Liberty Vineyard Church (a Vineyard church plant in process) . . . now meeting every Sunday morning @ 10:30am – 12:00pm in Lilburn, GA. Each service is followed by lunch – you are welcome to join us! While we secure a rental location, we are meeting at the Weaver home in Lilburn (call (770) 317-5336 for directions)
EASTER SERVICE – Sunday, April 20th – Mountain Park Depot (at Mountain Park Park on Five Forks Trickum Rd, Lilburn) – family service at 10:30am, followed by a traditional Easter lunch. We will have a free family photo shoot before and after the service. Everyone is welcome!
Leadership team: Zac & Amy Weaver, Allen & Nancy Penton, Paul & Karen Sculley
Phone: Zac & Amy (770) 317-5336, Allen & Nancy (404) 695-3165, Paul & Karen (770) 279-9379
When: every Sunday morning @ 10:30am – 12:00pm (followed by lunch after the service)
Where: Weaver home in Lilburn (call (770) 317-5336 for directions) (click here to request directions). Our services begin with a time of family worship in song, and then the children enjoy a fabulous children’s program with trained and caring teachers. We celebrate communion (the Lord’s Supper) each Sunday, and are encouraged and challenged by a practical and life-giving teaching from the Bible with opportunity for group discussion and prayer ministry. We close each Sunday service with a shared meal, during which relationships are grown and strengthened. Our gatherings are characterized by the presence and power of God, an atmosphere of acceptance, and most of all, love.
Zac has completed the official church planting process with Vineyard USA, and as soon as we secure a rental location, we will officially be known as “Liberty Vineyard Church” with the blessing of the Atlanta Vineyard Church, the Vineyard Southeast region, and Vineyard USA. Please let us know if you’d like more information about the Liberty Vineyard Church by either providing your email address (above) or giving us a call.
“All the believers devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching, and to fellowship, and to sharing in meals (including the Lord’s Supper), and to prayer.” (Acts 2:42, NLT)