Spiritual Formation

Liberty Corner Presbyterian Church offers classes and small groups to encourage and support your growing faith. Learn more about the Bible, ask hard questions about life's challenges, and develop genuine community with other believers. Groups meet at various times throughout the week.

Questions? Contact Rev. Anne Havrilla

Faith Cafe

Sunday, 9:15 am, Multi-B

Faith Cafe meets on Sunday mornings for coffee and conversation. No registration is required and new participants are welcome at any time. 

Final Words

The last words of Jesus speak to us across the centuries and draw us closer to him and his sacrifice of love of each of us. The video study “Final Words” helps us to examine Christ’s last hours and precious last words to us, his followers.  What will you hear him say to you?”

Q Place Bible Study

Wednesday, 10 am

Q Place participants ask questions about God and faith in a supportive environment. Discover the Bible and what it means for your life. Geared to all levels of Bible knowledge, this group will study I Corinthians. For more, contact group leaders Jane and Steve Allen

TraversEing the Word

Wednesday, 7 pm

Come study the Gospel of John in a warm, friendly atmosphere. All are welcome, whether you are new to the Bible or have read the Bible your whole life. No registration necessary, no homework required, and you can join at any time. Kevin Fox teaches this verse-by-verse study. Contact Kathi or John Zucchero for more information.


Journey explores what it means to be a covenant partner (member) of Liberty Corner Presbyterian Church. Learn the history of the church, and discover ways to connect and grow in your faith. 

The Journey series begins with a retreat on a Saturday followed by three Sunday morning classes. Participants who choose to join the church will be recognized in worship at the end of the series. 

To learn more or to sign up for the next series, contact Anne Havrilla.  

Connect groups

Connect Groups are an opportunity for you to deepen your faith and develop meaningful friendships. Groups meet weekly for several weeks for study and community. Each group's meeting date, time, and location vary. 

During Lent, groups meet for seven weeks for prayer, encouragement, friendship, and to study 24 Hours that Changed the World by Rev. Adam Hamilton. 

24 HOURS THAT CHANGED THE WORLD: In this DVD study, Hamilton provides a deeper understanding of Jesus’ suffering and death using the Bible, archaeology, geography and history. Visit the holy sites from the Mount of Olives to Calvary and ask at each step along the way:

  • What is the meaning of Jesus’ suffering, death and resurrection?
  • How do I find myself in the story?
  • What is it that I might see and understand differently by being in this place? 

The study is designed to help you experience and understand Jesus’ love for you in his death on the cross in a way you never have before.

To learn more about Connect Groups, contact Anne Havrilla

Women's Ministry

Wednesday Evening Bible Study

Wednesday, 7 pm

This casual, supportive group of women meet to encourage one another as they get to know the Bible more deeply and apply what they have learned to their lives. 

The group is currently studying Henry and Richard Blackaby's Experiencing God: Knowing and Doing the Will of God. Knowing God comes through relationship. Deepen your relationship with God and discover his will for your life. To register for the study, contact Elizabeth Barickman. Cost of the workbook is $20. 

Thursday Morning Bible Study

Thursday, 9 am

You are welcome to be a part of the Thursday morning women's Bible study no matter what your background or level of Bible knowledge.  

The group is currently doing a 10-12-week study called Invitation to Romans. With blazing clarity, Paul's letter to the early churches in Rome revealed both the transforming light of the gospel and the darkness of the surrounding world. Follow the footsteps of the apostle who rocked the Roman Empire to its foundations. Paul's radical gospel of grace lit the fire of the faith that would sweep across Europe and beyond. Exploring how people have interpreted Romans through the ages is a good lens to view the history of Christianity itself. Compare what Paul writes in Romans to what theologians like Augustine, Luther, and Calvin say in trying to understand Paul in their time. To register and purchase a workbook, contact Michelle Richardson. Class materials cost $20.

Women Connected

Join other women for devotions, prayer, refreshments and book discussion. 

Please call the church office for information (908) 647-0340.

Men's Ministry

Real Men, Real Early

Tuesday, 6 - 7:15 am, Multi-B

Men, are you tired of letting the world dictate the pace and outcomes of your life? Tired of going it alone? Then consider joining Real Men, Real Early, as we attempt to understand what it takes to be a "man of God" in today's world. Enjoy friendship, study and discussion.

Wednesday Group

Wednesday, 7 pm, Library

Men of any age, any stage are invited to participate in the Wednesday evening group. New participants are welcome at any time. Studies include various topics for discussion, videos/workbooks focusing on developing Christian leadership in our homes and jobs, and topics which affect men. The group is currently studying the Book of James. Most course materials are provided at very little or no cost to the participant. Contact Jeff Fette to learn more.

Thursday Group

Thursday, 8 pm, Library

This group is starting an eight-week series called Soul Care by Rob Reimer. New participants are welcome at any time. Contact Don Hansen for more information.  

For more information about men's groups, contact Andy Stewart.

More Information

For more information about Spiritual Formation, contact Rev. Anne Havrilla.