Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Youth Group, Christmas Party and Sleepovers

Liberty youth group invites middle school students to come to youth group on Dec. 2nd and 16th at the block house from 7-8:30pm. On December 16th we'll be having our famous Christmas party.  Bring a wrapped gag (or real) gift priced $5 or less to play in our gift exchange game. 

Also we'll be having Guys and Girls sleepovers on the night of December 30th from 8pm to 11am the following morning. Guys will be staying at the church. Girls will be sleeping over at the Johnssons 2622 Deer Park Rd Finksburg, MD 21048.  Everybody, bring a sleeping bag and pad. Girls, bring a snack to share. Guys, bring airsoft gear for the following morning.  

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Airsoft Action Oct 27 8-11:30 AM

It's that time again. Time to shoot friends and get shot for fun. We'll be playing several rounds of Airsoft on the church's grounds on October 27th from 8-11:30 AM.  Meet at the block house at 8 AM.  We'll finish by 11 AM and finish cleaning up by 11:30 AM.  Guys and Girls of any age are invited to play. Bring your own gun and ammo (we have some extra.) Bring your own eye protection and cold weather gear. 

Gentlemen (only), you are invited to spend the night on October 26th and help clean up after the Fall Harvest Festival. If you're not helping during the Festival, you may come at 8pm Oct 26th to help clean up.  We'll be sleeping in the Old Sanctuary. Airsoft paraphenalia stays in the block house. 

Volunteers Needed for Fall Harvest Festival Oct 26 5-8pm

Every year hundreds of folks from our community come to Liberty's Fall Harvest Festival. This is a great way to serve our neighbors and minister the great grace that we've been shown in Christ. We're stepping it up this year and including another moonbounce (fingers crossed) a costume contest/parade, weenie roast and s'mores at the bonfire, and a teen hangout in the block house. We're doing all this in addition to our usual games and candy in the gym. So we need your help.

I'm looking for groups of two or three to run a game or activity all night. Here's what I still need volunteers for: (come in costume if you like)
Football Throw game, Bowling, Ball Pool, Lollipop Tree, Pumpkin Painting, Candy Distributors, Moon Bounce bouncers, Evangelists, Costume Contest judges, Bonfire chefs, Block House Hosts.

So far Caleb T. and Micah C. are signed up to run the Hockey game, Nathaniel D. on bowling, Kaiah and Kylie on pin the pumpkin, Dan H. and Caleb C. on whack-a-mole.

I also need your help publicizing this, telling friends and Liberty Christian School alumni, and responding to our facebook event.

Finally, I need your help praying that this event would be a place where we could share the love of Christ with our neighbors.

Scripture readings for 2012-2013

"So faith comes from hearing and hearing by the word of Christ." Romans 10:17

If you want to grow in holiness, to grow in love for God, to overcome sin, to gain wisdom, to know God's great love for you, you will read your Bible. To encourage you in that work we assign the following readings to coincide with your studies in Sunday school.

Middle schoolers: read a half chapter a day five days a week from Acts and various letters
High schoolers: read a chapter a day five days a week from the Pentateuch (until we get to Deuteronomy then 6 days a week)

Sept 2-8
Acts 1:1-11, 1:12-26, 2:1-13, 2:14-47, 3:1-10

Sept 9-15
Genesis 1,2,3,4,5
Acts 3:11-26,4:1-22, 4:23-37,5:1-16, 5:17-42

Sept 16-22
Genesis 6,7,8,9,10
Acts 6:1-7, 6:8-15, 7:1-29, 7:30-60, 8:1-25

Sept 23-29
Gen 11,12,13,14,15
Acts 8:26-40, 9:1-31, 9:32-43, 10:1-33, 10:34-48

Sept 30-Oct 6
Gen 16,17,18,19,20
Acts 11:1-18, 11:19-30, 12:1-19, 12:20-25, 13:1-12

Gen 21,22,23,24,25
Acts 13:13-52, 14:1-7, 14:8-28, 15:1-21, 15:22-41

Oct 14-20
Gen 26,27,28,29,30
Acts 16:1-15, 16:16-40, 17:1-15, 17:16-34, 18:1-23

Oct 21-27
Gen 31,32,33,34,35
Acts 18:24-28, 19:1-20, 19:21-41, 20:1-16, 20:17-38

Oct 28-Nov 3
Gen 36,37,38,39,40
Acts 21:1-16, 21:17-36, 21:37-22:21, 22:22-29, 22:30-23:11

