HomeMapCalendarPhotosLinksICG web sites


Huntsville/Madison County Convention and Visitor's Bureau

Welcome to the Huntsville, Alabama Church
Intercontinental Church of God

Huntsville Profile
The high-tech city of Huntsville which sprawls at the foot of a mountain in North Alabama is equally at home in the 19th century or the 21st. Huntsville's tourist attractions reflect the heritage of Alabama's first English-speaking city, the strife of the American Civil War, and the accomplishments of America's rocket scientists.

Huntsville/Madison County Convention and Visitor's Bureau

Church Address:

Beit Midrash 3414, Blue Spring Rd., Huntsville, AL 35810
see map

Huntsville's population truly reflects international cultures. Of the 180,000 city residents, more than 10 percent are natives of other countries. More than 100 languages and dialects are spoken here. In addition to the German rocket scientists who arrived in 1950, for example, Huntsville is home to the first U.S. plant built by Korea's largest corporation. Several Japanese-owned companies operate manufacturing plants here. Scores of foreign national flags ring the roof of the headquarters of an international computer manufacturing firm headquartered in Huntsville. Huntsville's visitor attractions offer a wealth of activities for the native and international visitor alike.

Visitors who want to be "astronauts for a day" can sample astronaut training activities at the sprawling U.S. Space and Rocket Center. The hands-on showcase of space technology is the state's largest tourist attraction. It is home to the internationally known U.S. Space Camp which has franchise operations in Japan, Belgium and Canada. A variety of city museums downtown and an outstanding symphony orchestra offer rich cultural opportunities involving the arts. The legendary Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, which encompasses 21 courses in eight cities in Alabama, begins here at the 54-hole Hampton Cove Golf Course. Hampton Cove features two championship courses surrounded by mountains and lakes. Alabama now ranks fifth in the nation for public golf courses per resident.

Huntsville/Madison County Convention and Visitor's Bureau

Sabbath Services

Beit Midrass (ICG) 3414, Blue Spring Rd
Huntsville Al 35810


Richard Montgomery, Minister  richandtea@gmail.com