Asbury News and Event Information

It's a new year in the Bell Room!

New things are happening in the bell room!  There are new directors, new bell choirs, new music, and new ideas for ringing in worship. This is a great time to try your hands at ringing.  There is a place at the bell table for people of all ages and all levels of experience.   Grades 4 - 7 - Wednesday Nights from 5:40 - 6:25 PM with the Faith Ringers  Grades 8 - 12 - Wednesday Nights from 8:00 to 9:00 PM with the Apostle Ringers  First Time and early level Adult Ri ...

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Like to work with Young Adults?

Join Asbury Connection to help support our post high school young adults and each other. Our next meeting is Wednesday, Sept. 10 at 7:30 PM in room 108. Contact Dot Hes for more information at 610-391-9212.

Recently graduate High School or know someone who did?

Check out Asbury Connection, our ministry for post high school young adults. This Asbury ministry provides spiritual support and helps to maintain a connection of Christian fellowship. Get more details and sign up here or contact Dot Hess for more information at 610-391-9212.

Looking for a Sunday morning small group to help explore your faith?

A new adult Sunday School class is beginning in September. Life-long Christians, as well as new believers of all ages, are welcome to join this small group of dedicated Christians who wish to explore their faith more deeply. Join us on Sunday, September 7 in the Aldersgate Room (near the office) at 9:30 am.  We will be using Leslie Vernick's book "Lord, I Just Want to Be Happy" as a study guide this fall. Questions? Contact Kim Campbell at . To order a copy of the book (about $10) ...

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Asbury seeks Child Care help

Asbury is currently seeking patient, compassionate individuals to provide child care for any of the following times: Sunday mornings (9:15-10:45am) Sunday evenings (5:45-8:00pm) Wednesday evenings from October through December (5:45-7:45pm) This individual should be willing to obtain Child Abuse and Criminal background clearances and participate in the Safe Sanctuaries training.  These are paid positions. If you are interested in learning more, please contact Pam Unrath in the churc ...

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Supplies needed to combat Ebola in Liberia

We're sure you’ve heard by now of the spread of the Ebola virus in Liberia and other West Africa countries.  Our friends are being impacted by this outbreak.  We just received this message from our mission partner, Dr. Chris Hena last week:    “Thank you for your thoughts, prayers and concerns over the recent Ebola Epidemic that has hit Western Africa.  He is faithful and it is only by His grace that we are able to carry out our task around here.  However, we have ...

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Liberia Well Completed

Eastern PA Conference Annual Report

Eastern Pennsylvania Conference Annual Conference, May 15-17, 2014 Attending from Asbury: Rev. Eric Yeakel,  Judy Ehninger, Lay Member Greg Ellis, Commissioned Deacon Carlen Blackstone and Chuck Ehninger as Lay Equalizing Delegates Please contact Pastor Eric or Judy Ehninger if you have any questions or comments.   Annual Conference highlights vital ministry, visionary leaders  Bishops Gabriel Unda Yemba of the East Congo Area and Peggy Johnson of the Philadelphia A ...

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Supplies Needed for Cookson Hills Mission Team

The Cookson Hills VBS team is collecting supplies. Collection bins are located below the large display case on the lower level. Thank you for sharing in this ministry! 

  • short-sleeve button-down shirts (to use as paint shirts)
  • cereal boxes  
  • scrapbook paper (any color/any design) 
  • colorful buttons

Food Drive for Everlasting Life Ministries a huge success!

Gary Millspaugh from the Everlasting Life Ministries and the Asbury in Mission (AIM) Team would like to thank the Congregation and all who have donated to the ELM Food Drive.  Your donations of food items and Change for Change during the month of May are greatly appreciated.  Asbury donated 741 pounds of food and $179 dollars to support this Allentown center city ministry.

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