Nov 4-10
Gen 41,42,43,44,45
Acts 23:12-35, 24:1-21, 24:22-27, 25:1-12, 25:13-27

Nov 11-17
Gen 46,47,48,49,50
Acts 26:1-11, 26:12-32, 27:1-12, 27:13-44, 28:1-31

Nov 18-24
Exodus 1,2,3,4,5
1 Corinthians 1:1-17, 1:18-31, 2:1-5, 2:6-16, 3:1-9

Nov 25-Dec 1
Exo 6,7,8,9,10
1 cor 3:10-23, 4:1-13, 4:14-21, 5:1-8 5:9-13,

Dec 2-8
Exo 11,12,13,14,15
1 cor 6:1-11, 6:12-20, 7:1-24, 7:25-40, 8:1-13,

Dec 9-15
Exo 16,17,18,19,20
1 cor 9:1-14, 9:15-27, 10:1-22, 10:23-11:1, 11:2-16,

Dec 16-22
Exo 21,22,23,24,25
1 cor 11:17-34, 12:1-11, 12:12-31, 13:1-7, 13:8-13

Dec 23-29
Exo 26,27,28,29,30
1 cor 14:1-25, 15:1-34, 15:35-58, 16:1-11, 16:12-24

Dec 30-Jan 5
Exo 31,32,33,34,35
2 Corinthians 1:1-11, 1:12-2:4, 2:5-11, 2:12-17, 3:1-11

Jan 6-12
Exo 36,37,38,39,40
2 cor. 3:12-18, 4:1-6, 4:7-18, 5:1-10, 5:11-21

Jan 13-19
Leviticus 1,2,3,4,5
2 cor. 6:1-13, 6:14-18, 7:1-9, 7:10-16, 8:1-15,

Jan 20-26
Leviticus 6,7,8,9,10
2 cor. 8:16-24, 9:1-5, 9:6-15, 10:1-6, 10:7-18

Jan 27-Feb 2
Leviticus 11,12,13,14,15
2 cor. 11:1-15, 11:16-33, 12:1-10, 12:11-21, 13:1-4

Feb 3-9
Lev 16,17,18,19,20
2 cor. 13:5-14, 1 Thessalonians 1:1-4, 1:5-12, 2:1-16, 2:17-3:5

Feb 10-16
Lev 21,22,23,24,25
1 Thess. 3:6-13, 4:1-12, 4:13-18, 5:1-11, 5:12-28,

Feb 17-23
Lev 26,27,28,29,30
2 Thessalonians 1:1-4, 1:5-12, 2:1-12, 2:13-17, 3:1-5

Feb 24-Mar 2
Lev 31,32,33,34,35
2 Thess. 3:6-18, 1 Timothy 1:1-11, 1:12-20, 2:1-7, 2:8-15

Mar 3-9
Lev 36,37, Numbers 1,2,3
1 Tim. 3:1-13, 3:14-16, 4:1-5, 4:6-16, 5:1-16,

Mar 10-16
Num 4,5,6,7,8
1 Tim. 5:17-25, 6:1-10, 6:11-21, 2 Timothy 1:1-7, 1:8-18

Mar 17-23
Num 9,10,11,12,13
2 Tim. 2:1-13, 2:14-26, 3:1-9, 3:10-17, 4:1-8

Mar 24-30
Num 14,15,16,17,18
2 Tim. 4:9-22, Titus 1:1-4, 1:5-16, 2:1-10, 2:11-15

Mar 31-April 6
Num 19,20,21,22,23
Titus 3:1-11, 3:12-15, Philemon 1:1-7, 1:8-25, 1 Peter 1:1-12

April 7-13
Num 24,25,26,27,28
1 Pet. 1:13-25, 2:1-12, 2:13-25, 3:1-12, 3:13-22

April 14-20
Num 29,30,31,32,33
1 Pet. 4:1-11, 4:12-19, 5:1-5, 5:6-14, 2 Peter 1:1-15

April 21-27
Num 34,35,36 Deut 1,2,3,4,
2 Pet. 1:16-21, 2:1-11, 2:12-22, 3:1-13, 3:14-18

