How long has it been since you’ve been part of something that is truly making a difference in people’s lives, and where people are growing daily in their walk with God? Come experience the excitement of a healthy, growing church that follows the example of the early church found in the New Testament!

 We are a growing, healthy, vibrant body of believers. We have grown rapidly over the past five years both in size and new Christians! We are blessed to have a large group of young adults, children and teenagers in our church family. Part of the reason for this growth is that we offer fun and educational classes for children and teens every time we meet.

 We are also known in the community as a caring group of people, willing to help anyone in need. Whether you are looking for a place to learn about Jesus and his plan of salvation, or are looking to grow in Christ and be part of a loving church family, you’ll find it at the church of Christ at Liberty Hill.


9:00 AM Bible Classes for All Ages
10:00 AM Worship Service
6:00 PM Evening Worship Service

7:00 PM Bible Classes for All Ages


The church of Christ at Liberty Hill is a group of friendly people who share the desire to worship “in spirit and in truth” in a simple worship service according to the New Testament church. A typical service will last about 60 minutes.  Please plan to hang around after the service for fellowship and meeting new people.


You’ll see a wide variety of attire at our worship services. We ask you to dress modestly but outside of that it is more important to us that you are here than what you wear. We believe that the most important clothing you wear is internal (Colossians 3:12) – compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience. Most of the women here either will wear pants or a dress. Most of our men don’t wear suits, though some may.


There are no assigned seats. Feel free to sit anywhere you like. You will feel at ease in our services and will be our honored guest. We will ask you to fill out a card so that we can thank you for coming to be with us but there is no requirement.


We sing acapella – no choirs, no musical instruments – just pure vocals blending together in harmony, as we lift up our voices to the Lord. This is how the early church worshipped and we believe it is God’s wish for us today (Ephesians 5:19). The words to the songs are available on the screen in the front in case you are unfamiliar with the song.
As a group of believers, we offer our praise to God and encourage each other through singing without instrumental accompaniment (Ephesians 5:19; Colossians 3:16; 1 Corinthians 14:15; Hebrews 15:15; Philippians 4:6). Worried you can't sing or read music? No need to worry—God is listening to your heart.


There are usually several prayers offered each service. These prayers may address specific needs of the sick and those in need or may simply request God’s blessings. This is commanded of us in 2 Timothy 2:1-2, which says, “First of all, then, I urge that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and thanksgivings be made for all people, {2} for kings and all who are in high positions, that we may lead a peaceful and quiet life, godly and dignified in every way.”
Throughout the service, we use prayer to offer our praise to God, request His blessings, and offer thanks for His mercy, grace, and forgiveness. (Ephesians 5:20 and 6:18; Romans 12:12; 2 Corinthians 1:11)


You will notice that the preacher doesn’t have a title such as Pastor or Reverend. He will probably be referred to as brother, mister, or, just called by his first name. He won’t be wearing any ecclesiastical vestments (special robes), which set him apart. The reason for this is our belief in the priesthood of all believers. We affirm that all believers are equal in God’s sight. The sermon is the time when the “good news” of God’s love and Jesus’ redemptive life is proclaimed and applied to our lives today. We want our speakers to work hard at applying the Word to our lives today
Each Sunday, one of our ministers presents a Bible-based lesson that challenges us in our walk as followers of Christ. Through these sermons,  you can expect to be encouraged toward a more substantial faith and a more meaningful relationship with Jesus. There is also an invitation to request prayers from the congregation or commit (or recommit) your life to God. (James 5:16, Matthew 10:32-33, Luke 13:3; Acts 17:30, Acts 2:38; Romans 6:3-7; Acts 8:34-39; Mark 16:16)


At the close of the preaching, the preacher will extend an invitation. This is simply a time to invite those who are moved to do so to make a commitment or request prayer support. The preacher will encourage those who wish to “respond” to come to the front of the building, while the congregation sings a song. This is not a time to feel uncomfortable; no one will be singled out in anyway. There may be several who respond, or there may be none. Some may respond for baptism. Some may confess sins. Some may ask for prayer for a specific need. If anyone responds for baptism, you will witness the baptism during this service. The baptism will be by immersion and for the remission of sin.


If you visit us on a Sunday, you will witness us partaking of The Lord’s Supper, which we do every Sunday in accordance with Biblical teaching (Acts 20:7). This memorial meal is for the purpose of remembering Jesus’ sacrifice upon the cross. The unleavened bread symbolizes Jesus’ purity and physical suffering. The “fruit of the vine” (grape juice) symbolizes His shed blood upon the cross.
Before we partake of the Lord’s Supper various men will read a portion of Scripture to help direct our minds on the sacrifice of Jesus. We sit quietly and remember the great love shown for us on the cross while the memorial meal is passed to Christian in attendance.
As believers, we are commanded to remember the sacrifice Jesus made on the cross. Through the Lord's Supper, we honor what Jesus did so we can have the hope of salvation and ultimately a home in Heaven with Him someday. (Matthew 26:24-30; Acts 20:7; 1 Corinthians 11:23-29)


Typically, following the Lord’s Supper, each member of the congregation has the opportunity to give back to the Lord to meet the needs of the church (1 Corinthians 16:1-2). As a guest, you will not be expected to participate.
We provide a period where we reflect on God's blessings and give from those blessings to support the ongoing ministries the congregation is involved with worldwide. Our guests are not expected to participate, but if you choose to do so, we will be grateful. (1 Corinthians 16:1-2; 2 Corinthians 8 & 9)


During our worship service, we will take time to read from the Bible. These readings remind us that the Bible is inspired and written by God and instructs us on how to live a full and complete life in view of eternity. (2 Timothy 3:16-17) 

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