What to expect when visiting…
Welcome to Liberty Baptist Church! We’re excited that you’re thinking about joining us for worship. We know that visiting a new church can be daunting, so we would like to make your visit as welcoming as possible. Below are answers to some common questions. If you have more questions, please email our pastor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where should I park?
There is gravel parking on either side of the church. There is no wrong place to park. There are handicapped places on either side of the church.
Where are the church entrances?
The best entrance on Sunday morning are the front doors of the sanctuary, the building on the left side of the church. A ramp is available for use if needed.
What SHould I wear?
Wear whatever makes you feel comfortable. On any given Sunday you will find people wearing anything from jeans to suits and everything in between. We gather together to worship and fellowship, and we can do that no matter what type of clothes you’re wearing. You are welcome no matter how you dress.
When do you gather for worship & Bible study?
We gather for Sunday School at 10:00am and worship begins in the sanctuary at 11:00am. The service is usually finished no later than 12:00pm.
Bible study currently meets Tuesday mornings at 10:00am. We are looking to restart an evening Bible study this fall.
What can I expect worship to be like at Liberty?
Our worship service can be best described as traditional. We sing hymns and the doxology, we pray the Lord’s prayer together, and the sermons (no more than 20-25 minutes or so) we hear are based on the revised common lectionary. Each service also features special music offered by our congregation.
As we move into 2019, we are becoming more participatory in worship, with our congregation taking more of an active part in reading Scripture or offering prayers. Sometimes you’ll see our children and youth participate in worship as well.
What do you have for my children?
Sunday School is offered for children at 10:00am. During worship we offer a children’s sermon as well as a children’s bulletin for children in elementary school and younger. Shortly before the sermon, children are given the opportunity to leave the service for a special children’s time.
New this year, we formed a Children & Youth Ministry Team to look at ways to expand ministry opportunities for our youngest congregants. We are excited to prayerfully consider new ministry opportunities for our youngest congregants.