Juneteenth festival June 19, 2021 10:30am-12:30pm

The festival will be held at St. Charles Borromeo Catholic  Church parking lot, 1315 Lomitas Ave, Livermore. Tri Valley for Black Lives is holding a festival to celebrate and remember Juneteenth, the holiday celebrating the liberation of enslaved people in the United States. It will be a time to gather safely to celebrate and educate […]
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We need your help!! Asbury Campus Clean-Up Day–Saturyday, June 5 – 10″00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

You are invited to join us with your family and close friends, all ages, to help make the campus shine for Asbury’s anticipated reopening. We have not had a clean-up day for over a year, so there are many tasks to be done. We will practice Social Distancing, wear our masks, and work in social […]
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Asbury’s Anti-Racism Ministry invites you to a ZOOM Film series: “Race: The Power of Illusion”

Since its 2003 PBS broadcast and video release, millions of people have used California Newsreel’s series Race – The Power of an Illusion to scrutinize their own deep-seated beliefs about race and racism and explore how our social divisions are not natural or inevitable, but made. A new companion website, www.racepowerofanillusion.org was recently launched. There, […]
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Partners for Change Tri-Valley Update

Read a letter from Partners for Change Tri-Valley to the members of Asbury UMC and help them by donating to support our community.

Children’s Ministry News for the Christmas Season

Children’s Ministry Christmas Season News: Join us this Christmas Eve Thursday, December 24th at our ‘Interactive Pop-Up Telling of The Christmas Story Candlelight Service’ via Zoom at 4:30pm – EVERYONE of ALL AGES are welcome to attend and participate. Let’s get creative and use household items to dress up to be a part of the story. Who […]
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2020-21 Bus Ticket Drive

This season we kick off the fifth annual Livermore Bus Ticket drive to help provide much needed bus rides for members of our community who have no other form of transportation, and cannot afford to purchase tickets.

From Pastor Kathy

After Labor Day, schools are in full swing (as much as the pandemic allows) and many community groups begin a new year. This year the political season heats up as we prepare for the November elections. Over the years, I have been told that Christians should not be involved in politics and pastors shouldn’t express […]
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Asbury’s Anti-racism Ministry

Asbury is in the beginning stages of forming an Anti-Racism Ministry.  Many of us attended the virtual Anti-Racism workshop offered by the Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis of Middle Church in New York City in mid-June.  A second workshop building on the first will be offered in late July.  We hope many people will attend. Here […]
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2020 Summer ‘VBS Connection Camp’ Current Online Offerings

2020 Summer ‘VBS Connection Camp’ Current Online Offerings (more to come): ‘Livermore Asbury UMC Children’s Ministries’ Facebook Group Page where you can find Sunday School Connection video lessons, Children’s Worship videos created by Pastors & Staff within our Methodist Conference, science experiment videos, uplifting and creative posts for children & adults, positive parenting resources, weekly […]
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Meet Asbury’s New Part-time Minister of Congregational Care

We welcome Heather Leslie Hammer as our new part-time Minister of  Pastoral Care beginning July 1, 2020. Heather is a retired United Methodist Minister having served three churches in the California-Nevada Conference during her active ministry: San Ramon Valley UMC (Alamo), St. John’s UMC (Rohnert Park), and Lynnewood UMC (Pleasanton). In retirement she has served […]
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