We will not have in-person gatherings

until at least wednesday, november 18th.

There will be no children or student ministries or praise teams, and we will have messages streaming live during our scheduled service times. 


Our hope and prayer right now is to be back in person for Family Wednesday on November 18th.


This is the online schedule for the next few services:

  • Sunday, November 8th - Online message by Rev. Bill Foster at 10am.
  • Wednesday, November 11th - Online message by Evangelist Ryan Neer at 7pm
  • Sunday, November 15th - Online message by Rev. Bill Foster at 10am. 
  • Wednesday, November 18th - Prayerfully we will be back in person for Family Wednesday. 

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IF YOU COULD IMPROVE ONE THING IN YOUR LIFE, WHAT WOULD IT BE?

Every Sunday God is doing amazing things that bring hope to hopeless situations in our community. 


What if He could bring hope to YOUR situation?


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OUR SERVICES:

WHEN & WHERE


The church building is located in Liberty, Missouri on Nashua Road near the water tower. We're right next door to Lewis & Clark Elementary School (and they're kind enough to let us use the school parking lot when our lot fills up).  There is plenty of accessible seating and, so if you have any special needs - don't worry! 


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Location:

1315 Nashua Rd. 

Liberty, MO 64068

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Service Times:

Sunday Mornings - 10:00am

Wednesday Nights - 7:00pm



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Wednesday services last about an hour, and Sundays are a little longer but still under two hours from start to finish. 

We offer something for children and students every time we gather. 

SUNDAYS AT 10:00AM  -or-  WEDNESDAY NIGHT "PRINCIPLES FOR LIFE" AT 7:00PM

  • Transparent people. 
  • Multicultural. 
  • Live worship team. 
  • Children & Student Ministries. 
  • The presence and Spirit of God. 
  • People in pursuit of a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ. 


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Our Mission:

Experience Hope  |  Offer hope.

The New Testament church was built on people experiencing the hope of salvation and then turning and offering that newfound hope to someone else. Oftentimes the Bible calls this "discipleship."  We feel like the church is people and not just a building, and whenever someone interacts with the people of God they should always feel hope. Not a temporary hope like a sports team winning or that we get hired for a job, but an eternal hope that no matter what we are going through we can rest assured that God sees us and knows exactly where we are. Our church exists as a place and people through which someone can Experience Hope, and then turn and Offer Hope to someone else through the power of God's Spirit.



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