Spiritual Growth

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

Sundays, 9:15 am & 10:30 am

Faith Cafe meets on Sunday mornings throughout the school year for coffee, study, and conversation. No registration is required and new participants are welcome at any time. 

This fall, Faith Cafe will study The Purpose Driven Life which will complement the "Living On Purpose" sermon series. Since its release, The Purpose Driven Life has transformed millions of lives through its Christ-centered approach to answering life’s most fundamental question: Why on earth am I here?

On the journey, you will find the answers to three of life’s most important questions: 

  • Why am I alive?
  • Does my life matter?
  • What is my life's purpose?

Participants are encouraged to purchase the updated copy of The Purpose Driven Life by Rick Warren. Please contact Anne Havrilla with any questions.

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 in Multipurpose Room B

Join us in a welcoming, unintimidating atmosphere, as we study the Gospel of John verse by verse. From beginner to Bible scholar, all are welcome. Kevin Fox leads us in this study of the Gospel. There is no need to register and there is no homework. To learn more contact Kathi or John Zucchero.

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 next series will be held Saturday, October 27 (9 am-12 pm) and Sunday, November 4 (9-10:25 am). 

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

Connect groups

Are you looking for a way to deepen your faith and connect with others? Joining a Connect Group an opportunity to grow in faith in a small group setting. 

Connect Groups meet weekly for a six-week study of Resilient Faith, starting October 7. 

Meeting dates, times, and locations vary: 

  • Sunday, 3 pm in Basking Ridge
  • Thursday, 7 pm in Basking Ridge
  • Friday, 7 pm in Basking Ridge
  • Friday, 7:30 pm in Basking Ridge

Read more about group leaders here. To participate in a group, please contact Anne Havrilla

RESILIENT FAITH: What happens when faith is not easy? How do we respond when life shakes the foundation of our faith? Based on 1 Peter, Resilient Faith helps us learn how to stand strong in our faith despite the challenges and suffering in life. Topics include:

  • Focused Faith
  • Active Faith
  • Enduring Faith
  • Ready Faith
  • Joyful Faith
  • Victorious Faith

Author Mary Jo Sharp is a former atheist who thought faith was for the weak-minded. She is an Assistant Professor at Houston Baptist University, on faculty with Summit Ministries, and an author.

Women's Ministry

Wednesday Evening Bible Study

Wednesday, 7 pm in the Lounge

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.

Join us as we study Beth Moore's The Patriarchs. Discover God’s pursuit of relationship and the unfolding of his earthly plan: how through one nation - and ultimately one man - all people on earth will be blessed. The Patriarchs is a journey through Genesis 12-50. Explore concepts such as blessing, covenant, and promise, and how they impact your life today. 

To register, contact Cynthia Carroll. Cost is $20 for a workbook.

Thursday Morning Bible Study

Thursday, 9 am in Multipurpose Room B

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.  

Join us as we study Beth Moore's To Live is Christ: The Life and Ministry of Paul. Paul provides us an example of sold-out servanthood. He understood what it means to die daily, crucified with Christ, and how to live fully as a bond servant to Christ. As you study the Book of Acts and the Letters of Paul, you will come to know the characters personally, feeling the challenge to follow the example of Christ, just as Paul endeavored to do. 

To register, contact Sharon Szabo. Cost is $20 for a workbook.

Men's Ministry

Real Men, Real Early

Tuesday, 6:30 am, Multipurpose Room 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. Contact Jack Frost for more information. 

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 will study Act Like Men by James Macdonald beginning in September. Contact Jeff Fette to learn more.

Thursday Group

Thursday, 8 pm, Library

Men of any age, any stage are invited to participate, and new participants are welcome at any time. Studies include various topics for discussion, focusing on developing Christian leadership and topics which affect men. 

The group will study Act Like Men by James Macdonald beginning in September. Contact Don Hansen for more information.  

More Information

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