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Come As You Are at Liberty United Methodist Church means being in a relaxed atmosphere where you can come casual or decide to wear your Sunday's best; worshipping God with your family, friends, neighbors and guests; being lifted up by songs of praise; being inspired, encouraged and challenged, and enjoying good food and fellowship after a dynamic church service.


Come As You Are is an invitation to come without having to "dress up" your life and heart. If you're in a good place in life, we'll rejoice with you. If you come feeling battered by life, we'll hug you and pray with you, especially when you are experiencing life challenges and burdens.


After all, Jesus said, "Come to me, all of you who are tired and carrying the weight of the world on your shoulders. I'll give you rest." (Matthew 11:28) This is the Jesus we serve and the one we will introduce to you!


About Us Liberty United Methodist Church is a multi cultural, multi generational church located in Brentwood, Tennessee. We are a growing small congregation with a compassion for ministering and serving others beyound our walls and community. Our mission is to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.

 Job 27:4 (NIV)
my lips will not speak wickedness, and my tongue will utter no deceit.
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"The Mission of Liberty United Methodist Church is to be a Family of Faith actively serving God and Neighbor"


Women's Bible Study is currently on hold, will let you know when it will resume.


We are excited to offer ourselves in service, as available, during the week of July 8-11 or July 22-25 as assistant readers for the children attending Project Transformation at Hamilton UMC. Volunteers should arrive at Hamilton UMC by 9.15AM and will be done by 12:15PM. All necessary information for reading with students will be provided by volunteers from the Project Transformation team



July 14th

10:00 am - Worship Service and Children's Church

FOOD FOR THOUGHT:  A hen and a pig approached a church and read the advertised sermon topic: “What Can We Do to Help the Poor?”  Immediately the hen suggested they feed them bacon and eggs.  The pig thought for a moment and said, “There is only one thing wrong with feeding bacon and eggs to the poor.  For you it requires only a contribution, but for me it requires total commitment!”  While this may be just a funny little story, it gives us something to think about.  Our Gospel lesson today from Mark 1:16-20 clearly says that when Jesus called Simon, Andrew, James and John for the very first time, they were fishing in the Sea of Galilee as that was their profession.  However, they willingly accepted Jesus’ invitation, left everything and immediately followed Jesus.   Indeed, this kind of action needed a total commitment on their part!  So, in light of today’s Gospel passage, please prayerfully ponder on the following questions?  

Do we believe that God calls everyone?  How do we respond to “God’s daily nudges” or the “God moments” in our lives?  Do we pay attention to them or do we just brush them aside?  What does Jesus seem to be asking of us, or what is Jesus’ invitation to us? Where do we hear this invitation, how, and how are we responding?


July 21st

10:00 am - Worship Service and Children's Church

FOOD FOR THOUGHT: When Henry Ford purchased a large insurance policy, the Detroit newspapers published the fact, since the amount was so large and he was so

prominent. The story was read by one of Ford's friends, who happened to be in the insurance business. The old friend went to confront Ford to see if the story was true. When Ford assured him that it was, the friend asked him why the policy was not purchased from him, since he was a personal friend and had been in insurance for many years. Ford's reply was, "You never asked me." In our Gospel lesson today from Luke 10:1-12, we see that Jesus sent out His disciples to tell the Good News to all people in the nearby towns. This should give us a sense of ureencv to offer a word of hope, to write a note of encouragement and or share a word about the Lord to those who are hurting, seeking and or going through hard times in their lives. Last week I shared in my message about the BLT approach of spreading the Good News of Jesus through Building relationship with our neighbors and friends; Looking for opportunities to share the Gospel; and Taking people to events to hear the Gospel. If we don't act upon it now, a time may come when it would be too late for us to do it and we may regret it. How many of our friends can say to us, "You never asked me," as to our sharing Christ with them? So, in light of today's Gospel lesson, may we prayerfully look for an opportune time to share the love of Jesus with those around us!

July 28th

10:00 am - Worship Service and Children's Church

August 4th

10:00 am - Worship Service and Children's Church

August 11th

10:00 am - Worship Service and Children's Church




With very hot days of summer that we experience, it makes sense to adopt some “fun ‘n the Son” survival strategy!  So, let’s take it easy and be cool as we will be blessed with the summer survival sermon series! This sermon series will highlight great Bible stories, give practical advice for summer activities, and most importantly, it will allow us to search the Scriptures for God's word and will for us - even in the midst of very hot temperatures!


JULY 14 FISHING - MARK 1:16-20 

JULY 21 ROAD TRIP - LUKE 10:1- 12


AUG 04 HYDRATE - JOHN 4:7-15 

AUG 11 PARTY - JOHN 2:1-11  

AUG 18 PICNIC – JOHN 6:1-14


There are flyers for the "Summer Sermon Series - FUN IN THE SON" are available on the table in the front as you enter the sanctuary. Please feel free to take one and share it with someone. This could be an ideal time to invite a friend, neighbor, co-worker or family member to come and join us for worship, especially if they are looking for a church family!



VENTURING - BSA OPPORTUNITIES at Liberty starts in 2019. Venturing is an inclusive program through Boy Scouts of America for males and females aged 14-21 (or 13 and completed the 8th grade). It's operated through Venturing Crews, units of youth and advisors that meet on set schedules and plan activities and events for youth like you! Be on the look-out for more information.

Community Women's Bible Study at Liberty - Wednesdays at 9:30 am. The Sermon on the Mount by Jen Wilkins 

Women's Bible Study is currently on hold, will let you know when it will resume.

Men's Fellowship Ministry - Service Projects opportunities and Fellowship gathering throughout the year. Contact Dale Bartholomew db.bart@comcast.net 615-290-6496 for details and to sign up for service projects. This ministry is opened to all men or young men who are interested in worshipping God through service.

Al-Anon Meetings are held Mondays at 6:30 pm at Liberty in the Fellowship Hall. These sessions are open to anyone who has been impacted by someone with a drinking problem.

Youth Confirmation Classes held every second Sunday in the Fellowship Hall. 

Piano and Voice Lessons At Liberty - Now enrolling students ages 4-adult! What is offered: 

  • Private piano lessons (30 minutes or 1 hour)
  • Private voice lessons (30 minutes or 1 Hour)

Pre-school instruction is unique, as student actually learn to read music and play piano. Instruction catered to the interest of the child with the goal of becoming a well rounded musician. Music Theory and History incorporated in lessons Performance opportunities

About the Instructors:

Cassidy Gephart holds a Bachelor of Music from Belmont University in Commercial Music with an emphasis in piano performance. Along with her most recent instruction in jazz and other popular styles, she has a background and extensive training in classical music. She is dedicated to providing an enjoyable, formative experience and instilling a love for music in all of her students.

Arianna Hume holds a Bachelor of Music from Belmont University in Commercial Voice. Thanks to her private voices studies at Belmont, her regular experiences as a performing artist and session singer in Nashville, and her teaching background, Arianna now has a very well-rounded approach to teaching voice. In her studio, she strives to create a unique environment where each student is given the freedom to realize their potential and explore their own instrument, building th foundation needed to become a competent musician.

For Additional Information: Please contact Cassidy or Arianna by calling 859-750-8624 or by emailing cassidygephart@gmail.com Arianna Hume 703-577-5485 or email arianna.m.hume.gmail.com.


Our Youth Group is growing! Please consider signing up to provide a Sunday meal or come and fellowshipping with these amazing young people on Sunday evening from 5:30 - 7:30 pm.