Journey with us

Our goal at Liberty Baptist is to supply you with guidance to propel you along your spiritual pathway to maturity in Christ.  With your church family beside you each step of the way, you will have everything you need for spiritual growth!


Our Church Family

What is a member?

The word member in Scripture is the greek word melos, literally translated body part. The Bible uses the metaphor of a body to describe the church (1 Corinthians 12:12). It's a beautiful illustration of how we're each created to serve different functions in the local church.

Members vs. Guests

We make a distinction between members and guests. Being a guest is an important season. Like the name suggests, it's a season where we welcome you into our home and we get to know each other.  However, without eventually making a commitment to a local church through membership, guests  become consumers that, to a certain extent, remain  separated from our church family, and separated from the maturity, protection, accountability, and care that comes with being an active part of the church.

Why should I become a member?

The local church isn’t like Netflix or a country club -  membership isn't about 'the perks'. By identifying ourselves with a particular church, we let the pastor and other members of that local church know that we are their responsiblity. We assure the church of our commitment to Christ in serving, giving, encouraging, and praying for one another.

How do I join?

The first step in the process is to attend a "Next Steps" meeting.  These meetings are lead  by one of our deacons and will give you an understanding of who we are, who we are not, what we do, and where we're heading.  You'll discover ways to worship God, connect with others, grow spiritually, and serve helpfully.
We welcome the opportunity to add to our wonderful church family!

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"For as the body is one, and hath many members, and all the members of that one body, being many, are one body: so also is Christ." - 1 Corinthians 12:12