SUMMER AT LIBERTI
We’ll be continuing our ministry this summer through a variety of different discipleship groups and community activities both in Center City and on the Main Line. There will be many opportunities to stay connected, and if you’re new here, plenty of chances to get plugged in and meet people! Check out our website for more information. 

OUTDOOR SERVICE & PICNIC - MAIN LINE CAMPUS
On June 7, we will be doing a special outdoor service, followed by a picnic! The family-friendly service will begin at 11:00 AM, and will take place in the Ballbach’s backyard (415 Boxwood Rd., Bryn Mawr). Invite friends and neighbors, and plan to join us!

WHEN HELPING HURTS DISCIPLESHIP GROUP 
When we begin to engage poverty on the ground level, it can be draining and take a toll on a person. We may have questions like: Where do I begin? Or, am I even making a difference? Does it even matter? This summer, Vito Baldini will be leading a study of When Helping Hurts, and together we’ll begin to answer these questions as we think about how Liberti Church can better serve the Philadelphia region. This group will meet at the First Baptist Church Building at 7:00 PM on Tuesday nights, beginning on June 9. Click here more info and to sign up.

CONGREGATIONAL MEETING
Join us on Sunday, June 14 for our annual congregational meeting. During this time, we will hear about all that God has done through Liberti this past year and learn more about what’s in store for the next year. We will also review the proposed budget for 2015-16. We'll have two opportunities to attend: immediately following the Main Line service at Rosemont college, and at 6:00 PM at the First Baptist Church Building.

COFFEE HOUR TIME CHANGE - MAIN LINE CAMPUS
For the summer months, beginning on June 14, we are going to enjoy coffee hour after the worship service, from 12:15 - 1:00 PM. We invite you to join us for this time of community building each week!

BUDGET UPDATE
As we near the conclusion of the fiscal year, Liberti has a projected deficit of $50,000. For more about this, and to read Executive Pastor Mike Harder's call to action, click here.

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