Liberty Baptist Church’s Core Committees exist to serve functions of the church required by our constitution and bylaws. With that in mind, Core Committees differ from other church programs and ministry teams in that they can’t be dissolved unless we change the church’s constitution and bylaws. In other words, they are much more permanent than ministry teams.
Since Core Committees are such a significant part of the life of the church, and since service on these teams can so often be a demanding task, members are required to serve on only one core committee at a time, and are required to take at least one (1) calendar year off for every three (3) years of service on a Core Committee.
There are four groups that constitute our Core Committees. Below, each team is listed along with the current chair of that committee and a description of their duties. If you have any questions about these committees or what they do, please feel free to contact our church office.
Just like every other ministry and ministry team, Core Committees have the benefit of oversight from our pastors. Since the pastors are responsible for leading and overseeing the church to function in an appropriate, biblical way, we believe that it’s important that we not simply hang our core committees out to dry as they try to perform their critical tasks; our pastors partner closely with the Core Committees to make sure they have the resources and guidance they need to serve the body.