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Capital Campaign COMPLETED!!

In the midst of a challenging time, we still have much to celebrate!  Thanks to your amazing generosity, we have reached our goal for the Capital Campaign of $350,000! Praise God!! Thank you to all who supported this important initiative; and continue to watch for updates on project progress in the coming months.

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Capital Campaign Update - March 11, 2020

We’ve made great progress in the Capital Campaign. In fact, we’re nearing the goal! But we still need your help! Here’s where the 4 projects of the Capital Campaign stand: Sanctuary Wall: COMPLETE! The Sanctuary wall was completed along with the pressure washing and sealing of the entire exterior of the building. Cost: $51,000. Memorial Garden Retaining Wall: Bid approved! The Trustees have approved a bid for the retaining wall by the Memorial Garden. We hope that work will begin sho ...

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Update on Capital Campaign (February 20, 2020)

Numbers through the end of 2019 are compiled and the total amount received is now $318,372.33; leaving $31,627.67 to reach the goal of $350,000.

Update on Capital Campaign (December 17, 2019)

We've rolled the $50K Challenge into the overall Capital Campaign report, which means that the Capital Campaign as is now at nearly 86% of the goal ($299,875 of $350,000). Thanks for your continued generosity! Visit for more information on the campaign.

Sponsor a Lift for Maintenance at Asbury

An opportunity has come for Asbury to purchase a lift that would assist with maintenance duties around the church. Currently the custodial staff needs to erect scaffolding to service lights and some equipment in the Sanctuary and Wesley Center. The parking lot lights have to be serviced by a contractor because of our inability to reach the light standards with the equipment we have on-hand. The purchase of this lift will allow these tasks to happen more quickly and safely by in-house staff. The Finance Comm ...

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Communication from Church Council on Upcoming Changes to Asbury's Facility Closure Door Locking Policy

The following is a letter from Tim Lebrecht, Chair of Asbury's Church Council: Several weeks ago we had a Congregational Chat to get feedback on the facility closure and door locking policy that was started in September.  I thank everyone for sharing their thoughts and stories - both positive and negative.  The door locking and facility closing time were rolled out as part of the safety and security process within the church.  The feedback was clear that we had enhanced security, but at ...

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Help Complete the $50K Challenge!

As a congregation, we've matched over 75% of the $50K Challenge! If you're not familiar with this challenge, an anonymous family made a $50,000 contribution to Asbury's Capital Campaign, but with a challenge to the congregation to match that amount. We're so grateful for your contributions to this challenge so far. Asbury's Church Council, Trustees, Finance Committee view this as Asbury's top priority and if you have not yet contributed, ask that you'll consider making a donation to this cause a priority in ...

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Update on Capital Campaign (November 14, 2019)

November 14, 2019 The Trustees are pleased to share the following Capital Campaign update: The previously communicated work being completed by Frank Cseve General Contractor is nearly complete. The most recent item completed was the replacement of the broken lintels of the Worship Center windows. The contractor has been paid 60% of the cost of the total project, with final 40% payment due after final inspection/walkthrough. Additionally, at its October meeting, the Trustees approved a plan to replace ...

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Update on Capital Campaign (November 5, 2019)

November 5, 2019 We're excited to share that improvements to Asbury's building as part of the ongoing Capital Campaign are underway! The first step was a thorough power washing of the building. This work was completed by Frank Cseve General Contractor, who is continuing to work on sealing the building exterior as well as making repairs to the interior of the Sanctuary wall. This work has been contracted at an estimated cost of $55,000. Additionally, there is currently work underway to replace fou ...

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A Note from Asbury’s Board of Trustees: “Coffee with a Cop”

A Note from Asbury’s Board of Trustees: “Coffee with a Cop” Asbury’s Board of Trustees has been working on the topic of church security for the past several months.  Many discussions have taken place, experts were brought in to complete facility assessments, and staff and committee members have attended several local “House of Worship” security seminars. Asbury does have a security system in place to deal with general safety needs during our work day hours.&nbs ...

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