Sermon Videos

06-20-21 “Calming the Storms”

“Even the winds and waves obey him!” said Jesus’ disciples after he calmed the storm.  Jesus still calms the storms of life, if we simply put our faith in him.  Read more…

06-13-21 We Are The Seeds

Peggy Eggen is giving the sermon, “We Are the Seeds.” Read more…

06-06-21 “The Seen and The Unseen”

Paul instructs the Christians to focus on that which is eternal while spending his life working to better that which is temporary.  His life remains a model for us, even today.

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05-30-21 “Send Me!”

Isaiah’s call narrative is quite dynamic.  How might God be calling you to serve?

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05-23-21 “The Lord the Giver of Life”

Rev. Stan Curtis delivers today’s message “The Lord the Giver of Life.”

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5-16-21 “Gone but Never Forgotten”

Jesus’ ascension is by no means the end of his story.  For ministry was just beginning for his followers.  They proclaimed his message with the assurance that he will come again.

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5-9-21 “It’s All About the Love”

On this Mother’s Day we hear Jesus teach extensively about the role of love in Discipleship.  Do we often enough make love the focus of our living?

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5-2-21 “Bearing Fruit in a Rocky Garden”

Jesus uses the analogy of The Vine and The Branches and challenges his disciples to be fruitful in their work.  What is necessary to truly bear spiritual fruit?

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4-25-21 “Love Is…”

Love is the center of the Christian message.  What is love for the follower of Jesus Christ?  What does love demand of us?

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4-18-21 “Strength is Found in Jesus”

Peter delivers a powerful message to his fellow Israelites about the death and resurrection of Jesus after healing a paralyzed man.  His message was about the strength which can be found in the Lord.

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4-11-21″He Appears”

Jesus’ appearances serve as the validation of his resurrection.  Seeing him in the flesh must have been a life-changing event.  Yet we are told that our lives can still be changed even if we have not seen him.  The key is “belief.”

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4-4-21 Resurrection and Reunion!

We come together today to celebrate our Risen Lord and celebrate a reunion of the
Asbury Church family! Surely a celebration we will always remember!

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4-2-21 Good Friday

A Service of Tenebrae or “Darkness,” based on a twelfth-century service which is an extended meditation of the passion of Christ.

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4-1-21 Maundy Thursday

Jesus washes his disciples’ feet and Jesus’ Last Supper.  We will hear these Scripture readings and share in the Sacrament of Holy Communion.

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3-28-21 “The Passion Story”

Today we will read the entire Passion narrative as Mark tells it.  May we hear the ancient story of the suffering and death of Jesus Christ as read by a team of the Asbury Church Family.

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3-24-21 Lenten Reflecting Moment

Lenten Reflecting Moment

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3-21-21 “Losing Life to Keep It”

Jesus speaks some difficult words to describe discipleship and salvation.  What does it mean to “hate one’s life in this world to keep it for eternal life?”

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3-17-21 “Lenten Reflecting Moment”

Lenten Reflecting Moment

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3-14-21 “Living in the Light”

Today’s reading may be one of the best known and cherished readings of Scripture.  How might we live in the light of Jesus and how might that bring us closer to understanding the Kingdom of God?

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3-10-21 Lenten Reflecting Moment

Lenten Reflecting Moment

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3-3-21 Lenten Message

Lenten Message

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3-7-21 “The Day the Tables were Turned”

We see a side of Jesus we seldom see that day he cleared the Temple Court.  Was this an act of violence on Jesus’ part or an act of justice?  What life lesson might it offer for us?

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12-24-20 Virtual Christmas Pageant “Journey to Bethlehem”

Welcome to our very first virtual Christmas pageant, from the United Methodist congregations of Rock County, Wisconsin. We fondly recall how in most Decembers the children’s program fills our sanctuaries with joy and delight. We wanted to capture that experience this year with the young people of our congregations and share it with you.
After all, the very first Christmas didn’t go to perfection, and look what happened in that stable.
In the program you’re about to see, the children of our churches will take us on a Journey to Bethlehem.
Thank you to director Seongmin Kim and editor Jane Sommers, and to all the families who participated!

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12-15-19 “Celebrating the Traditions of Christmas”

The Sunday School students present “Celebrating the Traditions of Christmas.”  We celebrated in remembering the meaning of the many traditions we share this time of year.

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3-10-19 Pastor Will’s Thoughts on General Conference

12-23-18 “Broadcasting Christmas”

Asbury’s Children’s Christmas Play “Broadcasting Christmas” is a play of a 1940’s radio broadcast for children. Read more…

12-2-18 Rich Rubietta

Worship Leader Rich Rubietta will lead this special service.  Rich is a United Methodist Evangelist from the Northern Illinois Conference who travels from church to church offering a high energy praise experience.  His ministry combines Christ-centered preaching with creative praise music.  A great way to kick off Advent at Asbury!

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8-12-18 Vacation Bible School Skit – “Riding With Wesley”

Vacation Bible School Children’s Skit – “Riding with Wesley” during our Children’s Moment.

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8-12-18 Asbury’s 60th Anniversary Celebration “Memories, Ministry, & Mission”

Sermon by District Superintendent, Rev. Forrest Wells.  A special celebration of the “Memories, Ministry and Mission” of Asbury Church.  This service will utilize many elements of Asbury’s Inaugural Worship Service of July 29, 1958.

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6-24-18 A Celebration of Our Methodist Heritage – Part 3

Remembering and Reliving the Camp Meeting experiences of the 18th and 19th Century Circuit Riders.

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6-24-18 A Celebration of Our Methodist Heritage – Part 2

Remembering and Reliving the Camp Meeting experiences of the 18th and 19th Century Circuit Riders.

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6-24-18 A Celebration of Our Methodist Heritage – Part 1

Remembering and Reliving the Camp Meeting experiences of the 18th and 19th Century Circuit Riders.

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