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Welcome

Whether you have never missed a Sunday of worship, or never set a foot in church before, you are welcome here! We are a community of people journeying through life and faith together. This is a place where you can ask questions, voice your doubts, and wrestle with complex issues. This is a place where you can shout with joy or weep in pain. This is a place where you can experience hope and healing. We hope you will come just as you are and join us as we seek to know God more fully and love more deeply.

Rev. Jen Karsner

 

Contact Us

Asbury United Methodist Church

78 Church Rd.
Arnold, Maryland 21012
Phone 410-349-2862

Regular Schedule

Office Hours

  • Monday- Thursday 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

     

  • Sunday Service - In-Person
    – 8:00 AM
  • Sunday School
    – 9:30 AM
  • Sunday Service- In-Person & Online
    – 11:00 AM

Announcements

  • Worship

    In-Person services, Sundays 8am and 11am (children's message)

    Live online at 11:00 AM.

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    Visit the Online Worship tab to register your attendance, submit a prayer request, and make a financial donation.

  • Tuesday Evening Bible Study Resumes February 15

    The Evening Bible Study resumes every Tuesday evening from 02/15-03/29, with a new Lenten Study: "Witness at the Cross", by Amy-Jill Levine. Join the in-person meetings in the Hathorne Room, or virtually by Zoom (7:00 pm-8:30 pm).

    A few copies will be purchased for the group (prices range by vendor from $13-$17; and is available as an e-book.)

    To participate or if you have questions, please contact Kurt Kuhn at babylon5kk@aol.com

    Witness at the Cross summary: "The story of Jesus's death is not something e just read: we think about it, and experience it; we hear the taunts of the soldiers, the priests, and the passerby even as we hear the famous "seven last words" from the cross. In 'Witness at the Cross', Amy-Jill Levine shows how the people at the cross each have distinct roles to play. Each Evangelist presents a distinct picture of the death of Jesus. Each portrays different individuals and groups of people at the cross, each offers different images and dialogues, and so from each, we learn how those meanings and messages cross the centuries to any who would come to the cross today."

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