Asbury United Methodist Church

Asbury United Methodist Church
Asbury United Methodist Church is listed in the Churches Methodist category in Croton On Hudson, New York. Displayed below is the only current social network for Asbury United Methodist Church which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Asbury United Methodist Church on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 49.

Contact information for Asbury United Methodist Church is:
19 Old Post Rd S
Croton On Hudson, NY 10520
(914) 271-3150

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Asbury United Methodist Church has an overall ZapScore of 49. This means that Asbury United Methodist Church has a higher ZapScore than 49% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Croton On Hudson, New York is 34 and in the Churches Methodist category is 50. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Historical Sunday at Bethel Chapel Last Sunday we had the opportunity to listen in to the meeting of the Ladies of the Methodist Society [early 1800’s] as they discussed Rev. Freeborn Garrettson. These women were portrayed by Barb Whipple, Gloria Laemmel and Dorene Picker. The service was led by Stu Colby. Early in his career, Garrettson served the faithful of the Delmarva Peninsula. Although he favored the revolutionary cause, he refused to fight in the American Revolution and was placed in jail for a time in Maryland. Most of the Methodist preachers who had come from England before the outbreak of war returned there once the war began. Not long after Garrettson inherited several slaves, he freed them. Garrettson wrote that a "voice" moved him to do so. His journals divulge an anti-slavery stance, but do not reveal the extent of his activism. A wave of voluntary emancipation mirrored and followed Garrettson's time on the Delmarva. By 1810 76% of African Americans in Delaware were free, though slavery remained legal in Delaware. The Rev. Freeborn Garrettson's preaching on the Delmarva led directly to the emancipation of Richard Allen, who upon his return to Philadelphia founded the Bethel Church and then the African Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.) denomination. In the late 1780s, Reverend Garrettson settled in the village of Rhinebeck, NY to bring Methodism to its inhabitants. During Garrettson's time as a minister, Methodism rose from obscurity to a place of importance among American religions. Dorene also gave the children’s talk reminding them about John Wesley’s three simple rules to live by: Do good, Do no harm, and Stay in Love with God.

Asbury United Methodist Church at Bethel Cemetary.
Ever wonder about that little chapel on the hill? Come worship this Sunday and experience a little bit of history.

What an awesome week of Croton Village Vacation Bible School! We are so thankful for all of the volunteers and counselors and especially our wonderful director, Lindsay Gilbert! Croton churches continue to nurture and educate children throughout the year, helping them grow in the love of Christ. Our Saviour Evangelical Lutheran Church; St. Augustine's Episcopal Church Complex; Holy Name of Mary, Croton-on-Hudson, NY; Asbury United Methodist Church (Stay tuned for a video of Friday's showcase)
Croton Village Vacation Bible School: Maker Fun Factory Aug 2017

VBS video is coming . . . in the meantime have you seen this week's Gazette? Asbury's hymn sing is on the front page!