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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Asbury Prep the Campus for Re-Opening Work Day

Hi Folks: Saturday, June 5 from 10-1, we are meeting on the campus to spruce it up for our re-opening of in-person worship. There are many tasks and you know the saying: Many hands make light work. Families can work together, individuals can work by themselves or with others depending on their vaccination status and […]
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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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Bocce? Basketball? Disc golf?Putting green?

 Asbury’s Recreation Task Force wants your input on what recreational improvements you’d like to see made to our property. Of primary concern is the best way to use the area to the west of the Youth Building, but we also want your ideas for the back acreage (the area not in use by Fertile Groundworks). […]
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A Timely Matter

Dear Brothers, Sisters and Siblings in Christ: We haven’t had Pastor’s Column in a while and so I thought I would write one on an important topic that we are addressing in Livermore–Affordable Housing. Whenever, a United Methodist pastor is appointed to a church we are reminded that not only are we appointed to a […]
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Time for Pentecost Art

Dear Asbury Friends, As we approach Pentecost (May 23), it’s time for the next group art project! Pentecost is when the church was given the gift of the Holy Spirit, who guided the followers of the Way of Jesus into the world to share the good news of the gospel. It is also known as the birthday […]
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Finance Update 4/25/2021

Asbury continues to be on sound financial footing.  For the year 2020 expenses were $615,150, compared to a budget of $625,000.  Income in 2020 was augmented by the federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), established in response to the pandemic, that offered loans to businesses and non-profits including churches. The loans were converted to grants in […]
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Don’t be afraid of the alarm panel in the new office building!

Hey Asburyites, if you have a key and are accustomed to entering the office building to check mail or make copies, the alarm panel by the lobby door might scare you off.  Don’t worry! The lobby door is not alarmed – only the offices are.  You can use your key to open the lobby door […]
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Asbury Grill Team Returns!

The 2021 Livermore Rodeo Parade is being conducted virtually this year.  Asbury has been invited to participate once again with our famous Grill Team. We will be entering a video of our marching routine in full grill team attire to the tune of “My Grill” played and sung by the Asbury Band.  This is a take off […]
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COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics at Robert Livermore Community Center

The City of Livermore, Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District, and Livermore Area Recreation and Park District, in partnership with regional Safeway Pharmacies, are co-hosting a series of Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics on: Friday, April 2 (1st vaccine) Saturday, April 3 (st vaccine) Friday, April 9 (1st vaccine) Location: the Robert Livermore Community Center, 4444 […]
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