Each semester Liberty University students use the talents God has given them to encourage the local church and share the love of Christ with those who have never heard it. Liberty University’s Department of Ministry Teams sends students with both musical and athletic gifts across the state and across the country to take the Gospel message to audiences of all ages.
Schedules are subject to change. For the most up-to-date information, visit www.Liberty.edu/MinistryTeams.
As Liberty’s flagship traveling ministry team, Sounds of Liberty leads groups in worship at various locations to share Christ’s message. This group, made up of five vocalists, a five-piece band, and an audio technician, performs nearly 100 concerts annually, ministering in some of America’s largest churches and organizational events.
5: Liberty Baptist Church, Hampton, Va.
6: Denbigh Baptist Christian School, Newport News, Va.
8: First Baptist Church Lavaca, Lavaca, Ariz.
9: Dallas Avenue Baptist Church, Mena, Ariz.
12: Second Baptist Church, Clinton, Tenn.
17-18: God’s Pit Crew, Danville, Va.
19: Thomas Road Baptist Church, Lynchburg, Va.
26: Calvary Road Baptist Church, Alexandria, Va.
2: Rocky Mount Baptist Church, Rocky Mount, Va.
9: Millbrook Baptist Church, Aiken, S.C.
16: Hebron Baptist Church, Dacula, Ga.
23: Bayside Baptist Church, Chattanooga, Tenn.
9: McGregor Baptist Church, Fort Meyers, Fla.
10: Harmony Free Will Baptist Church, Lake Butler, Fla.
12: Community Bible Church, Beaufort, S.C.
16: Coastal Community Baptist Church, Wilmington, N.C.
23: The Heights Baptist Church, Colonial Heights, Va.
6: Calvary Bible Church, Hanover, Pa.
13: Temple Baptist Church, Selma, N.C.
27: Anderson Mill Road Baptist Church, Moore, S.C.
As Liberty’s most unconventional ministry team, S.O.A.R. is a high-flying dunk basketball team that uses acrobatic maneuvers off of trampolines to dazzle crowds of all ages. S.O.A.R. Dunk visits youth groups, pep rallies, school assemblies/chapels, and various sporting events. The members are not afraid of flying high above the rim, nor boldly sharing their faith in Jesus Christ while using their own worship style.
24: Queen Anne’s High School, Centreville, Md.
25: Christ Community Church, West Chester, Pa.
30: Burlington Christian Academy, Burlington, N.C.
31: Mt. Mission School, Grundy, Va.
7: Grace Christian School, Sanford, N.C.
9: Grace Christian Church, Sanford, N.C.
23: Pleasant Garden Baptist Church, Pleasant Garden, N.C.
24: North Roanoke Baptist Church, Roanoke, Va.
1: Bethel Baptist Church, Yorktown, Va.
2: Thomas Terrace Baptist Church, Lynchburg, Va.
7: Appomattox Middle School, Appomattox, Va.
8: First Baptist Church Indian Trail, N.C.
9-11: First Baptist Church Kenova, W.Va.
12: Fairfield Middle School, Fairfield, Ohio
12: Fairfield West Baptist Church, Fairfield, Ohio
13: Cincinnati Christian School, Fairfield, Ohio
15: Friendship Baptist Church, Cincinnati, Ohio
22: Calvary Baptist Church, Cresaptown, Md.
12-13: Storm Conference, Connersville, Ind.
26: St. Paul’s United Methodist, Staunton, Va.
Exodus is a modern worship band that uses today’s Christian music to boldly lead others in worship. During the school year, this seven-member team travels throughout the U.S. and Canada ministering in churches, high schools, and youth camps to spread the message of Christ.
3-5: Kalahari Retreat Weekend, Sandusky, Ohio
7-10: Westminster Catawba Christian School, Rock Hill, S.C.
8: Calvary Baptist Church, Rock Hill, S.C.
7-9: Lawndale Baptist Church, Greensboro, N.C.
7-9: Liberty Baptist Church, Hampton, Va.
10: Sherwood Christian Academy, Albany, Ga.
14-16: University Hills Baptist Church, Charlotte, N.C.
11-13: Storm Conference, Connersville, Ind.
26-27: Christ Community Church, Hudson, Ohio
Crimson Flood is one of Liberty’s premier worship bands. With a bold sound and unique musical diversity, this all-male group effectively bridges the gap between generations of worshipers, making them a favorite among churches everywhere.
5: Crossgates Baptist Church, Brandon, Miss.
6: East Rankin Academy, Pelahatchie, Miss.
7: Lamar Christian School, Meridian, Miss.
8: Faith Baptist Church, Meridian, Miss.
9: Tuscaloosa Christian School, Cottondale, Ala.
12: Heritage Hills Baptist Church, Conyers, Ga.
23: Bonsack Baptist Church, Roanoke, Va.
29-30: Uplands Reach Conference, Millers Creek, N.C.
27: First Baptist Church, Lexington, S.C.
This all-girl ministry team focuses on ministering to women through worship. Awaken targets teen girls and uses music to help bring young women to a deeper relationship with their Creator. God wants everyone to engage the culture with their faith and the ministry of Awaken calls young ladies to the front lines.
31-Feb. 1: St. Andrews-Covenant Presbyterian Church, Wilmington, N.C.
2: Thomas Road Baptist Church, Lynchburg, Va.
15: Blush Ministries, Liberty University, Lynchburg, Va.
28-March 1: Bloom Girls Conference, Louisville Baptist Temple, Louisville, Ohio
8: Franklin Heights Baptist Church, Rocky Mount, Va.
9: CrossPoint Church, Wirtz, Va.
11: Emmanuel Christian School, Hartsville, S.C.
12: First Baptist Church Spartanburg (a Crossfire Ministries girls event), Spartanburg, S.C.
25-26: Center Stage Girls Conference, TRBC, Lynchburg, Va.
Named after the year Liberty was founded, Seventy-One is the newest addition to the Department of Ministry Teams. While leading worship, Seventy-One strives to spread God’s love and message to all that will listen. This seven-member worship band combines relevant worship tunes with both cover and original songs.
5: First Baptist Church of Okeechobee, Okeechobee, Fla.
7: Calvary Christian High School, Clearwater, Fla.
8: North Florida Christian School, Tallahassee, Fla.
8: Village Baptist Church, Destin, Fla.
9: Aletheia Christian School, Aletheia, Fla.
15-16: Cornerstone Chapel, Leesburg, Va.
22-23: C3 Church, Clayton, N.C.
28-2: Living Proof Student Weekend, TRBC, Ridgecrest, N.C.
7-9: First Baptist Church, Newport News, Newport News, Va.
21-23: Midway Baptist Church, Phenix, Va.
4-6: Westover Baptist Church, Danville, Va.
11-13: Exalt Him Student Worship Retreat, Martinsville, Ind.