March 22, 2020: Fourth Sunday in Lent (Livestream)

Last words are always important, but surely there can be no last words as significant as those of Jesus on the cross. In these final cries, the humanity and holiness of Christ are there for all to see. This is

Sunday, March 15: Coronavirus Update

The well-being and safety of our church family, as well as the broader community we serve are of the utmost importance during this difficult and uncertain time. Out of an abundance of caution and following the recommendations of the CDC

Thursday, March 12: Coronavirus Update

Dear Church Family,   Like so many other churches and public institutions around the country, the Asbury staff has been closely monitoring the recent developments with the coronavirus (COVID-19) and working to make your health and safety our number one priority. As

Friday, March 13, 2020: Coronavirus Update

Over the last 24 hours, there has been a whirlwind of news, information, and announcements regarding public health and safety in light of the Coronavirus. But earlier today, the Alabama Department of Health advised local churches not to hold worship

Where Are You, God?

Have you ever felt like God has abandoned you? Maybe a loved one is feeling alone right now? Jesus, too, felt forsaken as he was dying on the cross. But God is ever-present and our faith is what sustains us,

March 8, 2020: Dear Woman, Here Is Your Son…Here Is Your Mother

Last words are always important, but surely there can be no last words as significant as those of Jesus on the cross. In these final cries, the humanity and holiness of Christ are there for all to see. This is

eLetter (3.3.20) – Love Between a Mother and Son

In his weekly eLetter, Pastor Kip offers insight into Jesus’ last words to his mother. How can they impact the way we treat our loved ones–the people who mean everything to us? Mission of the Month: Brown Bag Help Us

March 1, 2020: Today You Will Be With Me in Paradise

Last words are always important, but surely there can be no last words as significant as those of Jesus on the cross. In these final cries, the humanity and holiness of Christ are there for all to see. This is

Feb. 26, 2020 (Ash Wednesday): Father, Forgive

Last words are always important, but surely there can be no last words as significant as those of Jesus on the cross. In these final cries, the humanity and holiness of Christ are there for all to see. This is

Lent Is Upon Us!

In his weekly eLetter, Rev. Dr. Kip Laxson offers insight into the history and meaning of Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent. Asbury’s service begins tonight at 6:30 p.m. Try a Lenten Study Almost every decade since 1634, residents from