Wilson Assembly of God

 Pastors Dustin and Amanda Wright

With daughters Hannah and Esther

 Welcome to Wilson Assembly of God Website.

Our mission here is to love people while sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ.

\We are an active and growing church that cares for all people.

We are currently striving to offer a balance in ministries, programs, and activities for every age group, with an emphasis on children and youth.

We desire to reach out to the entire community as we spread the gospel message, both at home and around the world.

We invite you and your family to come and be part of the Church family; to help us grow; and to win many into the Kingdom of God.

                  If we can be of assistance in any way, please call us.

 828 US Highway 70A
Wilson, OK 73463
(580) 668-2165

assemblyofgod@sbcglobal.net







AG.org News & Information

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    Randy Thompson, a U.S. missionary with Assemblies of God Missionary Church Planters and Developers, has been fulfilling his calling to reach tween children (ages 8-12). This year he took his ministry to the airwaves, launching the 'Tween You and Me television series, with broadcasting available to 60 million homes.

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    Southeastern University's (AG) board recently unanimously approved plans for at least a $25 million expansion that will feature three new buildings, a track and field area, and a parking garage.

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