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.  If you're looking for some ways to help serve our community while we continue practicing appropriate social distancing, check out some of our featured ministries:

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:
Asbury Memorial Garden Angels
Our Memorial Garden Angels take care of the planting, gardening, and maintenance of our Asbury Memorial Garden. If you have a green thumb and would like to volunteer, we would love to have you! Call Phyllis here at the church (913.432.5573) and she'll get you connected.

A monthly donation of $25.00 may also be given to the garden in memory, honor, or celebration of someone. The donation helps to buy perennials and flowers for the large planters in the garden. The memorial garden calendar is located on the bulletin board closest to the Memorial Garden door.  You can also call the church to donate.

Interfaith Homelessness Network (IHN)

Interfaith Homelessness 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.

Learn more about how to help IHN here:

Take the Social Justice Habit-Building Challenge!

Asbury's Church and Society Committee hosted a "Social Justice Habit-Building Challenge" this year. For seven weeks, we posted a list of suggested articles/videos/podcasts/TedTalks, intended to advance a deeper understanding of social justice issues in our personal lives, communities, and world.

This program is based loosely upon the copyrighted "21 Day Racial Equity Habit-Building" program conceived by Eddie Moore several years ago, but we have broadened it to include various significant social justice issues, which we think will be of special interest to our Church community.

We invite everyone to read, watch or listen to a number of these offerings by visiting


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