THANKSGIVING IN OUR NEIGHBORHOODS

Liberti is partnering with organizations throughout the region to help serve our neighborhoods this Thanksgiving. Click here to find out how you can participate.

MAIN LINE CAMPUS: WE'RE MOVING!

Beginning on December 8, our service will be held in the Rosemont Chapel, while the McShain Auditorium undergoes some renovations. Coffee hour and two of our kids classes will take place in the Main Building, which is directly across from the Chapel. The service will still begin at 11 AM, with coffee hour at 10:15. 

CITYTEAM ADOPT A CHILD

Liberti Main Line is once again joining with CityTeam to provide Christmas gifts for disadvantaged children in Chester and Delaware counties. If your family or home group is interested in helping out, we have the wish lists of 30 children whose parents will be unable to buy them presents this year. Please budget a minimum of $50, and bring your unwrapped gifts to church on 12/1 or 12/8. If you’re interested, contact Barb Delp

2200 ARCH COUNSELING SERVICES ANXIETY & STRESS GROUP

Got stress? This group will help you understand how to identify and cope with anxiety and stress, practice techniques to help reduce stress and anxiety and allow you to live in the freedom of the Gospel. The group will be meeting on Wednesday nights from 7 - 9 PM at 2200 Arch St.. The cost is $40 per person per session. For more information, and to register, please call 215-255-0414 ext. 3.


ADVENT & CHRISTMAS SERIES: "THE HOPES & FEARS OF ALL THE YEARS"  

In 1865, while serving as a pastor at a church in Philadelphia, Philips Brooks wrote the now-famous Christmas carol "O Little Town of Bethlehem." In writing about Jesus, he penned the famous line "the hopes and fears of all the years are met in Thee tonight." This Advent and Christmas, we'll be exploring how all our hopes and fears - the deep longings of the human spirit of peace, justice, and spiritual reality - are fulfilled in Jesus. Invite a friend and plan to join us!

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