Victory Baptist Church 4414 Highway 166, Douglasville, GA30135 Victory Baptist Church is a small Southern Baptist Church conveniently located near the Douglas County and Fulton County…More line. The church has a small cemetery behind it, as well as a playground on-site and plenty of parking. The pastor is James Cook and there are both morning and evening services offered on Sunday. On Wednesdays, the church offers Bible Study, youth activities and "Share, Prayer and Care Time."
Church of Christ 7223 S Sweetwater Rd, Lithia Springs, GA30122 The Lithia Springs Church of Christ is lead by Pastor Larry Acuff. The Church's congregation is active in missionary…More work and has a strong youth program. See the Church's website for a calendar of upcoming events.
Dominion House 1445 Municipal Pky, Douglasville, GA30134 Dominion House is a Christian Ministries organization in Douglasville. It offers worship services throughout the…More week and hosts programs and activities for all age groups from seniors to youth. It is located across the tracks on Municipal Parkway.
Lutheran Church of The Good Shepherd 3099 Chapel Hill Rd, Douglasville, GA30135 Located on Chapel Hill Road, just south of I-20 and right next to the Chapel Hills neighborhood, Lutheran Church of The…More Good Shepherd is a family-oriented worship facility and church. As a member of the Douglasville community since 1993, LCGS strives to offer opportunities for adults and children alike. Offering two Sunday morning worship services, LCGS also offers weekly youth and children activities, study groups and outreach ministries.
Douglas County Boys & Girls Club 8828 Gurley Rd, Douglasville, GA30134 Located right up the street from Hunter Park, the Douglas County Boys & Girls Club offers children programs and…More services, preparing them to become productive adults. Youth development activities include character and leadership development; education and career development; health and life skills; arts and cultural enrichment and sports, fitness and recreation. Steve Hord is the current executive director and Stephanie Parker is the program director.