Current News/Announcements

The Worship Team is looking for any old pictures that you would be willing to share of past tree lighting services, children or youth programs, or any other Christian celebrations in the past. Let Susan Watson know and you may call her at 478-825-9174, or leave them in the “W” mailbox in hallway leading up to the sanctuary.



The program encourages participants to remember our local and national heroes (living and deceased) who make the world a better place. One result of A Season of ThanksGiving program has been to phenomenally increase the donation of canned goods to church and community-sponsored food drives. It does this by meeting a circle of needs.


Because of you we delivered 126 boxes for the less fortunate children around the world. Thanks to all who helped make this possible! AND a special thanks to Ciera Schultz for getting Rutland School involved with filling boxes. Many thanks to Laura Mason for loading the boxes up in her vehicle and delivering them to their destination. What a blessing!


The first Sunday in Advent is Sunday, 12/3 and we will have our SSSS (soup, salad, sandwiches and sweets) supper at 5pm. The Worship Team will provide the soup we need you to bring salads, sweets and sandwiches. After the supper, we will have the children’s Christmas program and the lighting of the Christmas tree.

The Star Tree is set up in the Vinson Building. Choose a star, sign your name and phone number on the card, and make a child’s Christmas a little brighter.

Have you checked out the Liberty UMC website lately? You can do so by going to It is constantly being updated, so check it out regularly to keep up with what’s going on at Liberty. Using the webpage, mouse over the menu at the top to find more information and pictures. Don’t forget our Facebook page, as well. You can go to Facebook and search for Liberty using “Liberty United Methodist Church-Founded in 1834.”

We invite you to participate in Liberty’s online Prayer List. This is an active list of prayer requests that come to the church via email to asking our prayer warriors to pray for particular concerns. Please email JoAnne Thompson at if you would like to serve as a prayer warrior.

Liberty also has a Twitter account. What is Twitter? Twitter is an online news and social networking service where users post and interact with messages, called “tweets.” You can find Liberty’s Twitter account by going to

Liberty is broadcasting our services live online every Sunday morning at 8:45 AM and 11:00 AM. The easiest way to find the link is go to the Liberty website, and scroll down the page to the clickable button that says, “Liberty Video Stream”.

To view videos of previously broadcast services, you can now go to and search for Liberty UMC Macon. That is our Youtube channel that you can subscribe to.
If you have suggestions or questions, see John Watkins or email him at