Christmas is a time to gather with family and friends. We invite you to be a part of our family, no matter your background, as we celebrate the birth of our Savior. Please join us at one of our Christmas Eve services. Together we’ll experience beautiful music, carols by candlelight, and a Christmas message that reminds us of that night thousands of years ago that continues to transform our world and our lives today.
Sunday Morning Worship
9:30 am and 11:00 am
Please join us for special musical worship services in the Sanctuary featuring stories about, and singing of, some favorite Christmas carols.
Please note: There is NO 8 am Worship service.
Open Door Alternative Worship
Traveling on Christmas Eve or want to get a head-start on celebrating? Join us a day early for a service featuring familiar and modern songs, led by the Open Door Band, candle lighting, communion, and the same Christmas Eve sermon message that will be presented on December 24, held in the Worship Center.
1:00 pm, 7:00 pm, 9:00 pm
Services with carols, a Christmas message, and candle lighting, held in the Sanctuary.
Please note: There is NO 11:00 pm Worship service.
A service led by the children, with candle lighting, held in the Sanctuary. The message for this service features the Christmas story presented in a dramatic fashion, led by our children, with traditional Christmas carols, Bible readings, and a short sermon message.
Open Door Alternative Worship
A service featuring familiar and modern songs, led by the Open Door Band, a Christmas message, candle lighting, and communion, held in the Worship Center
When God is silent, we’re tempted to think he’s absent. That’s why the Christmas story is so important. You can’t separate the “Silent Night” of Christmas from the 400 years of silent nights between the Old and New Testaments. Christmas gives us a real, tangible, and historical hope. It reminds us that even when God is silent, He isn’t absent.
Where to Find Us
For those who are new to our Church, we are located at the corner of Walbert Avenue and Springhouse Road in South Whitehall Township, just off Route 22, near Target. Click here for a map.
For more information, contact us at:
1533 Springhouse Rd., Allentown, PA 18104
Asbury members interested in volunteering for Christmas Eve, please click here, or contact Laurie Wallace Theisen in the Church office or email
Christmas Eve Offering
For the past 6 years, Asbury Church has faithfully donated a portion of our Christmas Eve offering to support a ministry project of one of our Asbury in Mission (AIM) partners. This year, the committee has selected Youth P.E.A.C.E. Ministries; a ministry of the Eastern Pennsylvania Conference of the United Methodist Church’s Board of Camping and Retreat Ministry. This ministry works to provide affordable camping experiences for low-income youth in grades 6 through 12. The camps include: Gretna Glen, Pocono Plateau, and Camp Innabah. Scholarships are based on income guidelines. Your generous offering this Christmas Eve will give much needed funding
to help support this mission. Click here to learn more about Youth P.E.A.C.E. Ministries or view the video below with more information about this wonderful ministry.
Update 1/22/19: Asbury Church is excited to announce that the total donation to be given to Youth P.E.A.C.E. Ministries from our Christmas Eve donation is $6,151.This donation will help support their ministry work in providing affordable camp experiences for low-income youth in grades 6 through 12. Thank you all for your generous contributions!