We believe that God’s grace frees us to express the mercy and justice of Christ and calls us to serve the most pressing needs of our neighborhoods. Below are Liberti’s mercy and justice teams and partnerships; we’d love to help you connect with the serving opportunity that’s right for you. For information, questions, and help, email Vito Baldini.

Aquinas Center - Aquinas Center is located in South Philadelphia and serves as a safe, welcoming place where neighbors and visitors can experience radical hospitality, where each person finds a seat at the table, and where beauty and belonging prevail. English classes, legal services, afterschool programs, youth development, and advocacy programs equip immigrant and refugee neighbors with resources they need to navigate life in Philly. Liberti and Aquinas Center collaborate together on Easter Outreach, community festivals, fundraisers, and in other ways that foster community and mutuality.
1700 Fernon Street (17th Street between Tasker and Morris Streets)

If you would like to learn more or get involved email Mary Soldano.

Small Fry - Every Saturday at 11:00 AM, Volunteers teach kids and their families in the Graduate Hospital neighborhood to cook and prepare healthy and affordable snacks and meals on a low-income budget.

For more information, please contact Alissa Merlino
Click here to sign up!

AlphaCare - AlphaCare - located at 3809 Lancaster Ave. AlphaCare is a Christian non-profit organization that provides support and services to women of all backgrounds with unexpected pregnancies. AlphaCare also educates the local community concerning the needs of pregnant women, provides abortion after-care, and grief support after miscarriage. 

For more information, please contact Lizzy Harrop.

YoungLives - Club meetings are held at the First Presbyterian Church, 113 E. Airy St., Norristown, PA, on the 2nd Thursday of every month. Bible study is the first and third Thursday of each month - same location. YoungLives is a ministry dedicated to loving teenagers facing situations of unplanned motherhood. YoungLives connects teen moms with mentors, as well as people who can make meals, and donate diapers and wipes. 

For more information, please contact Kristland Damazo

Easter Outreach 2018
Thanks for Partnering!
One way that Liberti celebrates Easter is by partnering with churches, nonprofits, and organizations to distribute meals to some of the hungriest zip codes in the Philadelphia region, and provide clean water to people in South Sudan. Thanks to all those who gave, served, packed, and delivered meals with Easter Outreach this year! Through your help, we were able to meet our goals and distribute over 8000 meals in and around Philadelphia neighborhoods and give 1500 water filters to people in South Sudan! Check out easteroutreach.org to get a glimpse of how your generosity blessed this ministry this Easter!

Emmanuel - 17th & Sansom Sts., Every Saturday from 10:00 AM - 2:30PM. Liberti partners with First Baptist Church to reach out to our homeless friends and neighbors in Center City. We cook, serve and eat a meal together. We provide a reflection on a Scripture passage and seek to offer time to build relationships and relax in a safe environment.

For more information, please email Emmanuel here!
Click here to sign up for a volunteer shift.

Coordinated Homeless Outreach Center (CHOC) -
1001 Sterigere St., Building 9, Norristown, PA.  
Sunday afternoons at 4:30pm on chosen Sundays roughly once per month. 

Volunteers plan, organize and prepare a special feast with very nice dishes.   They provide it to the residents, joining-in themselves in a family-type special meal celebration together where we meet and eat together as friends and equals.

Volunteers offer to pray with residents who sometimes request special prayer.  Prayer cards are distributed at tables with pens.  Residents are encouraged to write down their prayer requests.  Filled-in cards are collected and used by the sponsoring home groups to pray through together.  Some of the feasts are arranged to include many families with children helping to prepare and serve the food.   (Families with children always are welcome.)

For more information, please contact Chuck Harper.

The Bethesda Project is a community of prayer, reflection, and action that responds to the call to serve the abandoned poor.

Support Children and Youth in Foster Care
When Philadelphia's children and youth cannot be safely maintained in their own homes, and no family members, friends, or neighbors are available to help, these young people often enter into foster care.  Since 2013, the number of children and youth in Philadelphia's foster care system has risen from about 4100 to about 6100, more homes and more supports are desperately needed.  Liberti Church can have a huge impact on the city's most vulnerable population.  Email Timothy Hitchens to see if there's a way that you or your small group can help.