Frequently Asked Questions

What to Expect on A Sunday Morning at Liberty AG
What time does the service begin?

Service begins at 10:30 am each and every Sunday. Many people like to arrive about 15-20 minutes early and grab a cup of coffee, take a few minutes to get their kids settled and then make their way to the Worship Center.

Are there classes for my Kids?

YES! There are age appropriate classes for children from birth-5th grade. These classes are led by incredible volunteers who have been background checked and trained to work with your children.

How do I get my kids settled before service?

When you arrive for service on Sunday morning you will find a LibertyKids Check In Desk. This is where we make sure that we have all of the necessary information to provide the best care for your child. Each parent will receive a computer generated child tag that you will need to hold on to in order to confirm permission to remove the child from their classroom.

What should I wear?

We don't worry too much about how people dress, but since you asked... Our pastors and leaders typically dress in jeans and collared shirts. Most of our church dresses this way too.

What is the service Like?

Our services typically last 75 minutes. Each service begins with live music followed by a Bible-centered message. We then take a few minutes to reflect on what we've just heard and allow time for people to respond at the end of the service if they would like prayer or just time to connect with God. Following this time we receive our offering, share some next steps that we can take, then we dismiss with a prayer.

If you'd like to view one of our services to get a feel for what it is like click here to view our YouTube channel with the latest services on demand.

What is the next step?

If you've never attended Liberty Assembly before, we would love to have you join us for our worship service. Click below to plan your first visit.

If you have been to our service already then your next step would be to attend a  Welcome 2 Liberty Lunch with our pastor and his wife. Click below to find out more.