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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 build 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

Baby Dedication Day

May 5, 2019

May 5, 2019 10:45 AM

May 5, 2019

Baby Dedication Day, Sunday - May 5th during the morning worship. (10:45 AM) If you would like to have your baby dedicated on Sunday, May 5th, please send a contact form to the Pastor and/or see him Sunday morning at church.

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Mother's Day Dinner

May 11, 2019

May 11, 2019 4:00 PM

May 11, 2019

Canal Grille - 2223 Locust St., Canal Fulton, OH 44614

RSVPs Required - Either sign up at the Welcome Center or email an RSVP via the contact form.

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Groups

9:30 AM Tuesdays
Ladies Bible Study

6:30 PM 2nd & 4th Tuesdays
Young Ladies Bible Study

6:30 PM Tuesdays
Bible Study Series - "Battlefield of the Mind"

1st Tuesdays
Ladies Dinner Out

6:30 PM 3rd Thursdays
Flying Solo and Living Ready & On Purpose - Coming Soon!

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

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Pastor's Corner

My prayer for you is that no matter what is taking place in your life today you would realize there truly is hope.

I know that sounds like boring preacher-talk but I want to emphasize how true my statement really is.   Easter Sunday we remember that Jesus suffered and died for the sins of humanity.  More than that,  we remember that He rose from the dead.  I have seen some pretty remarkable miracles in my life but I have never seen anyone come back from the dead after several days.  Neither have you.

What that tells me is that even under the worst circumstances in life there is still hope.  Lying in the grave dead, and lifeless for three days has to be probably the worst set of circumstances anyone could wind up in.  I think you would agree.  And yet, He overcame that.  He beat it.  He is alive and He is alive today!

If you are searching for hope, does it not seem to make perfect sense to look for it by looking to Him and only Him from here on out?

Blessings,

Pastor Mike

pastor Mike Hirschfelt

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