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We would love for you to come and visit us at Liberty Baptist Church.  Because visiting a church for the first time can be a frightening experience, we would like to let you know what to expect when visiting for the first time.  Guests are always welcome and we hope this helps.  Please contact us if you have any more questions.


What can I expect when I arrive at Liberty Baptist Church?

Our friendly greeters will welcome you as soon as you walk in the door and will help guide you to the appropriate services.  Sunday School begins at 9:30 AM.  We have a clean, lovingly staffed nursery for newborn up to three years of age, as well as exciting age appropriate classes for ages three through the twelfth grade. Our young single adults meet in the Fellowship room or with the rest of the adults in the main auditorium to hear a challenging message from our Pastor, Don Ayers.  Worship services follow at 10:30 AM with everyone meeting together in the main auditorium.  After worship in song and prayer, children ages three through the sixth grade are dismissed for their own church service in the fellowship hall.

We encourage you to join us for compelling, doctrinal teaching from the Word of God.  If you should have any questions while you are with us, our helpful staff is available prior to and after the service.


How do I get to Liberty Baptist Church?

Our church is located at the corner of State Route 235 and County Road 20, in Ada, Ohio.    Click HERE for a map of our location.

What kind of church is Liberty Baptist Church?

We are an active and established Fundamental, Independent Baptist Church located in west-central Ohio. We emphasize preaching and teaching of the Bible that is both instructive and relevant to meet today’s ever demanding needs and problems. We believe that God has inspired and preserved His Word for us in the King James Bible. The music of Liberty reflects an uplifting and Christ honoring spirit from our song service to our special music.


What do you believe? bible

Click HERE for our Doctrinal Statement


What Sunday school classes do you offer?

We offer classes for all ages.  Sunday school is a great opportunity to break the congregation down into smaller groups that are targeted to specific needs in your life.  Be ready to be challenged in your personal walk with God, and expect to receive Biblical truths, and spiritual help.  


childrens ministries

           What do you offer children?

We have several ministries for children, from Sunday School and Junior                                   Church, to special summer programs, and children’s clubs.



Does your church provide child-care?

We have an infant and toddler nursery available during the Sunday School hour, Sunday morning worship, Sunday evening and Wednesday evening services.  Liberty Baptist Church offers clean, safe, well-staffed nurseries for infants through three years of age. Our staff is ready to make your little one’s experience a time of fun and learning. Nurseries are provided for all of our services and special events.


Am I expected to participate in the offering if I’m not a member?

We want our service to be a gift to you.  We hope you will find a warm and friendly family spirit here, truth from God’s Word, and a place where you can grow in God’s grace.  Please do not feel any obligation to participate in the offering as a guest.

Is the church handicap accessible?  

We have designated parking spots for the handicapped, and for older adults who need to park close to the church entrances.

Do you offer transportation?

We offer church van rides on Sunday mornings.  If you have no transportation, we would be happy to pick you up for both Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. and morning service at 10:30 a.m.  Please contact the church office to schedule a ride: (419)634-0486

Can I request a Pastoral visit?

Click HERE to email the Pastor.

How do I become a member?

If you feel that God is leading you to become a member of Liberty Baptist Church, please  request a meeting with the Pastor.  Upon meeting with the Pastor, he will discuss with you the matter of your salvation, and the method and motive of your baptism.  You may then become a member by a statement of faith.