Please join us this Saturday, August 15 at 4PM, at Lemon Hill, for Liberti's annual church picnic! There will be music, face-painting, bocce ball, ultimate frisbee, cornhole, vertical golf, a volleyball net, and plenty more fun in the sun! We will be feasting on pulled pork sandwiches and asking families to bring side dishes (if your last name is A-L) or a dessert (if your last name is M-Z). Beverages will be provided. For more information including directions and Septa routes, please click here .  

The first step in becoming a member at Liberti Church is to attend an In-covenant class, an informal time to meet with church leaders to discuss Liberti’s mission and vision. If you attend Liberti and are considering becoming a member, please join us on August 23 immediately following the service to explore becoming In-covenant! Lunch will be provided. We hope to see you there! Contact


Does your faith have anything to do with your work?  Should it?  How does Christian faith shape your vocation, career choices, and decisions?  Join Jared for an evening of teaching and conversation on the interplay of Faith at Work. Our final installment of our Summer Conversations series will meet Wednesday, August 19th on the 8th floor of Benjamin’s Desk located 1701 Walnut Street (entrance on 17th Street) from 7 PM- 9 PM.  

Join us on Saturday, Aug. 29, when Liberti Church partners with Tabernacle International Deliverance Church (TIDC) as they reach out to their neighbors in Norristown. Hundreds of people will be there as TIDC and Liberti deliver approximately 500 backpacks filled with new school supplies to the community. We will need volunteers for set-up in the church parking lot at 151 W. Marshall Street in Norristown at 8 AM. Additional volunteers will be needed from 11 AM to 3 PM for games, rides, and food booths. Please look for street parking, and feel free to bring the family with you for this wonderful community event! Contact Barb Delp for more information.  

In this group study we will dig into Scriptural study about a variety of current cultural issues, including poverty, abortion, sex slavery, race, and sexuality.  Group members will read Counter Culture (click here to purchase), a book written by David Platt, and then meet on Tuesday evenings to discuss the book and Scripture. Location: Rittenhouse - 24th & Spruce on Tuesdays at 7pm from July 28 - September 1. EmailJenny Elliot for more information. Click here to sign-up.