What’s Happening Church Wide?
Week of Oct. 13-19, 2019
Pastor Kip continues his new sermon series at 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. Tomorrow, he’ll focus on a well-known, Old Testament figure: Moses. Learn how to see, recognize and honor the holy ground on which we stand—just as Moses did in the book of Exodus.
Pastor Robert begins a new series tomorrow at 11:00 a.m. In the midst of our ‘always-connected’ digital world, there’s a vital need for us to cultivate spiritual practices of solitude and silence. Learn to rest through four simple practices.
Did you know that you can give to Asbury every time you purchase everyday items on Amazon? Simply go to smile.amazon.com and select Asbury United Methodist Church (Birmingham) as your charity of choice. Or, simply click the link below. Every time you shop, Amazon will donate a portion of the proceeds to us.
Young at Heart
What’s happening in Shelby County? Sheriff John Samaniego will offer insight to Young at Heart on Monday, Oct. 14 at 6:00 p.m. in Room 144. Dinner reservations are now closed but all are welcome to attend.
Pork & Greens!
Dine with Asbury family and friends Wednesday from 5:00 to 6:15 p.m. Chef Eric is preparing BBQ Pork over Collards and Cheese Grits topped with Onion Rings. He’ll have Chicken Tenders & Fries for the kids. Cost: $8 for adults; $5 for kids (4-10); and the family max is $24. Reservations due by Monday at noon.
Learn more about the Milestones Program during this next informational session. Each milestone listed below has a monthly online parent class to help leverage this special time in the life of our families. Register now for this free seminar!
The Bible (2nd grade)
Confirmation (6th grade)
Entering High School
Slow down. Catch your breath. Notice God. Be renewed by His presence. Join Adult Ministry Assistant Robyn White for a weekend of respite at Sacred Heart Monastery in Cullman Nov. 1-3, and reconnect with our loving God. Only a few spots remain—register today!
“Having a Mary Heart in a Martha World” is the study topic in Esther Circle (a United Methodist Women’s Group) which meets Monday, Oct. 21 at 10:00 a.m. in Room 120. Open invitation. Contact Gayla Owens.
On Tuesday, Oct. 15 at 6:30 p.m. in Room 128, Martha Circle (a United Methodist Women’s Group) will discuss this Jewish queen through a Bible study. Open invitation. Contact June Griffin.
Mission of the Month: Trunk-or-Treat
One of our largest outreach efforts of the year is coming up on Sunday, Oct. 27. Help us show radical hospitality to our neighbors!
Create a trunk. Pick a theme and hand out candy from 3:30 to 6:00 p.m. Everyone that does a trunk is automatically entered in a drawing for two Iron Bowl tickets!
Serve as a greeter, set-up and break-down helper, parking team, or carnival ride attendant to make this event a success. We’re expecting 2,000 people!
Candy is the easiest way to help and we’ve got a donation box at the children’s ministry desk down the hall.
Spread the word! We’ve got five B’ham food trucks coming, free candy and popcorn, carnival rides, a cake walk, and music. Plus, our special needs families can enjoy exclusive trunk or treat access from 3:30 to 4:00 p.m.
Nov. 2: Hope for the Holidays Grief Support Seminar (9:00 to noon - 144)
Nov. 16 & 17: Brown Bag Mission Project (Saturday & Sunday - Gym)
Nov. 17: Free Concert: The Warblers! (4:00 p.m. - Sanctuary)
Dec. 8: Christmas Madrigal Dinner (6:00 p.m. - Gym)
Feb. 14 & 15: Marriage Retreat (Marriott Shoals, Florence)