Liberti Church Glassboro seeks to

Live, Speak, & Serve

as the very presence of Jesus for Glassboro and the surrounding region

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What is Liberti?

"Liberti" is a Latin word for "freed people."

Calling our church "Liberti" identifies us as people who are experiencing the deepest longing of the human spirit: liberation from sin and death, which Christ provides.

In John chapter 8, Jesus says, "If the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed." Jesus frees us from our sins and from ourselves so that instead of living selfishly, we are liberated to love God and love others.


We are glad you are here and hope you feel welcome and loved at our church! You can explore the following resources to help with getting started at Liberti Church.

  • Photo from a Sunday worship service


    All of life is worship. We are all worshippers, whether we admit it or not. Because we were created for worship, when we do not worship God we worship other finite things; we set our hearts on relationships, careers, money, accomplishments, approval, comfort, power. These are all things that we tend to worship instead of worshipping God. But the Gospel of Jesus Christ sets us free to worship properly.

    Sunday Worship at Liberti Church

  • People talking after a worship service


    The Church is not an event or a place, but a people. Among the many biblical metaphors for the Church are a body (1 Cor. 12:12-26), a family (Gal. 6:1-2, 10), and a community (Acts 2:42-47). The Christian life was never meant to be pursued alone. So we are committed to loving, caring for, and encouraging each other.

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  • A mother and daughter packing a box for Operation Christmas Child


    Christian mercy is rooted in the awareness that we are all recipients of God’s mercy through Jesus Christ – a mercy that we’ve done nothing to earn or deserve. Part of the mission of our church is to model the selfless love of Jesus through acts of service as we dream of what our neighborhoods could become. In doing so, we point others to the same mercy we are so dependent upon.

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