Welcome to Freedom!

The mission of Freedom is to bring glory to God by loving Him, loving each other, and loving our neighbors. Each and everything we do at Freedom is about bringing glory to God the Father, through Jesus Christ the Son, as we are empowered by the Holy Spirit, seeking to do things God's way for God's glory. Always.

Wednesday Family Meal

Sharing a meal together has always been a path to genuine community. We want you and your family to join us around the table for a meal and fellowship.
Each Wednesday evening, from 5:15 - 6:15 PM, we gather in our Family Life Center dining room. The cost is minimal ($3/person) and the food is great. Please join us!

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Join Us For Worship!

Morning Worship - 10:45 AM
Children's Church
Nursery Provided

Evening Worship - 5:00 PM
Nursery Provided (if requested)

Evening Worship & Prayer - 6:30 PM
Nursery, Children's & Youth Ministries,
Adult Small Groups

PLEASE NOTE: Schedule changes are listed at the bottom of our home page in the Bulletin Board section.

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Whitewater Rafting

Youth Whitewater Rafting

Join us for an exciting weekend of whitewater rafting.  This trip is for 9th-12th grades, and the cost is $125 per person. The group will depart at 7AM on Thursday and return at 3PM on Saturday. Use the Cart Form, below, to sign up and pay.  Sign-up deadline is Sunday, July 10th.

LiFE Together

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