Liberty Church Bay Ridge

New York City

Welcome to Liberty Church

Our vision is to know Christ and make Him known. Our mission is to help everyone that calls Liberty Church home Follow Jesus, Thrive In Community, and Make A Difference.

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At Liberty Church Bay Ridge you will experience a welcoming and relaxed environment with a sense of genuine community. It’s an atmosphere of faith with passionate worship and practical Bible-based teaching for everyday life. Our services are 75 minutes long and we have a safe and fun program for kids aged 6 months - 5th grade were they will learn how to know Jesus, and to make him known. Our Lounge opens 30 minutes before service, and our team will be there to assist you with any questions you may have. We hope you’ll join us!

232 52nd St

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Sundays at 11:00

Lounge opens at 10:30am

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Meet our Lead Pastors

Paul & Andi Andrew
In the summer of 2010, Paul and Andi Andrew moved to New York City from Sydney, Australia to pioneer Liberty Church. 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.

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Our Community Pastors

Heath + Emily Kirkendoll
Emily and Heath planted Liberty Church Bay Ridge in February 2018. They live in Bay Ridge, where Heath is a high school social studies teacher, with their two sons, Amos and Miles. 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. Emily and Heath share a passion for connecting people through the church and seeing lives transformed by the gospel and thriving in community.


"Now he who supplies seed to the sower and bread for food will also supply and increase your store of seed and will enlarge the harvest of your righteousness. You will be enriched in every way so that you can be generous on every occasion, and through us your generosity will result in thanksgiving to God."

2 Corinthians 9:6–11, NIV