5441 Simpson Hwy, 28W
Magee, MS 39111
Phone: (601) 849-2300
Fax: (601) 849-2323
5441 Simpson Hwy, 28W, Magee, MS, US, 39111
- Phone: (601) 849-2300
- Fax: (601) 849-2323
Downtown Bay Springs is perhaps the most-visited area in the city of Bay Springs which attracts scores of visitors each year for its unique culture. This area serves as a great backdrop for community events, National Holidays and festive celebrations.
Offers baseball, soccer, and tennis facilities and organizations.
This interdenominational is located on the U.S. Highway 84 in Laurel. Life Church is set in a modern a two storey building and features a media room, nursery, a cafe, offices, classrooms and open gathering areas. Their beautifully designed sanctuary is equipped with state-of-the-art sound and lighting system and has a large stage, video screen, and can seat up to 1300 people. They have a separate children's and youth pastor who lead these youngsters in worship and bible study. The Kidzlife is parallel to the Sunday service while Xtreme Life is held during the week.
Featuring 145 acres with 6 soccer fields, 2 adult softball fields, and an interpretive nature trail, this sportsplex has something for everyone.
Also known as Thompson Field, this international airport has been in operation since 1928. Featuring a pair of 8,500-foot runways, the airport has enables convenient access to a broad schedule of flights. More than 50 daily departures are handled by eight main carriers.
Wooten Field features 3 youth baseball fields, 2 softball fields, batting cages and a large pavilion.
Thi 40 acre park has benches, picnic tables, BBQ pits, playground equipment and 1/4 mile walking track.
With 18 acres this park features benches, tables, BBQ pits, playground equipment, 5 tennis courts, and a 1/8 mile walking track.
America's only express train serving destinations nationwide.
This park offers 7 acres with benches, tables, BBQ pits, playground equipment, 3 baseball fields, 2 tennis courts and public restrooms.
Organized in Jackson in 1846, the first Catholic Church was burned by General William Tecumseh Sherman in 1863. A second structure suffered a similar fate; the current cathedral was begun in 1897 and dedicated three years later. As the seat of the archdiocese, St. Peter's is home to the area's Catholic bishop and serves as general headquarters for Catholics in the state. Daily and weekly masses are held, with confessional services taking place every Saturday.
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