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Asbury UMC now has many members who are homebound, ill or otherwise unable to attend worship, and the church Visiting Ministry Committee needs volunteers to visit these members.

Just as you enjoy watching a child's face light up, why not light up the face of one of these members with a visit? Putting a smile on someone else's face is more rewarding than you can imagine. If you are currently visiting one of these members, or you can commit to visiting someone at least once a month, we would really like to hear from you.

All we ask is that you come to one of our orientation meetings, and let us know who you’d like to visit – that’s the only meeting you’ll ever be required to attend!

As servants of Christ, we want to serve others compassionately by reaching out to as many of these members as possible.

If you can assist with this special ministry please call the church or complete the form on this page to contact us. Your Visiting Ministry Committee

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Our UMC History

The people of Asbury United Methodist Church are part of the second largest Protestant denomination in the United States. Our worldwide connection includes approximately 12.8 million members. The United Methodist Church was formed when the Methodist Church and the Evangelical United Brethren Church merged in 1968, but we trace our heritage back to the movement begun in 1729 in England by John and Charles Wesley.

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1809 Mississippi Boulevard, Bettendorf, IA 52722