Welcome to First Assembly of God in Robertsdale22811 Holland Street/P.O. Box 914Robertsdale, AL 36567Church (251) 947-5890 Fax (251) 947-4418Email: firstname.lastname@example.org://www.firstassemblyrobertsdale.org/
The mission of Robertsdale First Assembly of God is to evangelize the lost, worship God and disciple believers.To accomplish these goals our desire is to provide a place where families and friends are accepted, helped and encouragedto fulfill the needs of their lives through opportunities to worship, Christian education, activities and small groups.
We welcome and invite you to a place where RACE, COLOR AND SOCIAL STATUS do not matter.
They do not matter to JESUS or to US. HE LOVES EVERYONE JUST THE SAME AND SO DO WE.
We trust that you will find our church a welcoming place in which people love God and love one another.
We invite you to join us as we worship God and fellowship with our family of believers.
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