Meet the Team

David Biggart


 David has been a Christian for a long time and serves and has served in Liberty for the past 17 years in various capacities.

He is married to Laura and has 4 grown up kids, who they have tried to teach and demonstrate what it means to have a genuine Christian faith in our world today.

Also, He still loves to be active and enjoys playing many sports (when allowed to).

Jack Sneddon


As an elder, Jack strives to build on existing and looks to develop new links between Liberty Church and the community, sharing God’s love and the gospel.

Jack also helps facilitate Church services, activities for children, families, and adults, aiming to ensure a Church that is welcoming and relevant to all in today’s world.

Ian Stangoe


Ian has served as an elder since May 2021. Previously was a deacon then elder at Bothwell Evangelical Church for over 12 years prioritising in pastoral care, and prior to that had been responsible for all children and youth work at Orbiston Gospel Hall (now Liberty Community Church). Ian is married to Marion and has 2 married children and 3 grandchildren.

May Dunsmore


May has been a member of Liberty since 2019 and served as a deacon since 2020, supporting the leadership of the church, in the fulfilment of its purpose, the pastoral care of its members, and day-to-day administration. May’s other vital role that brings satisfaction is working with the youth at Crossroads and helping at the Holiday Club.

Linda Wilson


Linda has been a follower of Jesus for many years, and as she gets older, she loves Him more and more. She has always been committed to the local church, serving God diligently with enthusiasm and a lot of hard work, including working with children and young people. Recently, Linda joined Liberty and, since June 2023, has been honoured to serve as a deacon, with a focus on promoting the importance of prayer both at individual and church levels.

Our Beliefs

We believe in the absolute sovereignty of God in all matters.

Vision & Values

Our vision is where, ‘with the eyes of faith’ we want to go as a fellowship to tell of Jesus