Small groups, for the purpose of disciple-development are forming on a regular basis. These discipleship groups are for the purpose of helping members grow in their commitment to Christ and their willingness to help grow the body of Christ by making disciples who make other disciples. Participate in discipleship groups is completely voluntary, but once involved, members are encouraged to maintain a high level of commitment to the disciple-making process through their group.
Better Together: Meets Wednesday evenings at 7pm, starting Sept. 11 in-person or on zoom, in the chapel room. Becoming more like Christ is something we can only do with other people. This is a community where we will learn to pray and read the Bible slowly together. Led by Pastor Cambron.
Men’s Study Group: Meets Saturdays from 8:00 – 9:30 am at the church. Study topics vary and may include Scripture, Christian books, catechisms, and other Bible-based Christian themes. Group leaders alternate. Member participation during group discussions is encouraged. There is also time for the men to socialize and share their lives from the past week, as well as their concerns and prayers. New members will be welcomed. Contact Terry Marshall
Women’s Discipleship Group: Meets Wednesday evenings at 7pm in Joy Classroom. A group for women to reflect on scripture, be encouraged, and grow more like Christ together. Led by Teresa Moreland.
Tuesday Discipleship Group: Meets Tuesday evenings at 6pm in Joy classroom. A group to reflect on scripture, be encouraged, and grow more like Christ together. Led by Marianne Marshall.
Moms Group: Meets the second Tuesday of the month from 10-11:30am. Looking for a group of moms to connect with? Join us for a time of fellowship, encouragement, and conversation with other moms. Childcare for nursery to preschool age children is provided. Led by Molly Wright.
Choir: Practices Wednesday nights at 7pm and sings at the 9am service. Led by Doug Colyer.
Financial Peace University: In October, we are planning on offering Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University course for those who are interested, FPU doesn’t teach money like everyone else (aka, the boring, confusing and just plain stupid advice that’s kept you broke). FPU hangs their hats on the proven biblical principles that work for anyone. With FPU, you’ll get:
- Practical lessons, not just a bunch of useless theories.
- Simple, straightforward teaching that isn’t way over your head
- Guided steps so you always know what to do next with your money
There is a fee of $80 per couple or person (the church is willing to sponsor those who need help with the cost). First date and time to be determined. Led by Bill Bentley.
Thursday Morning Small Group: Starting Oct. 13 at 9AM. More details soon on what the group will be studying. Led by Marsha Berry and Deanna Bentley.
Adult Sunday School Classes
Sunday School is a great way to meet new friends and share with others what the Bible teaches us about living a Christian life. We encourage you to try several of our adult classes…we know you’ll find one right for you!
Classes meet from 10:15 – 11:00 a.m. each Sunday and range from Bible study to topical formats to discussion on current events in our world. But all have the same goal: To form friendships, community and application of the Scriptures to form our daily living and grow as strong followers of Christ.
Anchored: Class for adults in their 30’s and 40’s. Meets in the prayer room (3rd floor) upstairs across from the youth room. Led by Molly Wright at Molly.Dean.Wright@gmail.com.
Walking in Grace: Meets in the chapel room next to gathering area. Led by Julie Cropper ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) Bible based study focused on scripture, history, and daily life of the Old and New Testaments. We welcome anyone interested in growing in faith through bible study and fellowship.
Wired Friends: Meets in the church office conference room. We are studying Growing Older & Wiser by Dale and Sandy Larsen. Various leaders. Contact Carole Graff at email@example.com
J.O.Y. Class (Jesus, Others, You): Meets in the JOY classroom across from the gathering area. We are using the book The Twelve Disciples by Douglas Connelly. All are welcome. Led by Janelle Clinkenbeard (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Rooms 1 – 11 on Lower Level Rooms in 100s on Main/First Floor Rooms in 200s on Second Floor
Asbury church regularly has members in mission activities. From as close as Ida Spence Mission in Covington, KY to as far away as Haiti, Thailand, and Peru, members of Asbury’s family have gone to serve Christ in many parts of the world. Activities on mission trips range from constructing churches and homes to offering some medical services to working with children and youth to share the love of Jesus with them. New possibilities for mission involvement are developing now.
For women who enjoy crafting, Asbury’s Crafty Ladies offer a relaxed opportunity to do crafts of all kinds in a warm, friendly environment. Crafts made by this group are then sold at the annual craft fair from which the profits are given to various local and foreign missions. Crafty ladies meet in the lower level of the office building each Thursday from February through November, 10:00 – 2:00. Contact Marianne Marshall.