Liberty Church Brooklyn Opens Doors in the Former "City of Churches"

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New church plant to hold weekly services in Brooklyn starting Sunday, January 19 at 9:30 a.m.

Paul and Andi Andrew, Lead Pastors of Liberty Church

“Liberty Church Brooklyn is a church for the young and the old, the believers and the skeptics. It’s a church for everyone – for Brooklyn,” says Paul Andrew, Lead Pastor of Liberty Church.

The mid-19th century was an exciting time for Brooklyn – ground was broken on Prospect Park, the first carousel in Coney Island was erected, and the iconic Brooklyn brownstones were popping up across the borough to house the influx of new, middle-class residents. In those days, Brooklyn was known as “The City of Churches.” Today, Liberty Church announces that on Sunday, January 19, Liberty Church Brooklyn will join the movement to bring life-giving churches back to Brooklyn, opening its doors for the first of its weekly services starting at 9:30 a.m. at the United Artist’s Cinema at 106 Court Street in Downtown Brooklyn.

During the service, guests can expect a friendly atmosphere and a real sense of community, with heartfelt worship music and bible-based teaching for everyday people, with real-time Spanish translation available. Join the team in the lounge before and after the service for coffee, tea, snacks and good conversation. Liberty Church places a huge value on family and the generations, including its dynamic Liberty Kids program, which will run concurrent to the services.

“Liberty Church Brooklyn is a church for the young and the old, the believers and the skeptics. It’s a church for everyone – for Brooklyn,” says Paul Andrew, Lead Pastor of Liberty Church. “We’re believing to stand with other churches in this community, and help Brooklyn reclaim the title that it once held as ‘The City of Churches.’”

With its emphasis on building a community, not just a crowd, Liberty Church also holds mid-week Community Groups. The new Community Group season, which starts February 3, includes a variety of spiritual, personal-development and spiritual-focused groups for all life-stages. Around 80 percent of the Liberty Church community typically participates in Community Groups.

Liberty Church Brooklyn is the newest church plant in the Liberty Church family, which began in 2010 when lead pastors Paul and Andi Andrew made the decision to move with their kids from Sydney to New York City to plant Liberty Church. At the time, they knew only two other people in the city. Just a few short years later, what started as a dream has flourished into a dynamic, growing community that is making a difference in New York City and beyond, with communities in Lower Manhattan, Union Square, London and Zimbabwe.

For more information, or to pre-register your child for Liberty Kids, visit http://www.libertybrooklyn.com.

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