April 28-May 4
Deut 5,6,7,8,9,10
1 John 1:1-4, 1:5-10, 2:1-14, 2:15-29, 3:1-24

May 5-11
Deut 11,12,13,14,15,16
1 John 4:1-6, 4:7-18, 5:1-12, 5:13-21, 2 John 1:1-6

May 12-18
Deut 17,18,19,20,21,22
2 John 1:7-13, 3 John 1:1-8, 1:9-15, Jude 1:1-16, 1:17-23

May 19-25
Deut 23,24,25,26,27,28

May 26-31
Deut 29,30,31,32,33,34

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

We be grillin! Sept. 9th 6-8:30pm

Back to School? Let's celebrate with a cookout this Sunday night at the church.

We'll be providing the hotdogs, buns, paper goods, and condiments.
Ladies: bring a dessert or drink to share
Guys: bring a side or chips to share.
(big families: just bring whatever you want =)

Middle and High School Students, you're invited to join us for our kickoff of the fall youth group season. We'll be meeting every other Sunday night from 7-8:30pm to hang out, worship, pray, and snack. We be playing Gaga, football, soccer, basketball, volleyball, darts, foosball, and wii. We'll be discussing whether there is a God and reasons for belief in Him. (If you've been convinced for awhile these sessions will help train you in how to talk to others who don't believe. It's also a great place to bring friends and neighbors who don't already believe.) We'll be using Lee Stroebel's "Case for Faith" and "Case for a Creator" to help answer the big questions.

So we'll provide the hotdogs, buns, paper goods, and condiments. Come at 6pm. Get picked up at 8:30pm.
Ladies: bring a dessert or drink to share
Guys: bring a side or chips to share.
And of course, everybody...bring a friend!

See the calendar at the bottom of this page for future youth events.

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Beach Trip, Youth Group, and Fall Schedule

Surf's up dude! Take a beach trip with us to Delaware Seashore State Park August 15th. We'll meet at the church at 6am and return at 8pm.  Come as a family or RSVP if you're coming as an individual. If you're coming as a family bring $12 cash for the Bay Bridge and Parking fees. If you're coming by yourself bring $5 to give to your driver. Please RSVP to Nick by this Sunday August 12th.
What to bring: swimsuit, sunscreen, towel, lunch, water bottle, cash for fast food dinner, $5 for your driver.

Summer youth group continues. Come and bring your friends as we talk about talking. The Bible has some helpful advice when it comes to communication so come out Thursday nights in August from 7-9pm for fun and fellowship. 9th, 16th, and 23rd.

Fall schedule. We'll be having youth group for 6th-12th graders every other Sunday night in the fall.  We'll start with a kickoff picnic Sunday Night September 9th 6-8:30pm. We'll be teaching through Lee Stroebel's "Case for Faith" and "Case for a Creator" dealing with questions like: "Why believe anything?" "Is there a God?" "Why is there evil?" See our calendar below for specific dates. We'll still be having youth sunday schools where the middle school wil be studying Acts and the High School will be studying the Pentateuch. There are no plans for FISH and Wyldlife services.

Thursday, June 7, 2012

Updated youth group time and cancelled event

Summer youth group is 7-9pm most Thursday nights. Refer to the google calendar at the bottom of the page for specific dates.
Due to low interest we will not be having a trip to Adventure Park USA. The Hancocks however have graciously opened up their home and pool to us. So on Wednesday June 13th from 8am to 12 noon we'll have swimming and game playing at the Hancocks. I know 8am is early for a summer morning it's just that some of us like to play games that take a long time to play. Come when you wake up and bring your bathing suit. If you need a ride, contact Nick. 443-two eight six- 5886.

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Parents' Meeting and Summer plans

Parent's Meeting: Sunday May 27th please join us in the back of the Old Sanctuary for an informational meeting about where we've been and where we're going in the youth ministry. We will be talking about the summer schedule and strategy. There will be time for discussion and prayer. Youth will have their final week of sunday school in their usual places.

Final F.I.S.H.: This Sunday 6-9pm make sure to come to the Hathaway's for our final FISH of the year (and perhaps for a long time.) Bring your journals and pens we still have more work to do in our evangelism training. We'll be having a cookout starting at 6pm. Please RSVP to Nick, 443-286-5886 so I know how many hotdogs to get. If you're coming please bring a side or dessert to share, we'll provide the hot dogs, buns, drinks and paper goods. Families are welcome. We'll go from 6-9pm.  Our house is at 1630 Brimfield Circle Sykesville MD 21784.

