Greetings to you all

The caring team of friends, serving in Cafe Liberty make our church’s warm welcome stronger. How blessed we’ve been by those who step in to serve. For coffee enthusiasts or for those who prefer hot tea or cocoa, it’s truly a pleasure to meet and greet. So often the discovery of the best gifts in life comes through the connections we make in lively fellowship.

Mission Inspired by Worship

“Go and make disciples of all nations…”
(Matthew 28:19a)

As we share in mission and ministry opportunities together, a goal at the center of discipleship is to discover the ways God’s Word empowers mission as an overflow of worship.

The connection between the two is at the heart of the Great Commission. With disciples worshiping the risen Lord, the global urgency for giving His good news gripped their hearts and guided their plans.

Our circumstances seem so different that we may easily miss this connection. Worshipers of the living Lord are in mission training. There are no secret saints, cloistered monks or “bless-me” gatherings in the book of Acts. That template for missional vision arose from worshiping congregations, large and small. At every phase of a disciple’s life, these two factors flow in tandem: Worship and mission. Both are essential. Neither can be postponed for a more convenient time. Living freely and faithfully for Christ are callings that are woven together by the golden threads of worship and mission.

Obstacles of many kinds can feel overwhelming. One of the honors of being “brothers and sisters in Christ” is the powerful reality that our joint venture in worship and mission is stronger than any human force. We are, in Christ Jesus, joined in an elevated calling. It rises above the culture even as we step boldly into the fray, to be light bearers in the darkest spaces of human experience.

These words of Jesus prevail over the storm of our crisis-engulfed world: “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness but will have the light of life.”

In small and large acts of mission, His light breaks through. At each turning point in life and in the regular work that awaits us each day, the empowering gift of God’s grace prevails.

Events to Enjoy and Share!

Check the Connections Table for information on how to participate in:

Operation Christmas Child ~ Samples of the gift box recommendations for kids and easy-to-follow instructions are available for anyone who is new to the OCC project. Pick up some info there to use and share with friends. Along with preparing your own gift boxes for this outreach, financial offerings are needed to help our Liberty Kids Class for their Mission Sunday on 10/29. Your gift in any amount is a great way to join this team effort. Checks may be place in the offering box with a note “for OCC”. Envelopes are available on the Connections table. Or you may choose to give online through our Giving page.

  • November 4th ~ Saturday evening at 5:00 PM Liberty’s Gratitude Dinner – See the sign-up sheet on the connections table
  • November 18th ~ Saturday morning @ 9:00 AM ~ Liberty Ladies Ministry breakfast event
  • November 19th ~ Sunday – Communion in worship ~ 10:15 AM service
  • November 29th ~ Wednesday ~ a daytime Christmas Decorations get-together 10:00 AM – 1:30 PM (lunch provided). A few friends needed to decorate sanctuary and foyer area. Sign-up sheet on Connections table to join us mid-day on November 29th

Many thanks to all givers, for your prayers and offerings in support of Liberty Church, in person and via online via our Giving page.

Here are the links to find us via livestream tomorrow @ 10:15 AM EST or the audio podcasts of past services via Spotify:

View the service live online

Listen to past services


“Know therefore that the LORD your God is God.
He is the faithful God, keeping His covenant of love
to a thousand generations…”
(Deuteronomy 7:9a NIV)

In His love,
Pastor Joe
Liberty Church
P.O. Box 295
Westminster MD 21158
Office: 410.857.4313
Pastor’s cell: 410.596.4096

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