Current Worship, Ministry, and Facility Updates

To protect families in our congregation and community during COVID-19, we have taken the following actions:

Please continue to pray for those affected by this virus.  Check on your friends and neighbors, particularly those who are isolated.  Stay at home as much as possible, but maintain contact with one another through phone calls, emails, social media, and Zoom.

Just because our building is closed doesn't mean our church is!  Here are some ways we can serve our community while practicing appropriate social distancing:

Asbury Food Pantry
One of our biggest community ministries is our Asbury Community Food Pantry.  During these tough times, we're helping feed more people than ever before.  So please give if you can!  Both food and monetary donations are always appreciated and welcome. 

Click here to read more about the Food Pantry:
Donate Blood through our Blood Drives

Asbury hosts blood drives through the Community Blood Center every couple of months at the church.  Stay tuned for our next one!

Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN)

Interfaith Hospitality Network helps to accommodate families in need of housing and food assistance in Johnson County. They do this through host partners like Asbury who open their doors and provide home-cooked meals for one week, four times a year. We are proud to be a part of this ministry every quarter when we open our third floor to families experiencing homelessness to provide a safe, comfortable space where they can rest.

While New Haven Seventh-day Adventist Church offered to become a permanent home site for the program during the remainder of 2020, Asbury will still be involved with IHN.  Our next host week covers Thanksgiving Week, and we will be responsible for food and some shifts.  

Collecting Chocolate for Teachers
at Santa Fe Trail Elementary!

What helps out with the stressful moments of COVID-19?  CHOCOLATE!  Our teacher friends at Santa Fe Trail Elementary have been working double-time getting school ready to teach this year to their students, and keeping up morale has been hard!

We'd like to show our appreciation by collecting chocolate bars to give to them as a thank you for all of their hard work this year.  So next time you're out grocery shopping, would you consider picking up a couple of chocolate bars for the teachers at Santa Fe?  Donations can be dropped off with Phyllis Williams in the church office.  Let's show our teacher friends how much we appreciate all that they do!

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Pam Ungashick at .


Font Awesome 5 Icons