Summer Family Sunday School: Beginning June 3rd Middle School, High School and families are welcome to attend our Summer Family Sunday school. This year we'll be meeting in the Block House. I know...we'll have to do a little rearranging. (The Adult Education Committee wants to try to reserve the Sanctuary for the Praise team. But we'll move into the Old Sanctuary if there's too many of us for the block building.)
We'll be studying the Ten Commandments. We'll take a look at the actual wording of each command, it's Old Testament Interpretation, it's New Testament Interpretation, the Westminster Catechism's Interpretation along with some discussion. If you'd like to prepare for June 3rd you can start by memorizing questions 39-44 in the Shorter Catechism.

Summer Youth Group: Thursday nights from 7-9pm. Those going into 6th grade all the way up to those graduating from High School are welcome to join us for our summer youth group happening on Tuesdays throughout the summer. We'll be playing and we'll be studying Media Ecology and memorizing verses about Communicating Christianly in an age of cellphones, internet, social media, and email. Verses will be forthcoming. You can prepare by taking a look at the churchs' policy on Christian Communication found on our website.

Leadership Training: Tuesday nights at 8pm at the Hathaways we'll be offering leadership training for those interested in helping out with youth ministry in the next year. It will be a time of prayer, fellowship, and bible study in the pursuit of Christian maturity. If you're interested please contact Nick at 443-286-5886.

Kids Club: Tuesday nights at 7pm in the middle of Brimfield circle the Hathaways and some friends will be hosting a Kids club for neighborhood youth. We'll play a game, sing a song or two, listen to a Bible lesson and have a snack. If you're interested in helping out or providing a snack one week please contact Nick. This would be a great way for those going on the Chattanooga trip to practice before going down to Chattanooga.

Chattanooga Team: Contact Becky Hancock for your assignments and responsibilities for the car wash. You're all responsible for writing a support letter and sending it out to friends and family in order to raise support for our mutual mission. If you need help with this, please contact Nick. Furthermore, you should begin strategizing for your different tasks: Sarah Smith, Ben Hancock plan music. Abby Blackburn, Nathan Goedeke, and Alex Vesotsky plan bible talks. Marissa Cote, Ben Cote, Carl Anderson plan 3 crafts. Josh Crone, Isaac Crone, Dalton Will get information and tools for work.

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Baccalaureate and a Dam Walk

Please join us in congratulating our graduating high school seniors this Sunday after church. We will be having lunch in the fellowship hall immediately after worship so I could use some help setting up tables, chairs, and laying out plasticwear for our meal between sunday school and service this sunday. Please RSVP to the church office by friday with numbers for your family if you're planning on attending since we will be ordering sandwiches. Also, please bring a side or dessert to share.
If you are one of the graduates families, this is a reminder that I need you to gather 10-20 digital pictures of your graduate that I can turn into a slideshow. I will need them by early friday morning. If you need to scan pictures in, you can come into the church office to do so on friday morning. You will also need to prepare a brief word for your graduate. This might include some joking, some challenging, and some congratulating. The youth ministry will provide a gift for each graduate.
The night of Sunday the 20th, we'll be meeting at the Liberty Dam (drive all the way down to the dam itself) promptly at 7pm and walking back to church on the fire path through the woods. Bring a comfortable pair of sneakers. Call Nick at 443- two eight six- 5886 with any questions regarding the walk.

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Softball and Cuatro de Mayo

This weekend we'll be having our mini-missions conference. We won't be having youth sunday school this sunday instead we'll all be meeting in the sanctuary to hear from our missionaries.
We will be having Youth Group at 7pm where we'll play some softball as the weather allows. So please bring a mitt and bat if you have one. We'll play on the soccer field.
May 4th from 6-7pm in the fellowship hall we'll be having our Chattanooga Fundraising Dinner called "Cuatro de Mayo." We'll be be having a Fajita dinner served by the youth mission team. So please come and support your missionaries and give us a chance to serve you.  We'll spend a little time telling you about how the kingdom is advancing in Chattanooga and a little time trying to get your support.

