Christians should be the most generous people on the planet because of God’s generosity toward us. Jesus could not have been more clear: God measures our commitment to Him through our behavior, compassion, and generosity toward others. Beginning Sunday, September 24th we are going to spend an exciting three weeks learning how to be more generous with our resources during our Be Rich sermon series.

But we’re not going to stop there… We need to show our communities that our faith is more than just sermons and songs. During this Be Rich season, we will be encouraging everyone in our congregation to take on 1 service project for at least 1 hour. It can be through a local mission, an Asbury mission, or just by doing a random act of kindness for someone in your neighborhood. Imagine the impact we can have on those around us if we all served at least 1 hour during the Be Rich season.

Last year for our Be Rich season, Pastor Eric set a goal of collectively spending 700 hours in service and together we served 1500 hours. This year, our goal is 1500 total service hours.




September 24 - October 8
Beginning Sunday, September 24th we are going to spend an exciting three weeks learning how to be more generous with our resources during our Be Rich sermon series. How do we show generosity to others in a way that honors God? How does our faith interact with our finances? And how can we develop healthy habits in our giving? We’ll explore all of that and more. We will also be encouraging everyone to serve in the community through a local mission, an Asbury mission, or just doing a random act of kindness for someone in your neighborhood. Join us for an exciting three weeks of giving, serving and loving.



A Message From 
We all love our community and the many things it has to offer, but as great as our community is many of our neighbors are hurting. During our Be Rich sermon series, we are challenging everyone in our congregation to take on one service project for at least one hour. Imagine the impact we can have on our community if we all serve at least one hour during the "Be Rich" season. It would show our friends and neighbors that they matter and that they are important. This is our opportunity to give, serve, and to “Be Rich” in love.