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
Do you ever wonder who you really are? Do you ever feel like you are not the person you want to be? Many of us have a version of ourselves that we long to be. Join us, starting January 8th, as we wrestle together with how to become the you, God created you to be.
We will be meeting in the Church Library beginning January 18th from 10:00 - 11:30am. Our resource book, Blessed Are You, will take us on a pilgrimage through scripture and life today. Reserve a book by contacting Ann Brady, 410-212-4680.
Asbury will begin a Faith and Guns group beginning Monday, January 30 at 7:30 PM in the Fisherman’s room. We will begin reading and discussing a book called “America and Its Guns” by James Atwood. We hve ordered 5 copies of the book which may be picked up from the office on a first-come basis. The cost is $18 each. Please read the intro and the first 5 chapters before the group meets, if possible. The group will be deciding how we want to move forward—do we want to do more education, outreach, hold prayer meetings, vigils, do advocacy with General Assembly and Congress, etc. Contact Sally Vavrek.
Tuesday Evening Bible Study 6:30 - 9:00 pm in the Hathorne Room
7 Sessions: February 14 through 28 March 2017
Follow this famous requiem on a tour of Biblical prompts about death, grief, the brevity of life, and faith for here and hereafter. Through music and Scripture, we move from graveside to grieving, from the challenges of self-reflection to new perspectives and hope beyond.
This ministry started at our church in 2005, and since that time we have given away over 150 shawls. Members knit or crochet prayer shawls that are a symbol of God's grace, peace, and love. We make shawls for all different reasons, sometimes it is for a difficult situation, but other times it is to celebrate a wedding, friendship, or graduation. Newcomers and beginners are always welcome. For more info, contact Fern Bowman .