Liberty Baptist Church

2900 S. Pine

Cabot, AR  72023

501-476-4190

… and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.  II Corinthians 3:17

An independent Baptist church

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When you come to Liberty Baptist Church...

     

Expect to find a friendly welcome.


The person who greets you can fill you in on the essentials of the building-- auditorium, classrooms, nursery, and restrooms.


The aim of our services is to praise and worship our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.


There is order to our services but the services are not complicated. In each service there will be singing, announcements, prayer, and a message from the Word of God.


Our praise is joyful, our worship is reverent. We have an awesome God and though our  worship service is not somber, it is a reverent time when we show our respect for our Lord Jesus Christ, His Word, and His house.*


We use the Authorized King James Version of the Bible for all preaching and teaching at each service. If you do not have a Bible, let us know and we will make one available to you.


The music we use in our worship services is from real hymn books; we sing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs.


You will receive a visitor's card that we ask you to fill out so we may have a record of your visit.  


At the end of most services, the pastor will give an invitation. This is an opportunity for those who would like to trust Christ as their Savior or for Christians who have other spiritual decisions to make (for example, rededication to Christ, a need to be scripturally baptized, or joining the church membership), to come forward and publicly make those decisions.  If you would like spiritual counseling, please come forward at that time and let the pastor know.


You can find service starting times on the Our Services page.


In the Sunday morning service offering plates are passed; visitors are not obligated or expected to participate.


* We ask that all cell phones, pagers, and other communication devices be turned off or remain on silent for the duration of the services.