This service is offered on Sunday mornings at 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. in the sanctuary.

TRADITIONS

Timeless prayers. Powerful creeds. Inspiring hymns. Tradition and familiarity lie at the heart of our liturgical services at 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. Scripture, education, and spiritual growth are integral parts of worship with Rev. Mike Holly, Rev. Robert Mercer, Rev. Maggie Dunaway, and Rev. Michael Bowman. View this week’s worship bulletin.

Baptism in Traditional Worship

THE SERVICES

The 8:30 a.m. service is designed for families who want to worship together. Children come forward for a special lesson and then return to their seats.

The 11:00 a.m. service features our full chancel choir, orchestra, and kids in second grade or younger are invited to children’s church after the children’s moment. Worship activity binders are available during both services and nursery care is available. You can also watch this service live.

A cross bearer, acolytes and Bible bearers carry in the cross in Traditional worship

WHAT WE BELIEVE

United Methodists affirm the faith shared by all Christians, with particular emphasis on God’s grace and on Christian living, putting faith and love into action. During worship, you will learn about service opportunities inside and outside of Asbury’s walls and discover ways to get your whole family involved.

The chancel choir leads Traditional worship at Asbury UMC

THE MUSIC

Whether it’s the chancel choir, soloists, the bell choir, orchestra or children’s choirs, music is the foundation of Traditional Worship. Music Director Nancy Beard oversees the ensembles that perform every Sunday. Interested in making music with Asbury? Get in touch.

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