Monday, April 16, 2012

30 hour Famine and Chattanooga Dinner

Those who are doing 30 hour famine: Remember to contact friends, family, and church members to get donations to raise money to feed the hungry. I've had several church members tell me they're just waiting to be approached about supporting fasters. Please contact folks to ask for donations. If you still need a donation sheet come by the church office.
Begin your fast from food (or modified fast for those with health issues) at 12 noon on Friday. Because of lack of volunteers we will not be holding a sleepover on Friday night. Instead, arrive at the church at 8am on Saturday so that we can travel down to Grace EP in Davidsonville to listen to Covenant Seminary Professor Jerram Barrs talk about "Who is my neighbor?" We will return to church at 1 pm. Then we will do activities at the church until 6pm. Parents, come at 6pm with an entree or salad to share. We will break our fast from 6pm to 6:30pm in the Fellowship Hall. (Also, if you'd like you can bring a small donation to Grace EP for letting us attend their conference.)
You can attend all or part of the 30 hour famine activities but please let me know through email so that I can plan accordingly. thehathawayhome@gmail.com

Cuatro de Mayo! Mark your calendars for the Chattanooga Fundraising Dinner here at the church on May 4th. We'll be serving Mexican style dishes and raising money for our Mission Trip. Meal to start at 6pm.

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

News Flash and Date Change

Friday night is the showing of the movie Courageous and we could still use some volunteers to babysit with us. We'll be meeting in the nursery at 5pm and perhaps going until 10pm. Food will be provided.

Chattanooga Mission Team: Please remember to meet us after Courageous, downstairs and bring your calendars so that we can coordinate our fundraising events. If you haven't paid your deposit please do so. And get started on your application.

Sunday night from 7-9 is FISH at the Maddens 1583 Brimfield Circle Sykesville, MD 21784

Paintball will now be held on Saturday the 7th. The groupon that we got to reduce our price isn't available for use on weekdays. We still have spots open at the lower price of $17 for everything.

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Paintball April 9th 9am

You're invited to compete for the Calvin Cup against Covenant of Grace youth group in a Paintball battle at Paintball Adventure Park in Taneytown, 3939 Old Taneytown Road; (410) 756-4200. Meet at church at 9:00am or at the park at 10am. Cost: $35.00 (includes rental gun & mask, field fee, all day air, & 500 paintballs. Only $17 for the next 8 people to pay.) Have your own gun, mask & paint? Cost is $15.00 for all day play & air. Bring lunch, lots of water & $ for more paintballs Under 18? You will need to have parent sign waiver, found at http://www.paintballwholesalers.com/Field-Waiver/

Also coming up: Serve the City Saturday March 24th 8am-5pm. Meet promptly at the church at 8am. Breakfast, lunch, and T-shirt will be provided. Consider bringing a $20 donation. Bring work gloves.

X-Factor: Dodge Ball 7-8:30pm Sunday March 25th

Babysitting for Courageous, meet at 5pm at the gym on March 30th

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Upcoming Events

March 11th X-Factor: Volleyball will be happening this Sunday night from 7-8:30pm. This event is for middle and high schoolers to grow in their understanding of theology and have some fun while doing it. Friends are always welcome, snacks are always appreciated, and parents are always welcome to stay. We'll be continuing to discuss Pnuematology or the study of the Holy Spirit. We'll be presenting the argument for why the Spirit is God.

March 18th FISH: Fellowship in Student's Homes. 7-9pm This is a time for high school students to become equipped to share their faith. Please bring your journal, a pen, your bible, and a snack or dessert to share. The Mitchell's have kindly agreed to host:

March 24th Serve the City: We'll begin at the church at 8am and head down to the city to gather with other volunteers before heading out to our site to serve Baltimore. We'll rendezvous in the city for an early catered dinner and be back at the church by 5:30pm. Suggested donation is $20 to offset the costs of t-shirts, lining up work, breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Bring gloves and work shoes.

March 25th X-Factor: Dodgeball. 7-8:30 for 6-12th graders. Bring your crew, your pads, and some dodge ball attitude. We'll be continuing our study of the Holy Spirit as we talk about gifts.

