Here’s what to expect when you visit Liberty Baptist Church…

We are delighted to have you as a guest to our website and that your interest in our church has led you this far. By now you might be considering a personal visit, but you’re still a little unsure of what you can really expect once you arrive. Here’s a little information we hope will help answer some of those questions.

1. What’s here for my kids?

At every service there is a safe, clean, and staffed nursery for children three years old and under. For the infants, mothers will be asked to leave their cell phone on vibrate so that the nursery attendants can easily contact you if there is a need.

As we are able, we offer classes for all ages that are fun, friendly, and Bible-centered. These classes are staffed with friendly, and qualified teachers and helpers who will make church exciting and memorable for your child.

2. What’s a morning service like? Most adults first attend the worship service at 11:00 am where they enjoy a warm welcome, inspiring congregational music, and a message from God’s Word. The music begins the service and is always followed by a clear, helpful, and challenging Bible message from Pastor Gates. The entire service is a little over one hour in length. Of course, you are invited to arrive early for the Sunday School hour at 10:00 am and then stay late to enjoy fellowship  with friends.

3. How should I dress? There is not a dress code at Liberty Baptist Church for members or guests. We will be delighted to have you as our guest and are happy to receive you however you may be dressed. Our ministry leaders and many of our church family dress in more traditional “Sunday attire”. We promote the idea that church is where we meet and worship the Lord, so you will find others here dressed with this thought in mind.

4. Are there services at other times?

Yes. We have a Sunday evening service (completely different from Sunday morning) that begins at 6:00 p.m.

We also meet on Thursday evenings at 7:00 p.m. for a mid-week Bible study. If you can’t be our guest on Sunday morning, we hope you’ll visit with us during this time.

5. Am I expected to participate in the offering?

No. We don’t invite you to Liberty Baptist Church for your offering. We want our service to be a gift to you. We hope you will find in this place a family of friends, truth from God’s Word, and a place where you can grow in God’s grace. Please don’t feel any obligation to participate in the offering as a guest.