April 21, 1996

  • 253 people met to worship at Faulkner State Community College in Fairhope, AL

April 28, 1996

  • Met at FSCC and organized Jubilee Baptist Church. Dr. Mack Morris was called as pastor and Dick Robertson as minister of music.

June 9, 1996

  • Jubilee moved to a warehouse on Stanton Road in Daphne, after meeting during May at the Eastern Shore Movie Cinema.

October 6, 1996

  • "Miracle Day" offering to purchase land for a new building totaled $61,650.

October 1996

  • Purchased 15 acres of land on Pleasant Road in Daphne.

October 27, 1996

  • First worship service on Pleasant Road property-deacons erected a cross.

August 1998

  • Moved into new 24,000 square ft. multi-purpose building with 500 seat worship center, education space, and office suite.

June 17, 2001

  • Paul Matthews called as pastor to begin his ministry at Jubilee on July 8.

October 14, 2001

  • Dedication of new 13,000 square ft. education building providing space for 24 classrooms, youth area, and library.

April 3, 2002

  • Easter Sunday - 2 services - total attendance 512-highest attendance yet.

January 2003

  • Jubilee begins 2 Sunday morning worship services due to lack of space.

December 11, 2005

  • Moved into new 27,000 square ft. multi-purpose worship center which provides worship space for 800, a gymnasium, commercial kitchen, youth area for 175, and office space.

April 16, 2006

  • Largest worship attendance in church history (to date) - 1,031 in two worship services on Easter. 

April 30, 2006

  • Jubilee celebrates 10 years of God's blessings.

March 23, 2008

  • Largest worship attendance in church history (to date) - 1,108 in two worship services on Easter.

April, 2009

  • Joe Stringer called as Youth Pastor.

January, 2010

  • John Saxon called as Children's Pastor.

July 22, 2012

  • Joe Howell called as Worship Pastor.

August 5, 2012

  • KIDZ Church begins being held in both morning worship services due to growth.

August 16, 2012

  • God's Living Sea MDOP moves to "Extended Day" hours.