How to Get to Us

Use the google map below to get directions from where you are to where we are. Our physical address is:

2535 State Route 52
Liberty, NY 12754

What to Wear

Dress for services at the church is causal. Most men wear casual pants with a polo/dress shirt. Ties are certainly not mandatory but there have been sightings. Jeans with a t-shirt can be spotted at times. Women may wear a skirt and blouse, dresses or pants and an appropriate top. Chances are that whatever you wear you will feel comfortable with us !


At some point in the service an offering plate will be passed around. Although we will not refuse your offering, this collection is primarily so that members and regular attenders can contribute their tithes and offerings to God.

Our Worship Service

Following the principle of “simple worship” the Order of Worship is easy to follow. We project much of the service including the words to the songs and the sermon highlights at the front of the church. Our music is a mixture of favorite hymns, gospel songs and contemporary Christian music. We have several talented musicians who perform musical pieces to Praise God! In keeping with the “free” in Free Methodist most forms of worship are acceptable. Some worshipers will raise their hands to God while other may utter a “Hallelujah”. The prayer benches in the front of the church are always open to bring your praises and requests before God.

There is a staffed nursery available during the service for children 3 and under. Children ages 4 through 3rd grade can attend an age appropriate Children’s Church program.  Older children may remain with their parents for the entire service.

The Order of Worship below is typical for Sunday but may vary on holidays or other special days. Communion is usually served on the first Sunday of the month.

… Enter to Worship

Prelude and Greeting

Call To Worship

Worship through Song

Corporate Prayer

Children’s Message

Children dismissed to Children’s Church

Worship Through the Giving of Tithes and Offerings

Worship Through the Word

Scripture Reading


Worship through Song