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Click for Bulletin for the upcoming 8:30 am Service

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Click for Bulletin for the upcoming 9:30 am Service

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Click for Bulletin for the upcoming 11:00 Service

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Well-supervised child care is provided for children two-years-old and younger during the 9:30 a.m. worship service. Sunday school classes exist for children two-years-old and older at the same time. The Cribbery and Sunday school rooms are in the Sunday school wing, downstairs from the Fellowship Hall.  If your child needs you while you are upstairs, your identification number will appear on the black screen behind the praise band.

LIFE IN THE CHURCH COMMUNITY

The Intentional Faith Team encourages everyone to consider reading one Bible reading each day Monday – Friday taken from the Revised Common Lectionary.  Often they form the basis for preaching, teaching, and worship on Sunday Morning.

Acts 9:36-43, Psalm 23, Revelation 7:9-17

John 10:22-30

2nd Sunday Mission – Asbury Youth Group

May’s Second Sunday offering will be to Asbury Youth’s summer trip and mission projects. Twelve Asbury Youth and four adults will travel to Kansas City, MO, July 10-15, to attend the UMC sponsored national youth event, “Love Well 2019”. This life changing event is held only once every four years. Our youth are awesome and hard-working. Recent mission projects have included UMCOR hygiene kits, preparing and serving Circle of Hope, and assisting with yard maintenance. Fundraising has included the Easter eggs, the pancake supper, and yard and landscaping jobs. Students plan to share their Love Well experience with their church family, and are grateful for your support.                                                                               

Farmers Market will begin, May 25th. For more information email: AsburyChurchFarmersMarket@gmail.com

Asbury Pew Bibles– The old red pew Bibles are available to anyone that would like one by calling the office.  As of May 26 any leftover Bibles will be shipped to Liberia.

If you have any Graduates for 2019 please let us know at the office 302-653-8415.

Our sincere sympathy to Hawes Family on the loss of Barbara Hawes.  Pray for peace and God’s comforting hand as they grieve.   

AT A GLANCE

May 5, Sun      Youth Group 5pm                           

May 6, Mon     Morning Bible Study 10:30 am

                       IFD mtg. 6:30 pm

May 7, Tues    Pray Care Team mtg. 10 am

                       Choir 6pm/Bells 7:30

                       Chill Café 5pm/3D- Young Adult 7pm

                       Confirmation 6 pm

May 8, Wed     Methodist Men 8 am

                       Outreach 4:30 pm

LOOKING- AHEAD

May 12, Sun    MOTHER’S DAY

                       Youth Group 5pm                          

May 13, Mon   Morning Bible Study 10:30 am

                       Mission Team mtg. 1 pm

                       Bazaar Crafters 6:30 pm

May 14, Tues   Music Mtg. 5:30 pm

                       Choir 6pm/Bells 7:30

                       Chill Café 5pm/3D- Young Adult 7pm

                       Confirmation 6 pm

May 15, Wed   Methodist Men 8 am

                       NEWSLETTER DEADLINE

                       Dorcas Cir. Mtg. 1pm

May 15, Sat     Circle of Hope Dinner 5 pm

The Food Pantry is asking for cooking oil, sugar, egg noodles, Manwich and cereals.  Don’t forget to bring in your coupons (no need to clip).  The basket is located at the back door.  Please call Asbury office at 302-653-8415 for more details.   Please no expired food.  We are looking for more volunteers to pack food in the pantry on a monthly basis and we are also looking for a new volunteer coordinator.