Jesus said : Love your neighbor as yourself
Biggie said : Spread Love, It's the Brooklyn way
Joining this group means you will be a part of the community engagement team to pave the way for the church to bring love and God's heart for justice to schools in our neighborhood.
We can't wait to jumpstart Wednesday mornings with a good cup of joe and conversation with YOU at the Brooklyn Roasting Company in Dumbo. Whether you are an early bird, or challenging yourself to be one, this group invites you to kick off the start of your day to share whats going on in your world, what we can be praying/believing for, what to hold one another accountable to, and of course, get caffeinated. We want to get to know you, and can't wait to hang out and toast many mugs with you throughout the season!
Welcome to the Sophomore season of Liberty Brooklyn's Fantasy Football League. In conjunction with Fantasy Football, we will be meeting every week on Monday nights to watch football and fellowship (talk trash about our league).
Gather and join the conversation around the difficulty and freedom that comes through forgiveness. Discuss both sides of seeking and giving forgiveness and the challenges that come alongside the journey. Bring your coffee and start your morning with friends!
Have you considered leading a community group, but need more confidence? This group will train you to effectively lead through hands-on training, Q&A, and participating in a thriving group. Open to all Liberty communities.
We live in a generation overwhelmed by conflicting messages about love, lust, and relationshipsâ??So what better way to gain clarity than talking about it? In this group, we will be diving into Moral Revolution's 40-Day Journey To Purity. It will equip you to walk in a greater understanding of how God created you, and His design for sexuality and relationships.
Connect over coffee with other moms without your wee ones. We'll be taking turns sharing from Proverbs but most of all, it will be a space for encouragement, prayer, and friendship. Meeting every other Saturday morning from 9:30-11am at Local 61.
We will be encouraging and activating everyone to walk in the gift of prophecy that every Christian can walk in. We are passionate about creating a culture where each believer, whether brand new, or a lifetime follower, can be equipped to encourage, build-up, and comfort those around them through the gift of prophecy. We will be reading through the book "Translating God" by Shawn Bolz as our foundation, and sharing a potluck style meal each week!
Are you interested in racial reconciliation in our country? Are you passionate about our church's role in bridging socioeconomic boundaries, in our communities and beyond? Do you believe that church should look like heaven on earth, representing all of God's people no matter race, nationality, gender, or cultural background?
If you answered 'yes' to any of these questions, we would love for you to join us as we read and discuss The Next Evangelicalism: Freeing the Church from Western Cultural Captivity, by Soong-Chan Rah . Our hope for this group is to have a candid conversation and brainstorm about the future of racial reconciliation and representation in our church, the church at large, and beyond.
Revived is a young adult group focused on spiritual growth and community engagement. Revived 2.0 is a group for children aged 5-9, to grow spiritually. it's a fun and safe environment to ask questions, discover what it means and how to live within God's Kingdom even here on earth.
1 Corinthians 6:19-20 reminds us, "Do you not know that your bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit… Therefore honor God with your bodies." Join us as we start our week off right by honoring God by taking care of our bodies! We'll have a 10 minute #MondayMotivation devotional and prayer and 50 minutes of exercise - both low and high intensity options! #fitFam
Connect with the men of Liberty Brooklyn over breakfast. Forge solid relationships as we walk out our faith in New York City as sons, brothers, husbands, and fathers. This group is open year-round to all men.
We will be meeting to develop community and camaraderie as veterans who want to grow a deeper understanding of the cross section between our identities as a veteran and that of a child of God . Our goals are to provide a safe space where we can discuss our past experiences and what they mean for our lives now in addition to exploring how we can support other veterans in and around New York City. Due to the sensitive nature of our conversations, this group will be open to military veterans only.