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Asbury Adults

ADULT MINISTRY

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Welcome

There’s a place for you in Asbury’s Adult Ministry! Our studies involve the ingredients of fellowship, nurture, Bible study, and mission. Through these ingredients, we hope to build lay people who are empowered to make a difference in the world in which they live. Each of the worlds might be different but the core of each world should be centered in Christ.

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Methodist History & Heritage

Who was John Wesley and what did he believe? Who was Francis Asbury and why was our church named after him? When did the Methodist Church become "United" and what does that really mean?

This fall, join Rev. Dr. Kip Laxson for Methodist History & Heritage, a class designed for anyone seeking membership at Asbury or is just interested in knowing more about Methodist history.

This five-week class begins September 26 at 6:30 p.m. Childcare is available.

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Visit the Civil Rights Museum

Get a guided tour of the museum, 16th Street Baptist Church and Memorial Park for just $5! Join Young at Heart on Thursday, September 27. Meet at Asbury at 9:15 a.m. The church bus will stop for lunch on the return route to Asbury.

Questions? Call Gloria Womack (205) 979-1261 or Carolyn Drew (205) 907-7917.

Life Groups

Wish you had a place where you could talk about your week—your struggles, victories, and realties? Starting Sunday, August 19, three new life groups—classes that focus on relationships instead of Bible study or doctrinal teaching—will begin for married moms, single moms, and dads.

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Dads Life Group
 

Pater familias. Also known as: dad. You're the provider, protector, supporter, teacher, and friend. You wear a lot of hats and have a lot on your mind at all times. When do you relax? When do you take time to fellowship with other dads? When do you come to God in prayer? Refresh and recharge with fellow dads while your kids are worshiping and learning about God upstairs--safely cared for!

Join Doug Johnson in Room 137. Questions? Email Doug.

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Single Moms Life Group
 

Work. School. Sports. Practices. Homework. Dinner. The work and extracurricular activities never seem to stop. As a single mom, you barely have time to think--let alone deepen your relationship with God.

For 90 minutes on Sunday evening (while your children are deepening their own spiritual development), enjoy fellowship with other single moms and reflect on ways you can see God through the chaos.

Join Carrie Sanders in Room 138. Questions? Email Carrie.

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Married Moms Life Group
 

You're the glue that holds the family together. Hard worker by day and homework helper by night. Pepper in being a supportive partner, house cleaner and calendar keeper, and you've only scratched the surface of your daily reality. 

Spend time with fellow moms who understand your daily challenges and take time to grow your relationship with God at the same time. 

Join Krisann Johnson in Room 126. Questions? Email Krisann.