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Second Sunday of Lent – March 17, 2019 – 11AM

Asbury United Methodist Church

Our vision is to passionately serve in the world because

God so loved the world.

Second Sunday of Lent – March 17, 2019 – Liturgical Color: Purple

The Last Days of Jesus by Matt Williams

March 10 - April 21

GOD’S PEOPLE ASSEMBLE

First Sunday of Lent – March 10, 2019 – 8:30AM

Asbury United Methodist Church

Our vision is to passionately serve in the world because 

God so loved the world.

First Sunday of Lent  – March 10, 2019 – Liturgical Color: Purple   

The Last Days of Jesus by Matt Williams March 10 - April 21   

GOD’S PEOPLE ASSEMBLE 

Transfiguration Sunday – March 3, 2019 – 8:30AM

Asbury United Methodist Church 

Our vision is to passionately serve in the world because  

God so loved the world. 

Transfiguration Sunday – March 3, 2019 – Liturgical Color: Green   

Oh, The Thinks You Can Think!  

February 10 - March 3    

 GOD’S PEOPLE ASSEMBLE 

Transfiguration Sunday – March 3, 2019 – 11AM

Asbury United Methodist Church

Our vision is to passionately serve in the world because 

God so loved the world.

Transfiguration Sunday – March 3, 2019 – Liturgical Color: Green   

Oh, The Thinks You Can Think! 

February 10 - March 3    

 GOD’S PEOPLE ASSEMBLE 

Good News! March 2019

Fifth Sunday Fun! March 31 at Asbury Bunco Fundraiser Funds raised will buy Bibles for inmates at Women at the Well

United Methodist Church located within the walls of the Mitchellville, Iowa Prison. 

Lenten Sunday Sermon Series 
 The Last Days of Jesus 

Please Join Us for Worship Wednesday, March 6, 7:00 pm All Church Meal beginning at 5:15 

Special Asbury Church Conference to be Held March 18th 

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Our UMC History

The people of Asbury United Methodist Church are part of the second largest Protestant denomination in the United States. Our worldwide connection includes approximately 12.8 million members. The United Methodist Church was formed when the Methodist Church and the Evangelical United Brethren Church merged in 1968, but we trace our heritage back to the movement begun in 1729 in England by John and Charles Wesley.

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1809 Mississippi Boulevard, Bettendorf, IA 52722