Evangelical Free Church of Libertyville 431 W Austin Ave, Libertyville, IL60048 The Evangelical Free Church of Libertyville's mission is "to build a community of Christ-followers to reach a culture in…More need of God's presence." Seven elders provide spiritual leadership and govern the organization, and five salaried members lead the ministries dedicated to helping adults, youths and children to grow in relationship to Jesus Christ. Sunday worship starts at 9am and children's church education starts at 9:20am.
The Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses' congregation is governed by a group of elders that make decisions on all…More doctrinal matters. Jehovah's Witnesses use the New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures and meet on Sundays and Tuesdays.
In 1958, the Illinois state government founded the Lake County Forest Preserve District to protect and upkeep the…More natural resources of the region. The efforts made to preserve a sense of authenticity for the regions ladscape is one that requires all hands on deck. Government, non-profit and community groups all work tirelessly with the Lake County Forest Preserve District to expand, restore and improve the importiant midwest landscape.
The Lake County Forest Preserves work with many government, non-profit and community partners, such as conservation organizations, natural resources agencies, county governments and museum associations .
Diamond Residential Mortgage Corporation 533 N Milwaukee Ave, Libertyville, IL60048 Diamond Residential Mortgage Corporation is a full service mortgage banking company with several locations around…More Illinois, Indiana and Michigan. It offers loan processing, loan closing and underwriting services. It specializes in conventional lending, government-insured products, Jumbo products and specialty lending. Paul Diamond is the president of the company. Payment calculator tools are available to use online on the website.
Lake County Radio Department 1303 N Milwaukee Ave, Libertyville, IL60048 The Lake County Radio Department provides countywide radio systems, maintenances services, support to local government…More public safety and service agencies, and also leases out its communication tower and systems. The countywide radio system was established in 1969 and used by animal wardens, building inspectors and county officials. The department maintains more than 1,400 radios per year.