Interested in joining a Bible Study? Check these out…..

Think a Bible Study Group sounds boring?  Not at Asbury!  We focus on renewing our faith and building relationships that will last.  You don’t have to be a Bible scholar, none of us are.  All you need is an open heart and mind and you’ll be amazed at what God can do.  here are some opportunities for you to join:

Women’s Group, Sundays at 9 am – “Easter from the Back Side” is our next study. Class will start on October 1st in Room 5 from 9:00am to 10:00am and run for 7 weeks. We are limited to 15 in the group. A sign-up sheet is in the Narthex so make sure you put your name on it. Books will be ordered and Cindy will let you know when they are in. Please see Cindy Hahn if you have any questions – she is looking forward to seeing you!!

Disciple 2 Class – Disciple 2 Class started on September 19th at 6 p.m. We meet every Tuesday for 36 weeks. Any interested person, please contact Dennis Berkey at 302-757-2161.

Youth Group, Sundays at 9 am – Our youth are invited to meet in Pastor Tracy’s office.
Join us each Sunday morning for games, art projects, and fun as we discover how God is at work in our world.

Some activities we have planned for this year:
Coat Drive—all through October
Escape Room (Friday, October 20—please signup with Pastor Tracy)
Lock– In (November)
Serving Soup for the Food Closet (December)

Wednesday at 11:30 am  – What is the right way to pray? When do we pray? Do I pray enough? Begins Wednesday, October 18. Sometimes we worry that we aren’t good at prayer. We compare ourselves to others and wonder how to pray. Join us on Wednesdays as we learn to become Grounded in Prayer: Prayer is a crucial way for us to experience God’s grace. Jesus used The Lord’s Prayer to teach all disciples about how to communicate with God. Christians also order their lives around their relationships with each other, and these relationships are strengthened through personal and corporate prayer with God. The Lord’s Prayer is a template for how to bring our needs, concerns, and challenges to God, who cares for each of us.