We’re so glad you’ve decided to check out Liberty Christian Fellowship! You’ll find a list of commonly asked questions below

We hope you’ll join us soon. If you would like us to help plan your visit, please click the button below and fill out the form so we can make sure you and your family have a great Sunday at LCF. We encourage you to come 20 minutes early so that we can get your kids checked into Kids Point if you wish. We will also tour the Kids Point area for families with age appropriate kids. Our Engagement Team would love to welcome you as well and help you feel right at home in our church body. We will have coffee and snacks for you in our Welcome Center.

Visiting this Sunday? Take a second and fill out our guest visitor form so we can make your first visit a great.


Frequently Asked Questions:

How do I get there?

Liberty Christian Fellowship is located just south of Liberty high school.  You can find detailed schedule information and directions here. As the city of Liberty undergoes a summer of construction with the new hwy 152 bridge, LCF is easily accessible from the north (hwy 291) and from the south (S. Liberty Dr.).

Where should I park?

Our campus has entrances into the parking lot on the Northside of our building off of W. Liberty Dr  as well as two more on the Southside of our building off of S. Liberty Dr. The main entrance into our lobby and sanctuary are located on the Eastside of the building and marked as the Main Entrance.  

Where do I go?

When you arrive, if you have children, ages 3 months to 5th grade,  to check in please visit our Kids Point welcome desk located in the lobby.  All guest are encouraged when you arrive to stop by our Commons area, our LCF Engagement Team is eager to welcome you and allow us the opportunity to show you around the campus, answer any questions you have, and serve you and your family in a way that meets your needs. We’re here to serve you, and we will be so glad to have you as our guest at LCF!  Be sure to pick up a “LCF Welcome Packet” booklet when you arrive at our campus as well; it’ll provide you with an overview of who we are as a church..

Where do my kids go?

All children ages fifth grade and younger check-in with a secure sticker system; the check-in process is quick and easy, and you’re given a secure code where only you can pick them up. In addition, all teachers and caregivers undergo a thorough background check before they’re allowed to serve with children. Your kids are safe at LCF!

What should I wear?

LCF has a “come as you are” atmosphere. You will see some dressed up, some dressed casually. We have no expectations for attire.

What is a Sunday service like?

Our Sunday services offer powerful live worship and Biblical teaching that is relevant to everyday life. Take a look through our message archives to get a feel for what a service is like. Each service lasts about an hour and fifteen minutes.



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Bible-based Beliefs and Teaching

Our members tell us the top reason they attend and serve at LCF is because we preach and teach the truth of the Bible in an expository manner. Our commitment to this is unwavering. Lead Pastor Tim Fritson, and a team of gifted teachers goal is to challenge listeners to hear and apply scripture as the inspired, inerrant, infallible Word of God.


Commitment to Community

We want you to invest into the community of believers at LCF. We are not meant to live in isolation. Whether that is a discipleship relationship or a small group, we believe it is vital to your spiritual walk to be invested in community with other people.


Lifestyles of Evangelism

We want everyone at LCF to be equipped to share their faith with the people God has placed around them.  If you would like to sharpen your evangelism tools, we encourage you to take our No Place Left Training!


Culture of Discipleship

A disciple is a follower of Jesus Christ who lives in biblical community and is committed to becoming more like Him through obeying, serving and sharing Jesus. Our desire is that each LCF member would become a disciple who makes more disciples.  You can learn more about the culture of discipleship at LCF here.


To learn more about who we are, what we believe and what your next steps could be in getting connected to our church body, click here.