June 13, 2019


Dear Friends:
Work has begun on the renovation of the Old Hall! 

Before the construction of the Carriage House in 2009, the Old Hall was one of the few adult meeting rooms at Liberty. When the Carriage House opened, all groups who had met regularly in the Old Hall moved across the parking lot to enjoy the new, clean, up-to-date rooms in the Carriage House.

But Liberty continues to grow, and more space is necessary to accommodate new groups. As the design renderings show, the renovation of the Old Hall will make it an inviting, desirable, and comfortable place for groups to meet for study or fellowship.

The renovation will take three months to complete, during which the Hall will not be usable (scheduled groups have been re-assigned to other rooms). With the Hall closed, a handicap-accessible portable bathroom — located in the northeast corner of the lower parking lot — will be available during summer outdoor worship.

When finished, the building will be re-named “Fearing Hall” in honor of long-term Liberty member Doris Fearing. Doris’ 2008 bequest of $500,000 made possible Liberty’s Endowment Fund, a major upgrade to the Barn sound system, an office computer upgrade, a strategic site plan study, and an advance gift to the Renew campaign.

The renovation of Fearing Hall will bring the two-year Renew Campaign to completion. Now that the Youth Room renovation is complete and the renovation of Fearing Hall has begun, please review your 2019 Renew commitment to be sure you’re up to date! Your contribution makes all the difference.

Serving Jesus with you,