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Pentecost –June 4, 2017 – 11AM

 Asbury United Methodist Church

Our vision is to passionately serve in the world because God so loved the world.

Pentecost –June 4, 2017 –Liturgical Color: Red

Sermon Series: “Love the World”

April 23-June 4

GOD’S PEOPLE ASSEMBLE

Good News! June, 2017

GRACE EVENT # 3
JUNE 6th 10:30-2:30
On the 6th day, God created animals and on the 6th of June, we will board a bus and head to Down by the Creek animal sanctuary in Long Grove, Iowa.

This will be a “hands-on” day: groom a pony, hold a rabbit, feed the ducks and learn the skill of training a dog/puppy, etc. This animal sanctuary is a safe

home for a variety of birds/animals and we’ll learn the stories about their rescue. Pack a picnic lunch, invite your friends and step on the bus at 10:30 a.m.

Seventh Sunday of Easter – May 28, 2017 – 8:30AM

Asbury United Methodist Church
Our vision is to passionately serve in the world because
God so loved the world.
Seventh Sunday of Easter – May 28, 2017 – Liturgical Color: White
Sermon Series: “Love the World”
April 23- June 4
GOD’S PEOPLE ASSEMBLE

Seventh Sunday of Easter – May 28, 2017 – 11AM

Asbury United Methodist Church
Our vision is to passionately serve in the world because
God so loved the world.
Seventh Sunday of Easter – May 28, 2017 – Liturgical Color: White
Sermon Series: “Love the World”
April 23- June 4
GOD’S PEOPLE ASSEMBLE

Sixth Sunday of Easter – May 21, 2017 – 8:30AM

Asbury United Methodist Church
Our vision is to passionately serve in the world because
God so loved the world.
Sixth Sunday of Easter – May 21, 2017 – Liturgical Color: White
Sermon Series: “Love the World”
April 23- June 4
GOD’S PEOPLE ASSEMBLE

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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