Asbury is a loving, warm, family-oriented environment. Our congregation is truly a family, built upon trust, continuity, and faithfulness to God and one another. We will welcome all people from every walk of life. No matter where you are in your journey with Christ, you are welcome at Asbury. Expect to be warmly greeted and welcomed. First time visitors are encouraged to attend any of the Sunday School classes, as well as the 11 am Worship Service. From there, you will see how God is at work in this congregation, on the corner of Clarendon and Markham. Dress as you are comfortable, bring guests, and sit anywhere! All are welcome in the Kingdom of God.
All of life is worship of God, but we gather on the first day of the week to proclaim and respond to God’s word through scripture, preaching, witness, music and the arts. Sunday Worship is at 11:00 AM in the Church Sanctuary. Childcare is available on the third floor for children under 4. All our welcome to worship at Asbury!
"Shout triumphantly to the Lord, all the earth! Serve the Lord with celebration! Come before him with shouts of joy!
Know that the Lord is God - he made us; we belong to him. We are his people, the sheep of his own pasture.
Enter his gates with thanks; enter his courtyards with praise! Thank him! Bless his name!
Because the Lord is good, his loyal love lasts forever; his faithfulness lasts generation after generation"
Our Adult Sunday School classes gather every Sunday morning at 9:30 for an hour to learn about Jesus and the great work of His kingdom.
Our Children's Sunday school meets at 10:00 above the preschool. All children under the age of 13 are welcome to attend, and grow in their relationship with God.
The Adult Chancel Choir gathers at 10:45 in the Choir Room on the 3rd Floor of the Main Building behind the Sanctuary.
We gather at 11:00 am in the Sanctuary for the Worship of God. Our service is rich with the Word of Christ, piano and choral music, and family formed through communal outreach.
806 Clarendon Street
Durham, NC 27705
On the corner of Markham and Clarendon across from Duke's East Campus