WORSHIP SERVICES

8:30am Outdoor Worship

In the season of COVID, Asbury Church's largest worship service is outdoors!  No registration needed, just bring your chairs, blankets, coffee, and friends to enjoy a few songs and the sermon to start your day!

9:30am Contemporary Worship

Our Contemporary Service has a full praise band onstage to lead us in worship.  This service is also livestreamed on the website and Facebook Live. 

11:00am Traditional Worship

Our traditional service offers piano, liturgy, and hymns and meets in our South Sanctuary.

All In

Sermon Series September 26-October 17


All In – God does not want our leftovers: God desires our best. This fall, we will look at how we can be our best for God in a variety of ways- how we can be All In as His people. In our decision to follow Jesus and live as his disciple, All In is a given. But with the busyness of life and the bulls of this world, it's a hard ask. God desires us to be All In with "Four Ts" which are our time, talents, treasure, and our temple. You're invited to be All In this fall and in the upcoming year so we can build up God's Kingdom in North Raleigh and around the world. Come each week to see how we can be “all in” for Jesus in our daily lives.


Ways to be All In: 

  • Time – How do we spend our time?  Today we will examine how we spend our time and reflect on the amount of time we give to God.
  • Talents – God has given each of us gifts.  All of them are important and needed to help build up God’s Kingdom and His church.
  • Treasure – Everything we have comes from God. The Bible says we reap what we sow.  What are we reaping and what are we sowing?
  • Temple – The Bible tells us we are God’s temple where His spirit dwells and we should take care of our temples so we can be all in. 

Week One: Time - September 26th

Scripture       Ephesians 5:15-17

Message        Time Is Of The Essence


Time: Time is one of God’s greatest gifts.  How do we spend our time?  Today we will examine how we spend our time and reflect on the amount of time we give to God.  We are called to use our time faithfully, and to do all we can to build up God’s Kingdom.  While we must certainly do the things necessary for our own well-being and keep ourselves from being a burden to others as much as we are able, we should also at all times consider our spiritual needs and the needs of others.  Come as we consider how we can be “All In” on our walk of faith with our time.


1.      What do you spend most of your time doing?

2.      How much of your time do you devote to God?

3.      Do you feel you need to reprioritize your time?  If yes, what could you change?

4.      What can you do this week to help you feel better about how you spend your time?