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1. Select your campus below to view outreach opportunities.
2. Email one of our Community Engagement Coordinators.
Morristown Campus Community Engagement Coordinator
Mountainside Campus Community Engagement Coordinator
Nutley Campus Community Engagement Coordinator
New Brunswick, Outreach Director
Somerset County Campus Community Engagement Coordinator
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Highlights from Past Outreaches
Feb 13, 2015
Liquid Church partnered with the Tim Tebow Foundation to host a "Night to Shine Prom" for people with special needs. With a red carpet entrance and friendly paparazzi welcome, guests were greeted by their very own buddy who served as their host for the evening. Guests received VIP treatment including flowers, hair and makeup, professional photography, food, dancing, games and more. The event was complete with a crowning ceremony where each guest was crowned a prom king or queen!
Nov 15, 2014
Check out how we served our local cities this past Thanksgiving!
Oct 20, 2013
Highlights from our 2013 Jesus Loves Jersey outreach!
May 11, 2013
Highlights from our Super Hero 5K. Over 1500 people ran to bring clean water to the poorest of the poor!
Apr 6, 2013
Highlights from our Easter outreach where we served those devastated by Hurricane Sandy.
Jan 27, 2013
Liquid Church helps children with special needs.
Jun 2, 2012
On Saturday, June 2, 2012 175 volunteers donated their time & talents for various service projects throughout Nutley, NJ. Projects included refurbishing the American Red Cross food bank facility, installation of new landscaping at the Nutley Elementary, Middle & High Schools as well as helping several families in need identified by the Nutley Services Bureau with home improvement projects. Over $20,000 was spent across the various Nutley sites.
Jun 1, 2012
On June 1-2, 2012, an extreme makeover during a 24-hour marathon took place in New Brunswick at Elijah's Promise Soup Kitchen, which serves over 100,000 meals a year. Over 200 volunteers signed-up to build kitchen shelving and organization, install new lighting and fixtures, replace bathroom fixtures, purchase and install cafe furniture and repaint the facility. Total budget for the construction project exceeded $20,000.
May 26, 2012
On Saturday, May 26th, over 375 volunteers renovated the NJ AIDS Services' "Eric Johnson House," which has served over 5,000 men and women with HIV/AIDS to date. Project work involved over $20,000 in materials and services -- it includes: re-carpeting; installation of new kitchen appliances, lighting and fixtures, bedroom furniture; re-upholstering living area furniture; applying fresh paint and hauling away a basement and a garage full of junk.
Dec 10, 2011
In December of 2011, Liquid Church held a celebration called Operation Christmas Angel for families in need. This Christmas celebration included a free brunch, free holiday gift shopping for each family and holiday fun!
Oct 1, 2011
In October of 2011, Liquid Church held 3 different outreaches as part of our Broke series. We helped rebuild the Manville, NJ community after it was devastated by Hurricane Irene, sent groups to Paterson, NJ to feed and serve the hungry via the Relief Bus and rebuilt the Market Street Mission in Morristown, NJ.
Sep 25, 2011
On September 25th, Liquid Church did something unprecedented during its six Sunday morning church services. With the economy stalled & congregants struggling financially, the church is conducted a “Reverse Offering”-- giving away the usual Sunday collection of $30,000 cash to all in attendance. Check out the details in this interview with Pastor Tim!
Jul 1, 2011
Check out some highlights from Liquid's first ever Camp Rock! Camp Rock is a week long arts & music camp where kids learn how to rock, sing, and act from industry professionals & talented leaders.
Dec 11, 2010
On Saturday, December 11th, 2010, Liquid served at-risk families in Morristown and New Brunswick. Families who have been devastated financially. Parents who are out of work. Kids in need of a helping hand during the Christmas season.
Jun 28, 2010
Our world desperately needs real men. Men who are willing to step up and use their masculinity as it was originally intended -- to defend, build and fight. In the summer of 2010 over 200 Liquid men volunteered to serve women & children by renovating a battered women's shelter.
Sep 5, 2009
In the summer of 2009, Liquid held it's very first Rock & Run for Africa 5K. Money was raised to build fresh water wells for the poorest of the poor! Liquid is now bringing living water to a thirsty world... literally!
Aug 3, 2008
Gas for 99-cents a gallon? As they say in New Jersey, "Get outta here!" But it's true. On Sunday August 3rd 2008, Liquid Church gave away gas for .99-cents/gallon at the Morris Street Exxon station.
Jul 1, 2008
Highlights from our "Party with a Purpose" in the summer of 2008 where people stepped into the shoes of Third World residents to carry 5-gallon water jugs on behalf of Africa.
Dec 1, 2007
In Christmas of 2007, Liquid adopted 20 of the poorest families in the Morristown community to let them know they matter to God -- and to our church!
Aug 1, 2007
Our first Extreme Makeover was for Claudia-- a single mom with 4 great kids. Her eldest son Frank was 9 yrs old when a malignant brain tumor left him partially paralyzed with impaired vision. As a way of expressing God's care in a tangible way, the Liquid Church family came together to remodel Claudia's kitchen. It took an army of volunteers, but we renovated & upgraded the space with brand-new appliances to fulfill Claudia's dream & make it more accessible for her and Frank.
Jun 1, 2007
During the summer of 2007 we had the chance to serve 3 pockets of people in our community-- the Poor, the Professionals, and the Partygoers. All told, Liquid volunteers served: 4,789 bottles of water to Day Laborers, Commuters, and people on the street, 913 pairs of work gloves to immigrant workers (as well as breakfast bags) and 1,240 slices of pizza to late-night bar hoppers & partyers. Beyond the numbers were the faces of REAL PEOPLE who were deeply touched by these simple acts of kindness offered “in the name of love.” We’re astounded by how God continues to use little things done with GREAT love to impact lives.