The Archangels of Liberty Church is a thriving and expanding community founded on the true teachings of the Holy Bible. Comprised of dedicated Christians, we endeavor to live in accordance with God’s commandments and walk in His ways. Our belief in freedom and liberty is grounded in a moral compass derived from the Bible, which serves as our guide to discern right from wrong and discover genuine freedom.
At the core of our ministry are the principles outlined in God’s Word: love, compassion, kindness, forgiveness, and justice. By embodying these virtues, we strive to foster peace among all individuals and draw closer to God Himself.
We humbly recognize that our nation, as well as some churches, have been influenced by greed, lust, and profanity, straying from the teachings of the Bible. As a community, we aspire to exemplify righteousness, rejecting superficial practices and pursuing an authentic relationship with God.
Archangels of Liberty Church functions as a familial assembly, welcoming men, women, and children who seek to worship, love, and glorify our God under the guidance of the Holy Spirit and the truth of His Word. Our mission is to demonstrate our love for the Lord and His people, provide guidance to those who are lost, nurture and disciple believers, and proclaim the message of Christ far and wide. Through our meticulous verse-by-verse expository preaching, we aim to illuminate the profound depths of God’s Word.
While acknowledging our imperfections, we place our hope in Christ. Our commitment lies in growing in the knowledge of Christ and being transformed into His image. We strive to faithfully serve Christ and His Body, spreading the genuine hope found in the gospel of Jesus Christ, and equipping and sending disciples to share this message globally.
Whether you have never attended a church, have been distant from one for a while, are new to the area, or are searching for a community deeply devoted to the Lord and His Word, we extend a warm welcome. Our church offers a place of belonging, purpose, and a profound connection with God and fellow believers.
Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.” Matthew 28:19-20
Rev. Mark Grabowski