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Upcoming Events
JUL

15

MON
JUL

17

WED
Ladies' Breakfast
9:00 AM to 10:00 AM
JUL

18

THU
JUL

19

FRI
Prayer Shawl Ministry (Library)
10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
JUL

20

SAT
AA Meeting (FH & HR)
10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
AA Meeting (AR)
6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
JUL

21

SUN
8:00 AM Church Service
8:00 AM to 9:00 AM
11:00 AM Church Service
11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Bible Search
Christian Education

SUNDAY SCHOOL

Join us for Sunday school from 9:30 – 10:30 am September - May.  All classes are open to newcomers. 

The Nursery is available for infants through 3 years old during the Sunday school hour. 

Children and Youth

Ages 2 and 3 will meet in the nursery. Beth Vester will be telling Bible stories using Spark: Activate Faith. 

Ages 4  - Kindergarten will be led by Samantha Kelly and will use the Whirl Classroon program. 

1st and 2nd grade will meet downstairs with Robyn Kirkendall and Catie Martino, and  3rd, 4th and 5th grades will meet downstairs with Ashley Cox.   

Youth Small Groups are an extension of our Sunday evening programs, allowing the youth to dig deeper into their faith. The middle and high school groups meet together for the lesson and break out separately for age appropriate conversations. Both groups will utilize a curriculum called Groove to deepen the youth's understanding of God and how to live out their faith.

6th-8th Grade - Middle School is led by Susan Hall and Murray Korman

9th-12th Grade - High School led by Scott Karsner and Rebecca Walker

Adult Forum discusses The Wired Word, an e-mail Bible lesson delivered to your inbox every Thursday.  The lesson explores a current event, using scriptural references and provocative discussion questions.  This class is led by various members and meets in the Hathorne Room.

LAUGH (Living Always Under God’s Hand) does various studies that the class chooses.  This class meets in the library in the basement of the Sanctuary.

Moms Class  Experience Asbury’s own Sunday version of  EAT ♥  PRAY ♥ LOVE as we:

  • feed the spirit
  • offer prayer, and
  • love being in each other’s company

Mothers of all ages are invited. Books provided.  Moms meet during the Sunday School hour.  Facilitated by Tricia Kelly, mom of 3.

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL

This is a joyful week where children gather to learn about God with a new theme each year.  

BIBLE STUDY

Tuesday Evening Bible Study is a group of 10 -16 men and women that have been meeting weekly for several years to study a variety of scriptural programs.  The class meets from 7:00 - 8:30 in the Hathorne Room.  The group has chosen various studies and for the last year or so has been studying programs from Kerygma and from Adam Hamilton. Newcomers are always welcome, so if you see a study that interests you, please join us.

2019

February 19 - March 26 Simon Peter by Adam Hamilton

April 16 - May 21 - Creed by Adam Hamilton.  In Creed, Adam Hamilton examines the Apostles' Creed to explore what Christians believe and why it matters.   

For more information, please contact Kurt Kuhn.

Wednesday Morning Bible Study, led by Ann Brady, meets from 10:00 to 11:30 am on Wednesdays in the church library in the lower level of the Sanctuary building.  Newcomers are always welcome, so if you see a study that interests you, please join us.

2019

Jan 9 - Mar 6 

Christianity and World Religions by Adam Hamilton, with video and study guide. "Since 2/3 of the world's population are not Christian, Hamilton's aim is that we understand our neighbors religions and are better able to love them, while at the same time we better understand our own faith." Includes: Islam, Hindu, Buddhism, Jewish and Christianity.

Mar 20 - May 8 The Gospel of Mark, a Kerygma study.

Please contact Ann Brady for more information.

BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP

Asbury’s Book Discussion Group has chosen 6 selections for 2019.  The meeting dates and selections are described HERE.  The group is open to newcomers and meets in the Fisherman classroom at 7:30 pm on the dates noted.  In December, the group has a dinner meeting at a member’s house and they select the books for the next year at that meeting.