New Life in Christ
Discovering Joy In Community 
Our Mission:
“Liberty’s Mission is To Lead People to New Life in Jesus Christ & Together Discover the Joy of…COMMUNITY MINISTRY GENEROSITY FAMILY.”
What are Life Groups?
Life Groups are gatherings of small groups of people (10-15) who are looking to grow in their walk with Christ and build relationships with others. Our goal at Liberty is to help you build community with other people who are in similar stages of life and to provide encouragement, relevant answers to life’s questions, and real friendships. This is where you will form relationships and be challenged to grow spiritually. These are the people who hold you up and challenge you in your walk with Christ. 
How do Life Groups work at Liberty?
On-going Life Groups meet in homes or on our campus at various times and places throughout the week. Some offer childcare while others do not. Short-term Life Groups (6-8 weeks) meet on campus and are geared toward marriage, conversations about Christianity, parenting, and finances. Childcare is provided for these short-term groups. On-going Life Groups meet year-round with some variations during Thanksgiving/Christmas and in the Summer. Short-term groups are scheduled primarily in the Fall, Winter, and Spring. Some other opportunities to connect in a Life Group setting include Liberty MOMS and short-term Women’s Bible study groups offered by our Ladies Ministry team.    
When can I sign Up?
You can sign up for an ongoing Life Group at anytime throughout the semester. For on-going Life Groups, look at our existing Life Groups by clicking the “Find a Life Group” button above or Life Groups can be found on the Church Center app under “Groups.” Short-term group options are found under our “Events” and “Get Connected/Ministries” tabs on the homepage of the website and rotate periodically. For additional questions, please contact Pastor Bryan Brown. 
Interested in Leading a Group?
We use the model H.O.S.T. We simply ask that people have a Heart for God, Open home, can Serve a snack, and Thoughtfully guide discussion in a group setting. You don’t have to be a Bible Scholar! You may have some questions about how to lead a group. Everyone who wants to be a group leader will receive training. We look forward to equipping and providing you resources to develop you. Interested in leading a group? Please contact Pastor Bryan Brown.