Plan Your Visit

Plan Your Visit

Let us know you’re coming and we will be at the front door to greet you.

We are located atĀ 2401 Jefferson Drive, Liberty, TX 77575. Our Sunday morning worship service begins at 11:00 am. Feel free to check out our FAQ section below if you have questions, or findĀ more info here. We look forward to seeing you Sunday morning!

Where do I go?

If you are joining us for worship for the first time, please use the main entrance (Jefferson Drive). If you’re coming for Bible study for the first time, the side entrance on the parking lot may be more convenient. Let us know you’re coming and we’ll be sure and have someone there to welcome you and show you around.

Where do I park?

For your convenience, we have guest parking available. These spots are marked for guests and immediately face the sanctuary building.

What should I wear?

You will find a variety of dress in our worship. Our pastor generally wears a suit or jacket and tie, and some of the men do as well. Others will be dressed business casual, while still others may be in jeans. Our desire is that you dress comfortably without stressing over whether you need to be in your “Sunday best.” However, we do ask that you dress in a way that is appropriate and respectful of worship before God.

Is childcare available?

Yes, we do have childcare available for children up through age 3 during all services. Children 4 years through 2nd grade join us for part of the worship service, and are then invited to explore worship together in Children’s Church. We also have a sitting room adjacent to the sanctuary if needed.

What is the pastor’s preaching style?

Our pastor employs an expository style of preaching which is aimed at presenting what the biblical text says and its application to today’s audience. At times he may preach through a book of the Bible, or part of a book. Other times he may preach topical or themed series. Either way, though, his sincere desire is to present the meaning and message of the Word of God in its truth in such a way that it may affect our everyday lives.

What is the music style like?

Our music minister does a masterful job of blending music as he leads us in approaching God in worship. We sing a mix of praise songs and hymns, both traditional and contemporary. Some services may lean more to one or the other while others may be mixed more evenly. We recognize that music in worship is at once a testimony of our faith to one another and an offering of praise unto God.

Is there an offering taken up?

We believe that giving back to the Lord is in itself an act of worship as we recognize his care and provision in our daily lives. While we do receive an offering as an opportunity for our members and regular attenders to take part in this worship, we don’t place an expectation on our guests to contribute.