This Sunday, June 9, we meet outside at 10:00 a.m. for worship under the oaks! What could be better than to worship in the beauty of God’s creation? We will also be simulcasting the service inside the air-conditioned Chapel. If you need steady ground underfoot, then we recommend taking the sidewalk to the Chapel, or handicapped parking by the lawn, where you can hear us and where the deacons and elders will check-in with you. Please help any visitors find a good spot! In case of inclement weather, check the homepage @ 8:30 a.m.
This coming weekend is also Liberty’s Be the Church Weekend! Our youth leave on their annual mission trip – but they don’t get to have all the fun! We have all kinds of ways that YOU can be involved and make a difference for those in need in our community.
This Saturday you can join us in picking up litter and helping a local neighborhood. Or on Sunday you can join in creating tie blankets for foster children, assembling hygiene kits for the homeless and those in Women’s Shelters, making cards for homeless teens and those serving overseas, visiting the homebound and more! Call the Church Office to register, or simply join us on Sunday! And if you can bring cookies to the kitchen Sunday a.m., or much-needed supplies by Friday a.m. (see list) – that would be greatly appreciated!
Below is a poem by a favorite Christian writer, Ann Weems. May everything we do as a church – from Columbus to Chicago to Honduras – be a gift of living hope to another.
Our Gifts are Gift of Hope
Our yearning after God,
our hope for a better way
creates infinite possibilities
to touch the lives of the untouched
to reach the hearts
of the unreached
to feed the bodies
of the unfed….
Our gifts are gifts of hope;
and love us
that we might love one another.
~Anne Weems, Searching for Shalom
Serving Jesus and His beloved children with each of you,