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    Mt. Judea is a scenic, friendly place to visit and live. Although it is a small unincorporated town, it has a big heart. For the most part it is off the beaten path and yet has several highways going through or near it. The junction of highway 123 and highway 74 is located at the edge of town.  Mount Judea has a US Post Office, a general store & gas station, a cafe, a clogging studio, a computer repair store, and a small rural school where the student to teacher ratio is so low that students get a lot of personal attention. The school is the major employer in the area and other businesses include farms, sawmills, and small, home-based businesses. If you are looking for a place to “get away from it all," Mt. Judea is it.
    In a valley surrounded by tall mountains, winding waterways, and forests, Mt. Judea has something for everyone. Residents are often seen riding their four wheelers or horses. In the summer they go to the creeks and Buffalo River to cool off in the water. Canoeing and fishing on the Buffalo is a favorite pastime for residents and vacationers. Those who are more adventurous go to the mountains to climb at either Sam’s Throne or Rock Gap. While hunting elk with a rifle is limited to a chosen few, hunting with a camera is open to everyone. Other wildlife that one might see in the area: whitetail deer, turkey, coyotes, bobcats, black bear and small game such as squirrel and raccoons, and don’t forget our national bird, the Bald Eagle.
   For those who like their privacy but also like to be among others, there are many activities in the area. For the children there are 4-H clubs, Girl Scouts, and sports. For the adults there are groups like the volunteer fire department, the fire department’s ladies' auxiliary, the Mt. Judea Area Alliance, several places of worship, Parent Teacher Partnership, and many opportunities to volunteer. 
Welcome to Mt. Judea
Ben’s Branch Church of Christ
Hc 32 Box 254
Mt. Judea, AR 72655
Minister: Loyd Dodson
Sunday School: 10 am
Worship: 11 am & 6 pm
Wednesday: 7 pm

Bass Church of Christ
Bass, AR 72655
Minister: Ed Beaulieu
Sunday School: 10 am
Worship: 11 am

Mt. Judea Church of Christ
P.O. Box 85
Mt. Judea, AR 72655
Minister: Mike Toland
Worship: 10 am & 10:50 am
Wednesday: 7 pm

Log Hall Church
Vendor, AR 72683
Sunday school 10 am
Worship: 11 am & 6 pm

Lick Creek Church
Mt. Judea, AR 72655
Pastor: Junior Campbell

Mt. Judea Church
P.O. Box 77
Mt. Judea, AR 72655
Pastor: Wesley Ricketts
Sunday worship 10 am & 6 pm

Mt. Judea Christian Center
P.O. Box 60
Mt. Judea, AR 72655
Pastors Gary and Nina Johnson
Sunday worship: 10 am
Thursday Bible Study: 7 pm
1st Tuesday every month is prayer and healing school 7 pm
870-434-5574 or 434-5568

Newton County Baptist Church
P.O. Box 55
Hasty AR 72640
Pastor: Rodney Stromlund
Sunday School 10 am
Worship: 11 am & 7 pm
Wednesday Awana Club 6:30 pm

New Bethlehem Church
Pastors: Kenneth R. Campbell
and Paul Martin
Mt. Judea, AR 72655
Worship: Saturday 7:30 pm

Piercetown Community Church
Sunday School: 10 am
Service 11 am & 6:30 pm
Wednesday 7 pm

Piercetown Holiness Church
Pastor: Bob Harmon
Sunday School 10 am
Worship: 11 am & 6 pm
Wednesday: 7:30 pm

House of Prayer
Teacher: Tom Flud
Tuesday 6:30 pm

Piercetown Youth Center
Pastor: Delmar Bolin
Saturday 7:30 pm

Big Creek Assembly of God
P.O. Box 117
Vendor, AR 72683
Preacher: Phillip Pittman
Sunday 10 am
Worship: 11 am & 6 pm
Wednesday 7:30 pm
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