As you are well-aware, the global community is facing a rather difficult health pandemic knowns as Covid-19 (Corona Virus). Countries and organizations are responding to this significant health concern by taking steps to protect citizens and patrons. We at Liberty Church are also taking responsible steps in order to take good care of one another.
In keeping with the Chief Medical Officer’s request to not gather in settings with 50 or more people, we have chosen to hold our 10:30am Sunday Worship Gathering on-line.
You can access our live-feed by clicking on “Watch” link in our menu. This link will bring you to our Facebook Page where you will be able to watch our service for free. You may also stream or download our entire catalogue of weekend messages from Soundcloud by clicking here.
To cooperate with the social distancing call of our provincial health officials, we have suspended our in-person worship gatherings and programs until April 6th. We will provide updates in the weeks ahead.
We are praying that this COVID-19 health concern will be resolved quickly.
We may be meeting differently, but our mission remains the same: “To lead people in a deeper understanding of the Gospel of Grace.” Therefore, to the extent that you are able, we would appreciate your continued and cheerful giving in order to maintain the viability of Liberty Church. We understand that in times like these, every dollar counts. That is why we are committed to spending only what you give. We ask that you pray for God to give us wisdom as we seek to be faithful stewards of your giving dollars.
As always, we will continue to serve you the best we can. It is our belief that in troubling times the Church is not called to do less, but to do more. That is why we commit to be here for you. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us if you need assistance of any kind.
We hope to see you online Sundays at 10:30 am.
We are trusting God together and taking appropriate, and responsible action.
- Government of Canada
- Province of Ontario
- Public Health Agency of Canada
- Public Health Ontario
- Durham Region Health Department
General Directions for Prevention
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
- Stay home if you are sick. Do not go to work, class or public gatherings.
- Cough or sneeze into your sleeve or elbow.
- Clean and disinfect surfaces, especially those that are high-touch areas