Traditions

(8:30 & 11:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary)

Sermon Series with Rev. Dr. Kip Laxson:

“A young millennial recently asked me, “What does your church stand for?” As I gratefully celebrate the past 10 years, and focus on what the next 10 years may hold for us at Asbury, I have been seriously considering this question. What should we stand for? What are the values that ought to define us? Are there nonnegotiable tenets of our faith?

Beginning Sunday, January 12, I will introduce a seven-part sermon series for the New Year entitled: 2020 Vision: Standing for Something without Falling for Everything where I intend to share with you the next steps in the developing vision God has placed on my heart.

Rev. Dr. Kip Laxson, Senior Pastor

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The Bridge

(11:00 a.m. in Williams Chapel)

Sermon Series with Rev. Robert Mercer:

Messy is a four-week series examines the command to “love your neighbor as yourself” and its uses throughout the Bible. Loving others isn’t easy. It requires selflessness and intentionality. Starting in the Old Testament, and moving through the Gospels and Paul’s letters, this series looks at how God expects us to fulfill this command today. Each week’s discussion considers the different aspects of love as depicted in that particular text. The topics include: justice, forgiveness, mercy, salvation, and self-sacrifice. 

Rev. Robert Mercer, Pastor of Family Formation

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