Feb. 28, 2021: “From Here to Eternity”

Our Christianity can be defined and explained through one powerful liturgy: The Nicene Creed. You’re, no doubt, more familiar with the Apostles’ Creed—one of most ancient of affirmations of faith used by all branches of Christendom. It’s a compact way

Feb. 21, 2021: The Waters of Our Baptism

Our Christianity can be defined and explained through one powerful liturgy: The Nicene Creed. You’re, no doubt, more familiar with the Apostles’ Creed—one of most ancient of affirmations of faith used by all branches of Christendom. It’s a compact way

Ash Wednesday 2021

Begin your Lenten Journey with this virtual Ash Wednesday Worship. Rev. Dr. Kip Laxson’s sermon is “The Road in the Wilderness” and references Scripture from Matthew 4:1-11 (NRSV). Download the Sermon Notes.

Ash Wednesday Greetings

Today is the beginning of the Holy Season of Lent. This year’s worship is virtual. Watch and participate in the live chat at 7:00 p.m. tonight. If you need to worship earlier, the worship video will be available at 5:00

Feb. 14, 2021: “Give Church Another Chance”

Our Christianity can be defined and explained through one powerful liturgy: The Nicene Creed. You’re, no doubt, more familiar with the Apostles’ Creed—one of most ancient of affirmations of faith used by all branches of Christendom. It’s a compact way

Lent Starts in One Week!

Rev. Dr. Kip Laxson reminds us about the beginning of Lent, Ash Wednesday, which is next Wednesday, Feb. 17. He also shares his personal Lenten Devotional for 2021 and announces the return of Asbury’s Membership Class, Methodist History and Heritage,

Feb. 7, 2021: “The Giver of Life”

Our Christianity can be defined and explained through one powerful liturgy: The Nicene Creed. You’re, no doubt, more familiar with the Apostles’ Creed—one of most ancient of affirmations of faith used by all branches of Christendom. It’s a compact way

Jan. 31, 2021: “Making Sense of the Ascension”

Our Christianity can be defined and explained through one powerful liturgy: The Nicene Creed. You’re, no doubt, more familiar with the Apostles’ Creed—one of most ancient of affirmations of faith used by all branches of Christendom. It’s a compact way

January 24, 2021: Born to Die

Our Christianity can be defined and explained through one powerful liturgy: The Nicene Creed. You’re, no doubt, more familiar with the Apostles’ Creed—one of most ancient of affirmations of faith used by all branches of Christendom. It’s a compact way

Who Is That Little Man on the Cross?

What does the crucifixion and death of Jesus really mean? Could you explain it to someone? The cross is the epicenter of Christianity but it’s difficult to grasp its full implications. This Sunday in Traditions worship at 11:00 a.m. with