later an active member of the Civil Rights Movement, taking legal action against all kinds of racial discrimination that it witnessed. It also played a crucial role in the 1961 freedom ride. The church was declared a National Historic Landmark in 2005. Today, the church runs an active congregation with various cultural and religious events that cater to its community.
St. Luke AME Church is an African Methodist Episcopal Church located a short distance north of the city center. It was established in the early 1900s with the construction of the church building being completed in 1926. It holds engaging worship and services, and played a significant role in the Civil Rights Movement. This historic landmark is featured on the National Register of Historic Places.
First Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church is a vibrant congregation in Birmingham. Established in 1963, it organizes Christ-centered, Bible-based worship as well as ministry opportunities. The Dawson family are dynamic pastors that lead by example and also hold Bible studies and social events. The church building is a historic landmark that features on the National Register of Historic Places.
With seating for over 19,000, the BJCC Arena is nothing short of impressive. The arena has an open-beam ceiling, making it an ideal venue for major events like the Southeastern Conference, Sunbelt Conference and NCAA's Mens' Football Tournament. Top artists hold concerts at this arena, and events like the Barnum & Bailey Circus have even made cameos here. Home to the Birmingham Steeldogs, the BJCC Arena is equipped with lighting, sound, scoreboard, video production and telecommunication facilities.