” A wonderful worship experience! The congregation is very warm and welcoming.” Chrystal Searcy
“We had been looking for a church that provided something meaningful and uplifting. SO… if you happen to be looking for a church where your spirit can get excited…. the word of GOD is preached line for line with explanation that rivals nowhere else….an understanding taught like nothing I have experienced in the past 10 to 15 years…… This is the place to visit.” Robert Falls
What’s Sunday Like?
The thought of visiting a church for the first time can be intimidating. All of us were visitors at one point so we know that it’s much easier to enter a new place when you know what to expect. At Liberty Baptist Church, you will find a warm and friendly atmosphere, uplifting music, and thought provoking Bible teaching and preaching. Click here to experience a typical Liberty Worship Service.
We hope you will find the following information helpful:
When are worship services held?
There are three services every Sunday at Liberty. The 8:30 AM service is a Family Service where adults and children worship together. After the music portion of the 11:00 AM service kids get to attend “Children’s Church” in the Family Life Center (more details are provided below) We encourage you to return at 6:30 PM for a less formal, but no less meaningful worship experience. Wednesday evenings at 6:30 PM feature an adult Bible Study in the Sanctuary while school age children and youth participate in age-appropriate activities in the Family Life Center.
What is Sunday School?
At Liberty Baptist Church we believe that the purpose for Sunday School Connection Groups is to edify and equip the saints through fellowship, teaching and service together. (9:45 to 10:40 AM every Sunday morning)
What should I wear?
There is no dress code for our members or our guests. Pastor Mack Tester and many of our church families dress in more traditional “Sunday” dress; however, our main goal is that you would feel welcome and comfortable on your visit here at Liberty.
What are your services like?
Liberty has two Sunday morning worship services (8:30 & 11:00 am) with a Sunday School hour in between. Each worship service typically lasts between 75 and 90 minutes and includes a 30-40 minute exposition of Scripture. While we follow a traditional style, our services are not ultra-formal. You will find a warm family atmosphere, spirited congregational singing, uplifting choir specials, gifted soloists and a practical biblical message from Pastor Mack Tester.
Will I have to stand up in front of people?
Though Pastor Tester does welcome our guests at every service, he will not single you out or make you feel uncomfortable. However, you can expect to be noticed by our church family and warmly welcomed to our worship service. We want you to feel loved and “at home”.
One of our ushers will be happy to give you a special “Liberty Welcome Gift Bag” We would like a record of your visit and ask that you fill out a “Visitor’s Card” and place in the offering plate when it passes. or leave it behind in your seat when you exit the service.
Not only do we hope you will come again but we also hope you are inspired to share the love of Christ where you live, work and play!
Do I need to give in the offering?
No. We don’t ask you to put anything in the offering plate except the visitor’s card. We want our service to be a gift to you. We hope you will find in this place a warm family spirit, the truth from God’s Word, and a place where you can grow in God’s grace. As our guest, please don’t feel any obligation to participate in the offering.
Do you provide childcare during any of your services?
Yes. We offer safe, clean, and compassionate nursery care during every service for children ages 0-3 so that you, and others, can enjoy the service without distraction.
Where do my school-age children go?
What about my teenagers?
If there’s something we missed on this list, just give us a call, or ask someone when you arrive. Whether you’re new to the area and looking for a church home, or if it’s been a long time since you’ve attended church at all, we hope your first visit to Liberty will be refreshing and encouraging! We are looking forward to meeting you personally. Let us know how we can serve you better. We hope to meet you this Sunday!