Sunday, April 9

You are invited to celebrate the hope of Easter at Liberty Corner Presbyterian Church. Join us for an uplifting morning of music, message, and treats for kids. We offer three opportunities to worship.

Traditional Services

9 am & 11 am | Sanctuary
Held in our historic Sanctuary, the Traditional Services include scripture, a message, prayer, and our favorite Easter hymns with music of the organ, piano, a string quartet, and the Easter Choir.

Contemporary Service

10:30 am | Center Court
At this more casual service set in Center Court, hear scripture and a message, and sing praise songs led by the Worship Team on guitars, keys, and drums.
We will livestream worship at 9 am and 10:30 am, available at, the Liberty Corner Church app, @LibertyCornerChurch, and YouTube.

Children & Students

Children and students are always welcome in worship! We encourage you to celebrate this special day as a family. If your youngest needs extra wiggle room, childcare will be available for infants through age four during each worship service.

Worship activities for kids will be available near the entrances to worship. Be sure to pick up an Easter treat for elementary-age children.

Liberty Corner Kids, Salt & Light Student Ministry, and Faith Café will resume on Sunday, April 16.

Easter Breakfast

Join us for a continental breakfast and coffee available in Douglas Hall from 8 am-9 am and again from 10am-11 am, or in Center Court from 9:30am -10:30 am. Thank you to the Deacons for hosting! 

Directions & Parking

The church is located at 45 Church Street in the Liberty Corner section of Bernards Township. The Sanctuary entrance faces Church Street. Please drive around to the back of the church campus to access Center Court.

Easter Offering

Each year we receive a special Easter Offering. This year’s Easter offering will go toward the Ukraine Appeal of  The Outreach Foundation, one of our longstanding mission partners.

The Outreach Foundation has been privileged to work with several partners on the ground in and around Ukraine. Every effort has helped displaced families experience God’s love in tangible ways.

Dr. Ivan Rusyn, president of Ukraine Evangelical Theological Seminary (UETS) in Kyiv shares: “When this war started all we had was ourselves, our bodies, our hands. But we had nothing to give. Because of you, we have been able to give food, warmth, shelter, God’s Word, and be the face of Jesus when everyone wondered ‘Where is God?’ Thank you.” 
The need remains great. Donations to the Easter Offering will continue these efforts.

We will receive the Easter Offering at all worship services on Sunday, April 9. If paying by check, please make your gift to “Liberty Corner Presbyterian Church” with “Easter Offering” in the memo.

You can also contribute at any time online by clicking the link below and selecting "Easter Offering" as the designation.