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Welcome! Our prayers are for many new & exciting things to happen in your life and at East Liberty this year!

Welcome

Join Us  Sundays
10:45am or 6:00pm

Welcome to East Liberty Church of the Nazarene!

East Liberty Church of the Nazarene is looking for you, your family, friends, co-workers, and acquaintances to join with us as we seek God, and continue to equip our church to reach out to others and extend the hand of God through love, commitment, discipleship, community mindedness, and meeting people where they are in life.

We are striving to help build God’s Kingdom and worship Him through prayer, music, teaching the Bible, and building supporting relationships as we each walk through life’s various journeys.  

East Liberty is a NO JUDGMENT ZONE.  ALL ARE WELCOME!!

Service Times

9:30 am Sunday School

10:45 am Morning Worship

6:00 pm Sunday Evening Service

7:00 pm Wednesday Evening Bible Study

7:00 pm Wednesday – TEEN Group

Announcements

Flying Solo Upcoming Events:

(Please Register if attending via contact form)

July 12, 2019 - 10:15 AM - Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad. We will be meeting at the church. Sign-up must be completed no later than Sunday, June 30th and the tickets need to be pre-paid.

July 18, 2019: Sr. Solo meets at 1:00 PM. Flying Solo meets at 6:30 pm.

July 27, 2019 - Summit County Fair Outing. Check below for more details.


Click here for more details (cost, etc.) on the Summer Schedule.

Groups

9:30 AM Tuesdays
Ladies Bible Study

1st Tuesdays
Ladies Dinner Out

1:00 & 6:30 PM 3rd Thursdays
Flying Solo and Living Ready & On Purpose

We are still adding new ministries, so check back soon!

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Pastor's Corner

When Jesus was asked what is the greatest commandment,  He replied with what we know as loving the Lord our God with all our heart, soul, and mind.  Subtly, in our culture today many Christians have unknowingly turned that into:  "Love and take care of my needs and dreams first,  Lord,  then I will be inclined to give you more of my time and attention."

Maybe that sounds like some drastic conclusions on my part, but all one has to do is look at his or her priorities in life.  I think we would do ourselves well to examine our hearts and see which comes first.

Not the chicken or the egg.  Rather, are we to serve the Lord or is He to serve us.  Which comes first?

Blessings,

Pastor Mike

pastor Mike Hirschfelt

Pastor's Corner is written by Pastor Mike Hirschfelt and updated each week.