Updated June 25 at 12:30 p.m.

Dear Friends:

In response to the latest federal and state directives, our church buildings are currently closed. There are a few approved exceptions.

Our Deacons are calling all members to share an encouraging word and to see how they can be of help.  We also have a number of volunteers, in addition to our Deacons, who would love to call regularly and chat with you – just email [email protected] and let us know the best way to reach you.  You can also send in prayer requests to that email, which will go out to our staff and church officers. Especially in this uncertain time, we want to be in prayer for one another, for our nation and for our world.

The good news: We are posting a weekly greeting & prayer from the Hartsworshipdaily inspirationBible studieschildren’s activitiesonline giving, and more on this website.  Check it out!

The news changes daily. This website if the best way to keep up with the latest at Liberty.  May we model safe practices, and may we hold the hold the most vulnerable in our community in our hearts and prayers.

Filled with faith, moving forward in hope, and reaching out in love,
Pastors Becky & John
The Liberty Session

LIBERTY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Public Disclaimer – COVID-19

COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease. This means that the disease is spread from one person to another by direct or indirect contact. The disease can lead to severe illness and death. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, senior citizens (age 65 & up) and individuals with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable. Because other people are on the property and using the facilities at Liberty Presbyterian Church, the Church does not guarantee or, in any way, assure your safety related to exposure to COVID-19, and you assume all risks of such exposure by also being on the property and using facilities at Liberty Presbyterian Church.

By attending you are acknowledging and accepting these risks.

APPROVED BY SESSION MAY 27, 2020

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