Welcome to Youth Ministry

The Youth of Liberty are a very busy bunch. Whether it’s Sunday School classes, Youth Group gatherings, Bible Studies, exciting outings, mission opportunities, fun games in and out of the church, video game nights, lock-ins, or retreatsthere is always something going on in our Youth Ministry. Our regularly scheduled weekly programs run through the school year, from the middle of August through the end of May.

All 6th-12th graders are welcome—and encouraged—to join this growing group of amazing young people!

Don’t miss out on:

      • Youth Sunday School (6th-12th grade) – 10:00 a.m. in the Youth Room.
        Youth Sunday School is on recess the first Sunday of each month so students can participate in worship and communion.
      • High School Digging Deeper Bible Study (9th-12th grade) – Most Mondays, 7:00-8:00 p.m. in the Youth Room.
      • High School Youth Group (9th-12th grade) – Most Sundays, 7:00-9:00 p.m. in the Youth Room.
      • Middle School Bible Study (6th-8th grade) – Most Tuesdays, 7:00-8:30 p.m. in the Youth Room.

Liberty youth group strives to:

    • Create a welcoming second home for our youth and families.
    • Provide the opportunity to be transformed by the truth of God’s word.
    • Mentor our youth where they are.
    • Extend God’s grace, love and peace to those in need.

Youth Group Registration

Please register your child(ren) so they can participate in Youth Ministry events.

Check out our Youth Calendar to find out what is happening this week!

Check out the Liberty Youth social media accounts!

We can be found on Facebook under “Liberty Presbyterian-Youth Parents Group
We can be found on Instagram at @LibertyYouth

Also… join the “Youth Parents” group in Realm!

Safety Policy

Part of our updated security plan around our campus is to lock the door 10 minutes into the church service or event. This will include all youth programs and activities. This DOES NOT mean that a student who arrives after the door is locked will be out of luck. They will need to knock on the door, or text a youth leader or friend, and they will be let in.  This was recently voted on by Session, and we want to follow it for the safety of our youth.