EASTER OUTREACH 2015
This year, we’re partnering with over 20 other churches and organizations throughout the region to distribute 3,000 Easter dinners to neighbors and build three wells in South Sudan. We still need to raise over $40,000 to make this happen, so please consider giving to this effort. We'll also need volunteers to help pack meals during the week leading up to April 4, and drivers to deliver the meals throughout our neighborhoods that afternoon. This year, we've added additional packing and delivery sites, so serving with this project is easier than ever! 

LENT AT LIBERTI CHURCH
This Lent, our community is walking together through Christ’s journey to the cross with a prayerbook of scripture, prayers, and meditations. For your free copy, and for more information on Lent at Liberti, please click here.

FOR THE CITY MICROSITE LAUNCH
We're excited to have launched the For The City microsite - an extended section of our website where you can find all the latest announcements and other project updates for our church's initiative to renovate the historic First Baptist Building in Center City. 

IN COVENANT CLASS
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, we'd love to have you join us after church this Sunday 3/15 for an in-covenant class. Lunch will be provided. Please email administrator@liberti.org with questions or to sign up. 

WOMEN'S RETREAT 2015
The women's retreat is a fun and relaxing weekend away where we connect more intimately with God and each other - you don't want to miss it! We'll be heading to Ocean City, NJ again from May 15 - 17, where Julie Van Til will be speaking to us on the topic of "Rhythms of Life - Rhythms of the Sabbath." Click here to learn more and sign up.

CURT THOMPSON SEMINAR
2200 Arch Counseling Services, one of Liberti's ministry partners, is hosting psychiatrist Dr. Curt Thompson for a day-long seminar on April 24 at the First Baptist Building. The topic for the day will be "Anatomy of the Soul: Renew Your Mind, Change Your Brain." This is an educational opportunity for clinicians, social workers, lay-leaders, and anyone interested in the relationship between neurobiology and the biblical narrative. Early registration is $25, or $10 for grad students. Click here for more information and to register. 

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