About US

See What God Can Do Through You

At the heart of everything we do is a desire to be Christ centered. We are a diverse congregation, representing a variety of ages, cultural, and religious backgrounds. It is our hope to provide a place where you are impacted by a life changing experience with Jesus Christ through engaging powerful worship and strong teaching of biblical truth in relevant and practical ways. We pray that you feel loved.

In 1997, the church formerly known as Mount Zion Assembly became Liberty Assembly with a dozen people as our church body. Just two years later, 13 acres of land was purchased on Route 20 in Shrewsbury in order to have a more central location and build a 400-seat auditorium. The facility was completed in December 2001, and the first service for Liberty Church was held just one month later with around 350 people in attendance. In October 2009, Liberty Church finished the expansion of our new facility, which included many additional rooms, a large children’s area, and a new sanctuary with a seating capacity for up to 1,200 people. Currently, Liberty is a church community with more than 1,000 people in attendance during our two weekend services.

What We Believe


Liberty Church exists to lead people to Jesus Christ and to make disciples, by reflecting His love, teaching His Word, and demonstrating His power.

Our FIVE CORE VALUES enable us to Love People to Christ.




We prioritize every opportunity to invite people to encounter God’s grace through Jesus Christ.



We prioritize the teaching of the Bible and the equipping of believers to become fully devoted followers of Christ.




We prioritize prayer and worship as absolutely essential to connecting with God.




We prioritize creating opportunities to bring people together for learning, worship, life and relationships.




We prioritize involving people in ministry believing the church is strengthened when people get involved.

Here at Liberty, we are a part of the fellowship of the Assemblies of God churches and we align with the sixteen tenets of faith established by the General Council of the Assemblies of God.

The scriptures are true, authoritative and sufficient.

Psalm 19:7-11; 2 Timothy 3:16; 2 Peter 1:20-21