Liberty Baptist Church is an Independent Baptist Church
What is an Independent Baptist Church?
Liberty is an Independent Baptist Church that fellowships with every New Testament church, regardless of affiliation, if they believe the Bible and love the Lord Jesus Christ.
An Independent Church is free from all denominational controls or hierarchy. For example, we are self-governed; the congregation chooses its own pastor, the church owns its own buildings and assets, and the church determines its own programs.
What is the advantage of being an Independent Church?
1. It allows us to identify with other Christians around the world who are known for their commitment to Christ.
2. It allows us to prayerfully choose the missionaries and the institutions that we believe God would have us support with our prayers and financial support. In cooperation with otherBible believing churches of like faith and practice.
We are all a part of God's family. No matter where or what stage of life you are going through, the Liberty family will go through it with you. We have a wonderful hope in our daily lives because of what Jesus did for us by dying on the cross, so we would be allowed to enter into heaven some day. That doesn't prevent us from the ups and downs of life, but we know God is walking with us on our journey. NOW is the time to come to Liberty, you don't need to be perfect or know all the answers to enter God's doors, we'll take you as you are, and teach you about God's love.
It is our dream at Liberty that we all:
1) Attend Services Regularly
In (Hebrews 10:25) we read that we should not forsake “the assembling of ourselves together” That means we should regularly attend the weekly meeting of the church. At Liberty that means attending more than just the Sunday morning service.
2) Attend the Lord’s Supper
It’s Liberty’s custom to observe the Lord’s Supper once every quarter. In (I Cor. 11:27-28) “… Let a man examine himself, and so let him eat of that bread, and drink of that cup.” Members will check on the status of their relations with each other before taking the Lord’s Supper together.
3) Have a daily quiet time with God
In (II Timothy 2:15) it says “Study to show thyself approved unto God a workman that needs not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.”
4) Pray Regularly
Or, as Paul says, “without ceasing” (I Thess. 5:17) Liberty has a new prayer list each week with prayer request for you to take and pray for.
5) Give Regularly
Scripture is full of instructions about giving. For example, Solomon taught that we should, “Honor the Lord with your wealth, with the firstfruits of all your crops” (Prov. 3:9).