Asbury United Methodist Church


Asbury United Methodist Church is listed in the Churches Methodist category in New Port Richey, Florida. Displayed below are the social networks for Asbury United Methodist Church which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Asbury United Methodist Church on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 86.

Contact information for Asbury United Methodist Church is:
4204 Thys Rd
New Port Richey, FL 34653
(727) 842-8136
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Asbury United Methodist Church added 2 new photos.
Welcoming a new member, Ruben Crespo into the congregation of Asbury UMC & also Communion Sunday along with Scout Sunday @ Asbury UMC

Fisher of Men DEVOTION BY Susan Ferguson POSTED 1/25/2017 12:00:01 AM ON Matthew 16:18 NLT POSTED TO THE Spirit & Mind Devotion. Now I say to you that you are Peter (which means 'rock'), and upon this rock I will build my church, and all the powers of hell will not conquer it. Matthew 16:18 NLT. Peter was a fisher of men—but not initially. The apostle tops my list of outstanding Bible characters. God transformed this ordinary fisherman into a dynamic leader of the early church. The folly and humanness in his early life make him a saint that’s relatable and one we can learn from. Peter was a man of contradictions. He was impulsive and strong-willed, yet capable of great love and loyalty. He left everything he had to follow Jesus. When something needed to be said, he said it—but was quick to blurt out words before thinking. A man of faith, he was both courageous and fearful. Once, Peter left a boat and walked on water to go to Jesus. When he saw the wind, he took his eyes off Jesus and began to sink. He cried out for help, and Jesus reached out His hand and caught him. Christ rebuked him gently for doubting. Peter was the first disciple to confess Jesus as the Christ, the Son of the living God (Matthew 16:16). He boasted he would never forsake Jesus, but in an hour of crisis after Jesus’ arrest, Peter denied even knowing Him. When Peter realized what he had done, he wept bitterly. Yet Peter’s story doesn’t end in failure. Jesus loved him, forgave him, and restored him. On the day of Pentecost, Peter preached boldly, and 3,000 people were converted. The simple fisherman became a mighty fisher of men. Persecution followed, but Peter rejoiced that he was counted worthy to suffer for Christ’s sake. If you have experienced failure, remember God can use it for your good by bringing you to a deeper trust in Him. There may be consequences to face, but failure can be a stepping stone to future success.

The Awesome Asbury Crafters have finished the quilt! We'll be displaying the quilt and selling tickets every Sunday morning and prior to the Thursday dinners. Tickets are only $1. Drawing in early March. Get your ticket from any crafter.

The Fish in the Sky DEVOTION BY Kathy Dork POSTED 1/4/2017 12:00:01 AM Sanctify them in the truth; Your word is truth. John 17:17 NASB Photo courtesy of pixabay.Spectacular sunbeams, like delicate strands of golden silk, showered my sister’s neighborhood. I was headed to my first Bible study. I quickly dismissed the possibility it was a sign from God. Immediately a thought instructed me, “Look at the hole.” I followed the golden strands upward into the clouds. The hole was a perfect cutout of the Jesus fish. God had plucked out a crisp fish-shaped hole in a billowing cloud as white as the purest cotton. It was a sign. There was no mistaking the fish in the sky for a random cloud formation. God was pleased that I was going to study the Bible. God is delighted when we study His Word. Through study, we can be sanctified and set apart as holy by His truth. The Holy Spirit uses truth to teach, reminding us Jesus is the same today as He was when He walked the earth. He is still capable of all kinds of signs and wonders. God longs to show us the magnitude of His love, and He uses Scripture to speak to us and draw us into an intimate relationship with Him. In our study, we find God’s truth transforms the way we think—a key to setting us apart from the world. When we begin to think differently, we want to act differently—allowing God to take control. We have access to His help. Devotions are great, but the power that transforms awaits us through Bible study. Take time to study His Word. Spend time developing your relationship with a God who longs for your presence with Him. Fill yourself with God’s truth and watch the amazing transformation begin.

Asbury United Methodist Church added 3 new photos.
Some great pictures of the Children's Christmas Program for 2016.


Communion and Scouts Sunday today @ Asbury!

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