Who Are We?

Well, we're just a bunch of Christians who want to live as we believe the Early Church lived - in community.  That doesn't sound strange when Jewish people do it (Kibbutz) or when Catholic people do it (Monastery/Convent) or when New Agers do it (Ashram) or when Hippies do it (Commune/Rainbow Gathering).  But when Evangelical Christians do it, somehow people get all freaked out!  The fact is that there are THOUSANDS of Christian "Intentional Communities" all over the world that are thriving and growing and living inexpensively and serving one another and growing in their faith - and nobody is "drinking the Kool-Aid."  (And, by the way, Jim Jones was a communist, not a Christian, and they didn't drink Kool-Aid, it was Flavr-Aid. Look it up.) 

We don't want it to seem defensive that we would lead with a paragraph like that, but it just seems like folks are constantly misunderstanding what we're about and thinking the worst possible (and most hurtful) things about us.  But nothing could be further from the truth.  We are just some really sweet folks trying to hear and obey God, reduce our overhead, serve our community, share with those in need and be happy.

You can learn more about us at our pastor, Doug Perry's website, FellowshipOfTheMartyrs.com, or on YouTube at YouTube.com/fotm1.

If you saw us on TV or in other media and want more information, you can email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 816-929-4466.

If you'd like to donate to help the Farm, you can:

  1.   Send mail to:  The Liberty Farm, 118 N. Conistor, #B251, Liberty, MO 64068
  2.   Donate by credit card through PayPal by emailing to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  3.   Contact us by phone at 816-929-4466 if you'd like to donate any of the following (or something we didn't think of):
  • Any scrap metal or E-scrap (computers, printers, copiers, etc.)
  • Any vehicles, RV's, boats, bikes, etc. - running or not
  • Any useable farm equipment - tractor, troughs, fencing, etc.
  • Shipping Containers or Semi-trailers (road worthy or not). We'll make housing or barns out of them.
  • Any building materials - lumber, cinder blocks, tin roofing and more.
  • Your time by volunteering in a variety of jobs.
  • Your prayers for us.

Stay tuned. Our story is not finished yet!