The Liberty Church of Christ is a family of warm, caring Christian people encouraging one another to follow Jesus Christ. Our aim is not perfection, but redemption -- lives redeemed by the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross. You will find a friendly heart of service as we try to put into practice the things we believe. And you will find folks who love to praise God in worship.
The Liberty Church of Christ exists to encourage and support a commitment to Christ through our worship, education, and various ministries with the intent of leading people into a deeper relationship with our Lord Jesus Christ. We are committed to making Jesus Christ top priority in our lives, through word and deed.
When you walk in our door, you will be greeted by people who love each other and who will also love you. As a small-town congregation, you will find a mixture of ages and ethnicities. In our Bible classes you will be an active part of studies that emphasize Bible books, chapters and verses and that emphasize relevant topics.
In our worship you will be involved in your spirit and in your understanding also (I Cor. 14:15). You will hear sermons like "Jesus in the Old Testament," "The Work of the Holy Spirit," "Choices: When you are down," and "Christianity: Tried and Found Difficult." You will not hear sermons that replace God's word with experimental philosophy, contemporary
psychology, or theories from non-Christian sources. You will be drawn into conversations about you, your family, and your place in the Liberty Church of Christ.
In our efforts like the Food Bank, Free Fall Festival, and Vacation Bible School, you will find many opportunities to become busily involved. In our efforts like Brothers Keepers, Ladies Bible Class, and youth activities, you will find that we are concerned about individuals and individual needs. In our efforts like Food Bank, support for international missions, and programs to visit members and visitors, you will find that we are concerned about people and souls.
You will find that our leadership is stable and that our traditions are as biblical as they are engaging and effective.