We are a church for everyone. At Liberty Brooklyn, you will experience a welcoming and relaxed environment with a sense of genuine community. There’s no need to dress up or put on pretenses… just come as you are. Our Lounge opens at 9.30am, and our team will be there to assist you with any questions you may have. We hope you’ll join us!


There is something for everyone in our services. It’s an atmosphere of faith with passionate worship and practical bible-based teaching for everyday life. Our services are 75 minutes long and we have a safe & fun programs for children 6 months–8th grade. Our services are held in Downtown Brooklyn at the United Artists Movie Theater located at 106 Court Street, one block north of Atlantic Avenue.


Community is a core value of our church, and you’ll find friendly people here that are diverse in every way. We look forward to meeting you!



Liberty Church Brooklyn loves families, and our Liberty Kids program is a safe, nurturing environment that is also a lot of fun. Our Christ-centered approach teaches kids about God’s love as they make new friends and build lasting friendships.


Kids check-in begins at 9:45am and then families with kids ages 5 and up, will worship together at 10am in the main auditorium. When worship is finished, kids will be dismissed with their classroom teachers for the remainder of the service.


Check out this video to see Liberty Kids in action! We look forward to meeting your family this Sunday!


United Artists Cinemas is located at 106 Court Street, Brooklyn.


Liberty Brooklyn is accessible by the following subway lines: 2, 3, 4, 5, A, C, F, R.


From the 2, 3, 4 and 5 trains take the Borough Hall stop. Walk west on Joralemon Street towards Court Street. Take a left on Court Street and head South toward Livingston. UA Cinemas is on the right, one block before Atlantic Avenue.


From the A, C, F and R trains take the Jay Street – Metro Tech stop. Walk South on Jay Street toward Willoughby Street. Jay Street becomes Smith Street. Turn right onto Livingston St and then left onto Court Street. UA Cinemas is on the right, one block before Atlantic Avenue.

Community Pastors

Justin and Kristen Tarsiuk

Justin and Kristen live in Brooklyn with their son Rocco. With their passion for New York City and God’s house, and their years of experience in leadership and loving people they desire to see Brooklyn known again once more as the City of Churches. Justin and Kristen are both football fans (NFL of course), and while Kristen is trying new cuisines and finding beautiful vintage things, Justin enjoys studying God’s Word and kayaking urban waterways.

Next Steps Information

At Liberty Church, we are a community, not just a crowd. One of the easiest ways you can meet new people and begin to experience community is through the Next Steps Course. Next Steps is a 4-week course where you can discover your gifts and talents, find out how you can make a difference in your community and learn how being a part of a local church can help you take a step forward in your faith. The course is offered right after each Sunday service in every Liberty Church location. You can start this Sunday, or sign up by clicking the button below.

Click here to register for Next Steps.


Next Steps starts at 11:30am every Sunday directly after the service. We gather at the Connections Desk in The Lounge a few minutes before and then head upstairs together to the 3rd floor of the movie theater to Meeting Room #5.