Liberty Dalton/Chatsworth

Liberty Dalton/Chatsworth is the originating campus of Liberty Baptist Church.  Founded in 1954 as a small village church, the story of Liberty has been one of substantial growth and community outreach for over 60 years.  Liberty Dalton/Chatsworth currently meets at 4443 Tibbs Bridge Road in the Southeast area of Whitfield county but will soon be moving to a new Hwy. 76 campus once construction is complete.
Brian Branam is the Lead Pastor of Liberty Baptist Church.  As lead pastor Brian will be at other Liberty locations from time to time, but can always be found live at Liberty Dalton/Chatsworth at 8:45 a.m. on Sundays.  
 
Brian has a simple way of communicating the profound truths of the Word of God.  He is a gifted speaker, published author, and teacher.  In his 20+ years of work as a pastor, God has used Brian to revitalize failing churches and to reach the lost.  You can learn more about Brian and engage his content by visiting his personal website, FeelMyFaith.com.   

Chris McDaniel is the Worship Leader and Celebrate Recovery Pastor for Liberty Baptist Church.  

Chris was formerly with the award winning multi platinum selling country group Confederate Railroad. He spent 16 years with the group until 2000, where he found himself in the middle of a $70,000 a year cocaine addiction. He went into rehab where he admitted he had a problem and was in need of a Higher power. 

Realizing that Jesus Christ was his true higher power, Chris’ life was radically transformed and he began traveling, sharing his story and using his gift of music to bring the gospel others in need of recovery.

Chris has also shared the stage with many of todays greatest Christian singers, David Phelps of the Gaither vocal band, Clay Crosse, Jars of Clay, Big Daddy Weave, Barlow Girl, Chris Rice, Natalie Grant, and Charles Billingsly. Chris has had the honor to be a part of Ronnie Hill Ministries, leading worship for many of his crusades and revivals across the United states and in Nicarauga.

Chris is married and resides in Rock Spring Georgia with his wife Renee and their three children Rylie, Gage, and Brayden.  You can read more about Chris by visiting his personal website ChrisMcDanielMusic.com.

Service Times:
 
Sundays:
8:45 a.m. Worship
10:00 a.m. Life Groups
11:00 a.m. Worship
6:00 p.m. Worship
 
Wednesdays:
6:00 p.m. – Team Kid, Student Worship, Adult Classes and Bible Study