Sunday, April 1

Liberty Corner Presbyterian Church invites you to celebrate the wonder of Easter and God’s love for everyone. Come and experience JOY!



Celebrate the resurrection with special music and message during four opportunities to worship.

  • NEW TIME! 7 am: Sunrise service, Sanctuary
  • 9:15 am: Traditional service, Sanctuary
  • 10:30 am: Contemporary service, Center Court
  • 11 am: Traditional service, Sanctuary


Liberty Corner Kids, studentLIFE, and Faith Café will not meet on Easter, but childcare will be available for infants through age four from 9 am – 12:15 pm. Pick up worship activities for kids on the way into worship.



Stop by Douglas Hall for a hot breakfast any time between 8 and 11 am. Thank you, Deacons, for providing a delicious meal! Kids, there will be Easter baskets just for you!


Easter Offering

Liberty Corner Presbyterian Church is receiving a special Easter Offering to benefit two relief projects of The Outreach Foundation: Syria and South Sudan.


To contribute, use the Easter Offering envelopes available in the pews on Palm Sunday and Easter or give online at any time. If paying by check, please make your gift to “Liberty Corner Presbyterian Church” with “The Outreach Foundation” in the memo.


  • SYRIA: The Synod of Syria and Lebanon is assisting church families with basic needs: food, medicine, heating fuel, and alternative housing, where needed. But it is also supporting many ministries of those churches: their outreach to displaced and traumatized fellow citizens who have sought refuge in their cities, a kindergarten, a reconciliation program for teens, a conference for university students, transportation for the elderly to church, scholarships for Syrian seminary students. All are examples of the resilience of the Church and its commitment to remain and be “salt and light.” Other partners in the region, such as Bethlehem Bible College and the Middle East Council of Churches, reach out in Christ’s name to Syrian refugees, both Muslim and Christian, who have had to flee to Jordan and Lebanon.

  • SOUTH SUDAN: Since 2012, The Outreach Foundation has been visiting the Presbyterian Church of South Sudan to accompany it in its mission to build a strong country through healthy churches and church-based schools. Civil war in late 2013 put many projects of the church on hold. As people fled to camps for Internally Displaced Persons or to refugee camps in neighboring countries, congregations and parishes have sprung up. Faithful pastors are preaching hope to those who long for peace. Former teachers volunteer to teach children and adults in make-shift schools. The Outreach Foundation is providing Bibles and hymnals to the believers in the camps and teaching materials for the temporary schools. We carry out these ministries in collaboration with the church at the national level, and with churches in nearby Egypt and Ethiopia.

Learn more about The Outreach Foundation and their relief efforts in Syria and South Sudan at www.theoutreachfoundation.org.