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Sunday Night
Throughout the year, small group studies are offered on Sunday nights to provide an environment more conducive to spiritual growth and building community. Nursery is provided for newborns and toddlers.
Celebrate Recovery
Celebrate Recovery is designed as a program to help those struggling with hurts, habits and hang-ups by showing them the loving power of Jesus Christ through a recovery process.
New Liberty offers men several opportunities every week to get together to pray and build friendships, such as the Men's Prayer Breakfast 6:30AM every Monday morning and the Men's Fellowship at 6:00PM every Monday evening.
New Liberty hosts several women's ministries that exist for the purposes of helping women grow in their faith through Bible study, building relationships among women to create a network of support for life's difficult challenges, and showing the love of Christ by serving the community and supporting missions.
Financial Peace University
Once a year, New Liberty offers Financial Peace University. This small group study is perfect for you if you are struggling to make ends meet, are drowning in debt, or simply want pointers on how to be more fiscally responsible.
Sunday School
A major opportunity for spiritual growth is New Liberty's Sunday School. New Liberty offers a wide variety of Bible studies every Sunday morning at 9:00AM which meet all across the campus. There is a small group Bible study for everyone, in every age and stage of life.
New Liberty is blessed with many godly men who serve as deacons and carry out the "Shepherding the Flock" ministry. The purpose of a deacon of New Liberty is to be a servant minister who cares for the members, who is a spiritual mentor to the members and who enables the members for ministry, thus enhancing the church's effectiveness in ministry and the overall health of the church.


During Focus our students are involved in Big Group and Small Group time as we focus on education. A strong foundation of biblical knowledge gives our students both the ability and the wisdom to make good choices in their young lives and for the future.
Children's Chapel
During Children's Chapel our children are involved in all aspects of a regular worship service as they learn about and are involved in worshipping God. This time of corporate worship honors God and demonstrates our faith in Him.
AWANA (Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed) takes place on Sunday evenings throughout the school year. The main goal of AWANA is evangelism. Through Bible memorization, biblical lessons, and games, children have the opportunity to learn about Jesus and develop a true relationship with Him.
Kids 'N' Action
On Wednesday evenings our children become "kids in action." They take in-depth looks into the Bible to learn about serving others and then participate in service projects. Kids 'N' Action encourages our children to live like Jesus.
C.L.I.M.B. (Children Living In Ministry Boldness) is our overnight spring retreat for children in 2nd through 5th grades. This weekend getaway allows our children to be refreshed through praise and worship of our Lord and to build community with other children.
Vacation Bible School
Vacation Bible School is five evenings of Bible stories, crafts, games, and fun activities during the summer. During the week, the children also learn and present a musical drama which gives the children a memorable way to remember the week's lessons. VBS is designed for children 3 years of age through 5th grade.
Elevate is our summer camp for children going into 3rd grade through those going into 6th grade. Camp provides a positive Christian environment where children experience an intensive focus on God while they are involved in various activities from dawn to dark.
G4 Clubs
Using the Bible as the ultimate guidebook, our children spend Wednesday evenings during the summer actively learning, discussing and practicing how to be Godly ladies and gentlemen in their G4 Clubs. A finale event ends the summer and showcases all the newly learned skills.


Apex is a weekly worship experience for students. Students meet Wednesday nights at 7PM in the Turner building for a time of worship specifically tailored to students. After worship, students meet with their discipleship teams.
Detour is a weekly small-group study for students. Students meet Sunday mornings at 9AM in the Turner building for small group bible studies. Classes are divided by grades in order to create an environment of openness conducive to building community.
Periodically throughout the year, the students will lead the congregation in worship. The student choir is also used as an outreach to lead worshipers on mission trips.
Winter Weekend
Every winter the students are invited to get away from the city and spend some time connecting with God and reconnecting with their friends. Winter Weekend is a retreat that takes place in January.
Every June, students are invited to participate in CityReach. CityReach is a week-long mission project in various cities across the continent. CityReach is for High School and College students.
The Bogg
Every Summer, students are invited to attend a week at Bogg Springs Baptist Encampment called The Bogg. The Bogg church camp is mid-July and is for students going into 7th grade through College.
Other Activities
Throughout the year, New Liberty students are offered other opportunities for building community and serving others through Project Impact weekends, D-Now weekends, and other fellowships and outings.
Stay Connected
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New Liberty supports many church-planting efforts across the globe, but one of our major projects is sponsorship of Mexican Baptist Institute in Reynosa, Mexico. Our purpose in sponsoring the seminary is to train men and women, preparing them for full-time ministry across North America.
"ACTS" stands for "Actions for Christ Through Service." ACTS is a group of believers who want to take Christ to our community, showing His love through service projects for those inside and outside the church walls. ACTS meets once a month to discuss new and ongoing ministry projects.