Sundays @ 10:15am, 6pm
Wednesdays @ 7pm


CHURCH PHONE: 405.527.9755

PASTOR'S PHONE: 405.527.6030

Pastor Ken Anderson
SENIOR PASTOR: Kenneth Anderson

Ken Anderson began playing guitar and singing country-gospel songs at the age of 12.  He was born in 1943 in Carnegie, OK.  In 1961, Ken graduated from Southwestern Pentecostal Holiness High School, in Bethany, OK.  In his senior year, he answered the call to preach the gospel.  His ministry began with jail services and street ministry in downtown Oklahoma City.


In 1962, Ken met Patsy Wade, who became his lovely wife and lifelong companion.  Patsy serves alongside her husband, Ken in pastoral ministry, especially in ladies ministry. Patsy was born and raised in Purcell, Oklahoma. In her senior year, she graduated from Capitol Hill High School in Oklahoma City in 1962.  Soon after they were married and began their wonderful life together. This past October, (2013) they celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with family and friends. They have two children, Kenny Anderson of Edmond, OK and Sonya Graves of Houston, TX, six grandchildren and one great grandson.


Patsy also serves as office secretary for the Independent Assemblies Lexington office and also holds ministerial credentials with the fellowship. She is a homemaker and enjoys creating decor and floral arrangements.


Ken has been ordained as a minister with the Independent Assemblies since its organization in 1967.  He was elected to the board of directors in 1995, and he presently serves as Secretary/Treasurer.


They presently live in Lexington, OK, where they serve as founding pastors of Liberty Gospel Tabernacle (established in 1978). 


Pastor Ken Anderson is a man of God with a pastor’s heart to see believers grow to spiritual maturity.  His ministry is centered on building the kingdom of God and liberating those bound by Satan’s devices into freedom in the body of Christ.



In October 2013 our pastors celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary. We want to share a video that was produced for this special day in the lives of our pastors. We hope you enjoy it.