Asbury Conservatory of Performing Arts

Asbury Conservatory of Performing Arts offers private lessons in Piano, Voice, and Guitar.  Students have a 30 minute private lesson each week, and lessons are taught at Asbury UMC.  The 15-week Fall Semester begins the week of August 14th, and

Associate Director of Children’s Worship Opening

Garrett Lenzie is stepping down from his position in Children’s Ministry. We have been blessed by his service and he will be missed. Children’s Ministry is seeking a high energy individual that is passionate about children and their faith development

Workshop on Welcoming Aug 20th 2-4 PM

Asbury receives new visitors and guests each day, and especially on Sundays, as part of our many programs, events, and worship services. Yet many of us have never been taught how to greet or interact with new guests, and this

10 Week Support Class for those Struggling with Spouse Loss

Asbury will offer a ten week support class for people struggling with the loss of a spouse within the last two years. Begins Sunday, August 20 from 5:30-7:00 PM in Room 107 and is facilitated by Community Grief Support, a

Fall Soccer

Registration is now taking place for the Asbury Fall Soccer league for 4-9 year old boys and girls. All practices and games are at Asbury. For more information email , call (205) 271-9919 or asburyonline.org/soccer.

Asbury Food Pantry & Lee Branch Farmers Market

Asbury Food Pantry is partnering with the Farmer’s Market at Lee Branch. The market is open 8:00 AM-12:00 Noon each Saturday in the parking lot of Lee Branch. The operators have agreed to allow us to collect produce donations there

Pastor Kip’s Summer Institute 2017

Pastor Kip’s Summer Institute 2017

2017 Summer Institute of Church History Wednesday Evenings between July 19 and August 30 2017 marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. On October 31, 1517 an obscure monk named Martin Luther took a mallet and nailed Ninety-Five Theses

Temporary Limitations on Outside Use of Our Facilities

  Due to our current construction efforts and increased use of our existing facilities for our main ministries, we will not be able to have the facilities available for outside or extracurricular activities as we have in the past.  This