Welcome to Liberty Lutheran!
We faithfully provide vital resources for individuals and families facing life-changing situations, from the earliest stages of life through the many stages of aging.
The Liberty Family of Services are creating communities and changing lives by offering our help and support to people of all ages throughout Eastern Pennsylvania. This past year alone, the Liberty team served more than 58,000 individuals, each faced with life-changing situations.
To learn about the National LeadingAge Excellence in Leadership Award presented to Dr. Luanne B. Fisher, President and CEO, click here.
The Liberty Family of Services includes Artman, Liberty at Home, Lutheran Children and Family Service, Lutheran Congregational Services, Mary J. Drexel, Paul’s Run Retirement Community and The Village at Penn State.
As one of 300 Lutheran health and human member organizations of Lutheran Services in America (LSA), Liberty is affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) and recognized by the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod.
We invite you to learn more about Liberty Lutheran’s services and about those whose lives we have positively impacted through our mission of creating communities and changing lives for the better.
Refugee Emergency Housing Fund Needs Emergency Assistance
Liberty will assist hundreds of refugees this year, who've fled to the U.S. after unimaginable persecution and trauma in their home countries. The biggest struggle, even after they find employment, is paying for housing during their first few months in the U.S.
We are asking for your help to grant families emergency housing. This stipend per family is used soley for those first few months of housing, which is critical for establishing self-sufficiency.
Right now, the balance in our Emergency Housing Fund is ZERO.
- Click here to Donate Online *Write Emergency Housing Fund in comments*
- Click here to learn more about the Refugee Emergency Housing Fund
- VIDEO: Learn more about the journey of a refugee!
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OK Tornado: How You Can Help
First-responders are working hard to rescue survivors, locate the missing and recover those who have not survived in the aftermath of the destructive tornado that ripped through Moore, OK on May 20. Liberty Lutheran assists with disaster response efforts through its service Lutheran Disaster Response-Eastern PA.
What You Can Do Now:
- Donate to a trusted disaster response organization
- Give blood
- Send messages via social media
Please Do Not:
- Do not go to Oklahoma
- Do not collect & send supply donations at this time