In community. We believe in being a church where Progressive and Inclusive Christianity are practiced and preached. We are a thinking congregation. We do not take the Bible literally, but we take it seriously. We depend on our United Methodist tradition of looking at scripture, tradition, reason, and experience to inform our faith. Recently we voted to become a Reconciling Congregation which means we are open to all people including LGBTQ people.
In April of 2017, our congregation voted to become a Reconciling Congregation, officially a part of the Reconciling Ministries Network.
"What to Expect"
We usually gather around 8:30 am in our new Welcome Center for coffee and fellowship. You will be welcomed by our Asbury members; the choir will be practicing in the Sanctuary, ushers and greeters will guide you into the worship service and answer any questions you may have. We also have a Hospitality committee that can connect you with a Sunday School class during the 10 - 11 o'clock hour!
Saturday | 5 pm in the Chapel | Traditional Service
Sunday | 9 & 11 am in the Sanctuary | Traditional and Contemporary Services