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. Jennifer Karsner
Beginning, Sunday, January 11, 2015 through February 15, 2015 at 9:30 am. Those who would like to join Asbury will be received on Sunday, February 22, 2015.
Family Issues of Biblical Proportions
Every family has issues and struggles. Many of these issues are not new, they go back to the beginning of time. We hope you'll join us as we spend a few weeks looking at various issues families in the bible faced and we still wrestle with today.
January 4 With Family Like This, Who Needs Enemies?
January 11 The Skeleton in the Family Closet
January 18 That's Not How I Raised Them
January 25 The Ripple Effect: Hurt & Mental Illness in Families
February 1 Resentment Rising: Jealousy in Sibling Relationships
February 8 Longing for Family
January 12-16 Priority registration for church members
January 19-23 Priority registration for returning students and siblings of current and former students based on seniority.
January 26-30 Open registration for new students
Asbury Community Christian Clubhouse (ACCC) is a mission of Asbury Church. The Clubhouse offers before and after-school care to children kindergarten through 5th grade who attend Arnold Elementary School.
Priority registration is given to members of Asbury Church. Registration must be in the Clubhouse office by February 13. You can contact ACCC at the Clubhouse office, email@example.com or 410-757-9065.
Shrove Tuesday, February 17
5:00 - 7:00 pm in the fellowship hall
Menu: Pancakes, sausage, applesauce and dessert
Tickets will be on sale between services beginning February 1.
Advance Tickets: $12, family / $5, adult / $4, ages 3-17 / free for children under 3
At-the door: $16, family / $6, adult / $5, ages 3-17 / free for children under 3
Want to observe Ash Wednesday but can't make it to the 7:30pm service? Stop by the Arnold Station McDonald’s on Wednesday, February 18 between 6:00am and 9:00am. Rev. Jen will be there offering the imposition of ashes for any who wish to receive them. It’s a great way to start your day both with coffee and a brief moment of reflection and repentance. We will also have a card available that has reminders of why we wear ashes.
Saturday, March 7, 2015
8:00 am – 1:00 pm in the Fellowship Hall
Please help by donating household goods, small appliances,
small furniture, holiday decorations, tools, toys, athletic equipment, infant equipment, books and movies.
Items not accepted: computers, clothing, or exercise equipment.
Donations may be delivered to Fellowship Hall
Sunday, March 1 – Thursday March 5.
Please call if you have large items of furniture to donate.
All proceeds go to UMW missions worldwide.
For further information call Fern Bowman at 410-757-0969.