Foundations for the Future is the capital campaign of Asbury Church that begins in April 2024 and runs for three years. The goal is to raise $2.5 million to improve our campus to ensure we are meeting future needs of our congregation and our community.


Asbury is still spreading the "Good News," but we face new challenges and opportunities. Now more than ever our world needs the hope that is only found in Jesus Christ. Together we continue to impact our community by shining His light and truth. We touch the world in many ways including supporting missionaries, and through our Livestream services.

Forty-five years of growth has taken its toll on our facilities and they are in need of 2.5 million dollars in repairs and updating - that is the current challenge. The opportunity is a three-year capital campaign to build solid foundations for the future to continue our mission into the next generation.


We are thrilled to invite you into this worthy project to see what God will do through Asbury for His glory.


Parking Lot Lighting

One of the first projects completed with funding from the Foundations for the Future campaign is the lighting in the parking lot.

Many of you have likely experienced this new benefit that improves both vision and security for the whole campus. Plus, the new lights are LEDs, which means lower costs for electricity than conventional lights and longer life. No longer will a lift rental expense be needed to change light bulbs every year or two.

Safety and Security Cameras


As more parts of the church campus are used regularly such as the worship spaces, children’s rooms and playgrounds, meeting rooms, parking lots, garden, and amphitheater, more visibility is needed to keep the campus safe and secure.


New cameras have been added around the campus to provide vision to see what is going on in one convenient location. The cameras can be viewed in the office and on the phones used by the safety teams on Sundays.

Major Projects Planned

Summer Projects 2024

Sanctuary AV
Worship Center AV


Testimony from Brenda + Skip Roy
Testimony from Neil Coker
Testimony from Rachel + Jason Ramsey
Testimony from Cindy + Mike Ellis

“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Then you will call on me and come and pray to me, and I will listen to you.”

Jeremiah 29: 11-12

Capital Campaign Informational Meeting


There is no more important activity in support of this initiative than praying. We need to pray for wisdom, guidance, our leadership, hearts for ministry, and that God will continue to provide resources to help us update our facilities and
property at Asbury.


Please pray for our staff and the Foundation for the Future campaign.

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Day 13
Day 14

Please join us in praying on a regular basis after day 14


Please start this process by spending time reflecting and praying on what God wants you to do in this capital campaign. Consider what God might be calling you to give sacrificially over the next three years to help Asbury continue to build Foundation for the Future. The desire is to have everyone give back a portion of the resources that God has given them.

Donation of stock/property
Liquidation of Personal Assets
Ideas to give sacrificially


Have questions? We have the answers!

What is Foundations for the Future?
What is the goal of this campaign?
What funds are needed to achieve this goal?
What will the campaign funds go towards?
Who will be asked to participate in Foundations for the Future?
What is Asbury’s current financial health?
What is the difference between a capital campaign gift and my annual pledge?
Why a three-year pledge?
How much am I expected to give?
Why is each donor asked to complete a pledge form?
Are gifts to the campaign tax deductible?
What if my situation changes during the three-year giving phase?
Where can I find out more information or can I speak with someone about the Foundations for the Future campaign?
When can we expect to see improvements to our church?