March 25th $50 Mission Trip deposit due. Because Fairmont ran out of room as did my second choice, we'll be heading back to Chattanooga with great delight. Paul and the crew are looking forward to working with us again. This trip is not only a great chance to get away and do urban ministry but its also a great chance to work on deepening your understanding of the gospel of reconciliation. We'll also throw in a free college visit to the denomination's premiere learning institution, Covenant College. The total cost of the trip is $400 but please don't let money be an issue because we'll do some fundraising. Parents, friends, and older folk from church are welcome to come too. Please let me know as soon as possible if you're interested in going. Fill out this packet within a month. http://s3.amazonaws.com/webtools-template/68b21e24-889c-4087-a048-bcb664c5ec35/umt-participant-packet-2011.pdf
We'll be going the same week as we'd planned before July 21-28.

Courageous! We need some courageous babysitters to help watch kids during the church's showing of courageous. If you're interested in helping with kids, please contact Nick.

Coming Soon:
April 9th Paintball against Covenant of Grace for the Calvin Cup. First 12 guys to sign up get half off the cost. So, first 12 people only pay $17 instead of $35 so sign up soon. We'll be playing in Taneytown. Everybody is welcome.
30 hour famine donation packets available now. We'll be actually fasting on April 20th. On the 21st we'll have an awesome opportunity to hear teaching from Professor Jerram Barrs. Please make this a priority in your schedule even if you can't actually fast or you don't actually raise money. Plan on being there. Parents, I'll need help transporting folks on Saturday to the conference in Anne Arundel County.

Monday, February 13, 2012

Spring Charge: RSVP this weekend

Games, music, skits, great food, and engaging talks await you at the scenic Charter Hall, a happy cluster of buildings nestled between the Chesapeake Bay and Furnace Bay

Leave your electronics behind and enjoy the fun and fellowship of Liberty’s annual Spring Charge. We call it a charge because we’re not retreating, from our problems, but charging up on biblical truth that will equip us to charge forth into life with new spirit.

Who: 6th-12 graders. Bring a friend, neighbor, a relative. They won’t regret coming with you.

What: Bring warm clothes, toiletries, sleeping bag and pillow, Bible, pen and notepad. And $5.

When: $50 and registration is due to Nick on February 26th. Hurry, spaces are limited. Meet at the church, 11301 Liberty rd Owings Mills MD at 5pm, Friday March 2nd and return at 4pm Sunday March 4th.

Where: We will be going to stay at Charter Hall 499 Charter Hall road Perryville, MD 21903. for more info. visit www.charterhall.gomaker.com.

Holy Ghost!!!

I’ve heard about Jesus and I think I know who God the Father is but who, or what, is the Holy Spirit?

Is the Holy Spirit that important? What does the Holy Spirit do?

Is the Holy Spirit like a ghost or more like the Force in Star Wars?

Is the Holy Spirit less of an ‘it’ and more of a ‘he?’

Are fruits of the Spirit real or just made up? Should I see them?

Are spiritual gifts real or are they just glorified personality traits?

What does it mean to be filled/ sealed with the Holy Spirit?

We’ll be answering these questions and more as we spend a weekend looking at the Holy Spirit, studying pneumatology.Name of sponsoring organization:

Liberty Church PCA


11301 Liberty rd Owings Mills, MD 21117

Telephone: 410-655-5466

Name of sponsor’s coordinator:

Nick Hathaway

Description of activity:

Spring Charge youth trip

Date(s) & location of activity:

Mar.2-4 at Charter Hall

Participant Information (To be completed by participant or authorized guardian)

Name of participant:

Name of parents/guardians:



Name of emergency contact:

Telephone (Day):

Telephone (evening):

List allergies or medical conditions:

Is sponsor authorized to approve medical treatment? ❏ Yes ❏ No

Is participant covered by personal/family medical insurance? ❏ Yes ❏ No

If yes, name of insurer:

Policy or group number:

Participation Agreement

I acknowledge that participation in the activity described above involves risk to the Participant (and to Participant’s parents or guardians, if Participant is a minor), and may result in various types of injury including, but not limited to the following: sickness, bodily injury, death, emotional injury, personal injury, property damage and financial damage. In consideration for the opportunity to participate in the activity described above (the “Activity”), the Participant (or parent/guardian if Participant is a minor) acknowledges and accepts the risks of injury associated with participation in and transportation to and from the Activity. The Participant (or parent/guardian) accepts personal financial responsibility for any injury or other loss sustained during the Activity or during transportation to and from the activity, as well as for any medical treatment rendered to the Participant that is authorized by the Sponsor or its agents, employees, volunteers, or any other representatives (collectively referred to hereinafter as the “Activity Sponsor”).

