FEBRUARY 25, 2018




At Liberty Bay Ridge, you will experience a welcoming and relaxed environment with a sense of genuine community.


Grab a coffee and make a friend in our Lounge starting at 10:30am, and our Team will be happy to help with any questions you have. Enjoy our worship service with a live worship band followed by practical talks from our teaching team.


Kids will learn and have fun discovering their own relationship with God at our Liberty Kids program: a safe, age-appropriate classroom environment for 6 months through 5th Grade.

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January Monthly Gathering

Join us for our January Gathering Sunday, January 2st – 11:00 AM Adelphi Academy 8515 Ridge Blvd   Lounge opens at 10:30AM. Childcare for toddlers and activities for ages 4 and up.    

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January 21

Bay Ridge Open Mic Night

Start spreading this rumor because it’s true. Open Mic is back at The COOP on Friday, January 26. If you are a musician or songwriter, come share your talent by registering on-site beginning at 5pm. For more info, email: info.bayridge@libertychurch.com

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January 26 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Bay Ridge Launch Team Meeting

Week 1: Welcome to Liberty If you want to find out more about Liberty Church Bay Ridge, ask questions and find out how you can be involved, we would love for you to come! Best Western Gregory Hotel 8315 4th Avenue 5:00-6:00pm

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January 28 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Bay Ridge Launch Team Meeting

Week 2: Making Liberty Home Whether you’re just starting out in your faith or want to grow deeper and develop your spiritual leadership more, we want everyone on our launch team to be equipped on the essentials of their spiritual walk.   Best Western Gregory Hotel 8315 4th Avenue 5:00-6:00pm

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February 4 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm


We are so grateful to the generous people who faithfully give to support Liberty Church Bay Ridge. Thank you! We believe there is a special significance when individual hearts are moved by God to invest in his house, to build a church fueled by passion. 

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Paul + Andi Andrew
Lead Pastors

Paul and Andi Andrew moved to New York City from Sydney, Australia to pioneer Liberty Church in 2010. The first gatherings were around a picnic table in Central Park as they studied the birth of the church in the book of Acts, and prayed over our vision to influence a city that influences the world. They now lead a growing family of local church communities in Downtown Manhattan, Union Square, Downtown Brooklyn, Upper West Side, and Manzini, Swaziland and are currently establishing new communities in Bay Ridge, San Francisco, and St Petersburg, FL. They are also the founders of Liberty City which serves our local neighborhoods “for the greater good” and Liberty Foundation which invests hundreds of thousands of dollars each year in planting local churches globally and helping the hurting around the world. And they support the local expressions of Liberty Church by developing specialized ministries for men, women, and kids and our business community, among others.

Heath + Emily Kirkendoll
Community Pastors of Liberty Church Bay Ridge Brooklyn

The Kirkendolls stumbled upon Liberty Church two years after moving to New York, and, surrounding themselves with a church that has a contagious love for people, they felt their hearts moved toward the city they call home. Living and working in Bay Ridge, they began dreaming of a church that would extend the freedom and love and family they’d discovered to others in their neighborhood. Heath is a high school social studies teacher in Bay Ridge and is passionate about youth, education policy, and, of course, history. Emily served on staff as Finance Director at Liberty Church since it was a year old, witnessing the heart and mission of Liberty expand over many stages of growth. They were engaged during a nor’easter in Boston, married during a blizzard in Toronto, and honeymooned during the rainy season in Zambia. So, they’re pretty much weatherproof. They share a passion for connecting people through the church and seeing lives transformed, and as parents they love helping kids and families thrive in the city.