To join a class please email Kelly Arnold at

Kelly Arnold, Director of Connectional Ministries

  • "closing the coverage gap": kancare forum

    “Close the Coverage Gap” | Thurs., Mar. 15 | 7 pm | Hager Hall

    Church and Society will be hosting Sheldon Weisgrau, Dir. of the Health Reform Resource Project. Healthcare for all is a faith-related issue. The social principles of the UMC state: “It is unconscionable that any human being should ever be denied health care due to econ., racial or class barriers…”

    More than 150,000 Kansans fall into a health coverage gap. Join this forum!

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  • Lunch Bunch | 2/18 | Noon

    3rd Sundays, meeting  in the Parlor

    New multi-generational Sunday school class held after the 11:00 service. Child care will be available for nursery age children. Board games available for the elementary age. Lunch will be eaten together and then the adults will have a faith based conversation. Topics to change and be determined by the group. For more information, please contact Dawn Schnake or Emily Weems.  


  • "9 Essential Things" | 1/28 | 10-10:45 am

    Join Rev. Gayla for a Sunday morning study on “Nine Essential Things I’ve Learned About Life” from Harold Kushner. The class will be held in rm. 208 from 1/28 - 2/25. Sign ups will be in the Welcome Center, books can be purchased for $10.00. Contact Kelly Arnold for more information at


  • Youngish Adult SS | 1/28 | 10-10:50 am

    Join our new study group! We will be brainstorming on discussion topics and donuts will be available!

  • "A Way Other Than Our Own" | 2/18-3/25 | 5-7 pm

    Join Pastor Lee for a study and discussion on Walter Brueggemann’s devotional for Lent. Each night will begin with a light supper and then move into reading/discussion the devotions of the previous week.  There will also be a time for prayer and sharing.  Dr. Brueggemann will speak at Asbury the week following Easter, April 6-8.

    Books are $10 in the Welcome Center and there will be a free will offering for the supper.


  • A Painting, the parable of the prodigal son and it's deeper meaning | 2/21-3/21 | 10-11:30 am

    Join Rev. Janet Maxwell & Rev. Rick Saylor  for this 5 week study.

    A chance encounter with a reproduction of Rembrandt’s “The Return of the Prodigal Son” was transforming for Jesuit priest Henri Nouwen. It led him to meditate and then write on its deeper meaning for our lives today.  Using his book “The Return of the Prodigal Son: A Story of Homecoming” and the biblical parable itself, we will examine the various themes in this parable about life and relationships and how they speak to us today.  Come  prepared to dive into the depths of this parable. Books are $12 and available in the Welcome Center.


  • Lenten Outing with Pastor lee

    *Date and Details Coming Soon


  • Annual Bids and Barbeque

    Friday, April 27, 2018 | 5-8 pm (Click for flyer)

    Johnson County Arts and Heritage Center

    (87th and Metcalf)

    If you'd like to volunteer please contact Ann Porter at