Further, the Participant (or parent/guardian) releases and promises to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the Activity Sponsor for any injury arising directly or indirectly out of the described Activity or transportation to and from the Activity, whether such injury arises out of the negligence of the Activity Sponsor, the Participant, or otherwise. If a dispute over this agreement or any claim for damages arises, the Participant (or parent/guardian) agrees to resolve the matter through a mutually acceptable alternative dispute resolution process. If the Participant (or parent/guardian) and the Activity Sponsor cannot agree upon such a process, the dispute will be submitted to a three-member arbitration panel for resolution pursuant to the rules of the American Arbitration Association.

Signature: Date:

Signature: Date:

Signature: Date:

(Participant and/or ALL parent/guardians if participant is a minor)

Jared Havener: was a youth intern with Liberty Church PCA in the summer of 2009. He did a magnificent job of connecting with youth, engaging with them through sports and activities, and teaching them on a weekly basis in small groups and through talks. Jared’s talks on world religions could have sufficed for college lectures they were so full of content. And yet his demeanor and style communicate even to middle school students in such a way that they can grow in their understanding and be challenged.

Jared lives outside of Pittsburgh and is currently working and going to graduate school at Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary. He recently married his great friend Kelsey who is beginning a career in occupational therapy

Jared loves soccer and played for Lancaster Bible College. He was a passionate fps gamer. Currently his hobbies are spending time with his wife, hanging out with the youth group, and reading the heaviest theology he can get his hands on.

Spring Calendar


3rd 7-9pm Wyld Life

5th 6:30pm FISH at the Cote’s

10-12th Wyld Life leadership weekend in Hunt Valley

19th Please RSVP about Spring Charge!!!

19th 7-8:30pm X-Factor: Basketball

26th: $25 deposit Spring Charge

26th 7-8:30 X-Factor: Zombies!!!


2-4th Spring Charge $50 total

9th 7-9pm Wyld Life

11th 7-8:30pm X-Factor: Volleyball

18th 7-9pm FISH

24th 8am-5pm Serve the City

25th 7-8:30pm X-Factor: Dodgeball


1st 7-9pm FISH

9th 8-11:30am Paintball $TBD

15th 7-8:30 X-Factor: Floor Hockey

20th 12 pm 30 hour famine

21st 6pm Break Fast

29th 7-8:30pm X-Factor: Softball


6th 7-8:30pm X-Factor: Soccer

11th 7-9pm Wyld Life

20th 1pm Baccalaureate

20th 7-8:30pm X-Factor: Dam Walk

27th 6pm FISH cookout

June 25-29th Vacation Bible School

July 21-28th Mission Trip to Chattanooga

Wednesday, January 4, 2012

January Events (Parents meeting Jan. 22nd!)

January 6th 6-8pm Wyld Life Leadership with the Young Life crew at Trevor Felkner's apartment 485 Pleasanton rd. Apt. 11 Westminster MD 21157. Bring your bible and a couple bucks for pizza.
January 8th 7-9pm FISH at the Kraus house 5804 Hanna road Sykesville MD 21784. Bring your bible, your journal, a pen, and a snack or dessert to share. This event is for evangelism training for those high school aged and older.
January 13th 7-9pm Wyld Life in the LCS gym. This is an outreach event for middle school students so all you have to bring is a friend!
January 15th 7-8:30pm X-Factor: Manhunt. Manhunt is team hide-and-go-seek in the church, in the dark. Bring your bible and a friend as we continue our series on "How things get fixed."
January 22nd 12:30-2pm Parents meeting. Immediately following the service parents and families are invited to come downstairs to the fellowship hall and share a potluck meal together. We'll then discuss Youth Ministry at Liberty, the spring schedule, and the summer mission trip. Each family please bring food to share. We'll provide drinks and plasticware.
January 22nd 7-8:30pm X-Factor: Capture the Flag Bring your jacket and gloves to stay warm in this fast action, outdoor game. Don't forget to invite your friends & bring your bible.
January 29th 6-8pm Congregational Meeting Youth, we'll be serving either in babysitting or helping serve food so please come ready to put others first.