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From the category archives: Giving


Donate Towards Easter Flowers

Palms and assorted spring flowers will decorate the church during the Easter season. You are invited to make a contribution toward the display or place a

plant in the Sanctuary that may be picked up after the 11:00 AM service on Easter Sunday.

If you are willing to make a donation, please complete the Easter Flower form and return it to the church office.

A Note from Finance Committee - Online Giving

You can help Asbury change lives! Digital (Electronic) giving makes giving meaningful, simple, and fast! With giving to the Church with PushPay you can choose the frequency, just one time or recurring. Recurring giving can happen every week, every 2 weeks, monthly, or bi-monthly. WIth PushPay you are in control! Contact the church office or visit www.pushpay,com for more information!

Christmas Eve 2019 Offering Update

On Christmas Eve, we shared that 50% of the offering collected that day would be donated to Dr. Chris Hena’s new Dental Clinic at Healthy Women, Healthy Liberia in Kakata, Liberia. Thanks to your generosity, a donation of $5,301 will be made to support this important cause. Learn more about the clinic at

A Note from Asbury's Finance Committee

A Note From Asbury's Finance Committee:

Thank you to all who have returned their 2020 Commitment cards! Please also remember that if you are an electronic giver and increased your 2020 contribution(s) you will also need to update your PushPay account.

Year-End Giving at Asbury

The last opportunity for contributing tithes and offerings to the church in the 2019 calendar year will be Monday, December 30, 2019. Per IRS rules, the effective date of a contribution is when it is delivered to the church: ·      A check deposited in the offering in January 2020 cannot be deducted in 2019 even if it is backdated to 2019. Checks that are mailed to the church and postmarked by December 31, 2019 are deductible in 2019 even though not received by the church un ...

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