There's no better time to get to know Asbury than on Sunday morning. Between worship at 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m., Asbury offers learning and fellowship opportunities for adults, youth and children from 9:45 - 10:45 a.m.
Whether you're seeking fellowship and community with friends or you're interested in learning how to better understand God's word, there is a place for you in our Adult Ministry!
Sunday School - 9:45 a.M.
Asbury has 15 adult Sunday School classes and each one is centered around Biblical study, fellowship, and service. If you are not part of a class, we encourage you to visit several classes as each one is unique.
A Disciple’s Path
Join Rev. Greg Foust, Minister of Discipleship, for a seven-part series designed to help you take the next step in following Jesus Christ. A Disciple’s Path will examine frequently asked questions about what United Methodists believe and how United Methodists are unique in how they live out their Christian faith. If you are interested in becoming a member of Asbury UMC, this is a required class.
A Disciple’s Path begins on Sunday, April 28 during the Sunday School hour, 9:45 to 10:45 a.m. Questions? Email Pastor Greg.
New Young Adult Class
All single and married young adults, ages 18-30ish are invited to join Adult Ministry Assistant Robyn White for fellowship and faith development. How does God speak to you during the week? Do you know what to listen for?
This Young Adult Class meets in Room 135.
Questions? Email Robyn White.
Divorced? Widowed? Blissfully unattached? All are welcome to fellowship and make new friends while learning how to listen for and discern God's voice in a world of noise. This group plans fellowship outings as well as missional opportunities!
The Adult Singles meet in Room 140.
Questions? Email Lee Ann Wagner.
Learn how to incorporate Biblical values into your lifestyle! Participate in relaxed, informal, scripture-based discussion with adults who have older children or are empty nesters. Mission projects include packing soldier care packages and meals for B’ham outreach.
Agape meets in Room 138.
Questions? Email Elan Feagin.
Current world events shape the lessons and discussions in this relevant class made up of adults facing empty nest or retirement. Learn to deal with the challenges of daily life God’s way. Teachers rotate monthly and choose faith-based books from a variety of sources.
Challengers meet in Room 132/134.
Questions? Email Janet O’Neil.
Couples and single adults seeking a richer spiritual life are welcome! Study God’s word and learn to incorporate Biblical values in your family’s lifestyle. Dedicated to helping others in the community. Regular social activities!
Crossroads meet in Room 133.
Questions? Email Angel McPhearson.
Calling all married couples (with or without young children) who want to build new relationships! Come learn about God and fellowship with friends. F.I.S.H. stands for Families In Service to Him.
F.I.S.H. meets in Room 129.
Questions? Email Jenn McCullars.
Married, single, or widowed seniors growing together in the love and understanding of God’s will. Support the ministries of Asbury and the body of Christ. Passionate about supporting local missions including the Food Pantry and Oak Mountain.
Friendship meets in Room 142.
Questions? Email Roy Daniels.
Dive into the books of the Bible chapter-by-chapter and study the deeper meaning that lies therein. Social events and group service projects are planned quarterly for this group of empty nesters and retirees.
Good Samaritan meets in Room 126.
Questions? Email Steve Hendricks.
Men, women, couples, singles, empty nesters and grandparents seek to know God more intimately through studying His word. Assist residents of Shepherd’s Fold mission. Meet regularly for social activities and group service projects.
Journeymen meet in Room 144.
Questions? Email Renata Martin.
Ladies Bible Study
Moms, wives, grandmothers, empty nesters, and single women come together to study God’s word and learn how to put His lessons into practice. Service projects are part of the curriculum and determined by the class.
Ladies Bible Study meets in Room 136.
Questions? Email Ellen Thompson.
Learn how to be intentional in your faith and how to practice radical hospitality to those in need. L.I.G.H.T. stands for Learning in God’s House Together. Geared towards couples parenting elementary to high school-age children.
L.I.G.H.T. meets in Room 120.
Questions? Email Melissa Franklin.
New to Asbury? Approaching empty nest or retirement? Join fellow new faces and form friendships that will last a lifetime. O.A.K. stands for Outreach and Knowledge and the curriculum is designed to inspire spiritual growth.
O.A.K. meets in Room 137.
Questions? Email Lori Moler.
What are you seeking? Tools on how to live a Christian life? Guidance from God? This diverse, active class consists of empty nesters who are striving to serve God and love each other.
Seekers meet in Room 122.
Questions? Email Mike Northrup.
Take an in-depth look at books of the Bible and find new meaning. Learn how the stories in the Bible are relevant to us today. The ages of the participants span several decades and life stages.
Trailblazers meet in Room 127.
Questions? Email Robyn White.
Get a fresh approach to faith and build relationships with other young professionals, couples with or without children, and singles. Learn how to find God in the business of every day. Y.A.M.S. stands for Young Adults Married or Single.
Y.A.M.S. meet in Room 128/130.
Questions? Email Erica Touchstone.