Covid-19 Announcement – Asbury Crestwood is acting on the advisement of the greater New York Conference and will be suspending worship service and group gatherings until further notice

Details regarding online service recordings will be shared in the weekly church newsletter, as well as posted on this site.
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Come join us in worship! Asbury United Methodist, established in 1771, has long been a welcoming community. We strive to follow the example of Christ, grow in love and welcome into full fellowship persons of every race, gender, culture, nationality, sexual orientation or gender identity, economic circumstance, age, physical and mental ability, family and marital status. We affirm that all persons are individuals of sacred worth.

Seven Last Words of Christ

To guide us through Holy Week, United Methodist pastors from the Villages Cooperative Parish have collaborated to bring you meditations on the Seven Last Words of Christ.  Each pastor was asked to reflect on one of the “last words,” and to share a video with the other churches.
It is suggested that you view one reflection per day for each day of Holy Week, beginning on Sunday, April 5th, and ending on Saturday, April 11th.  May this time of quiet meditation throughout the week increase your joy on Easter Sunday!

Additional Reflections

Reflections 2-7

First Reflection:  Rev. Doug Cunningham, AUMC Croton-on-Hudson
Second Reflection:  Rev. Margaret Schramm Horn, Aldersgate UMC, Dobbs Ferry
Third Reflection:  Rev. Andrea Raynor, Asbury Crestwood UMC, Tuckahoe
Fourth Reflection:  Rev. Cedric Johnson, St. Matthew’s and First UMC, Ossining
Fifth Reflection:  Rev. Maxine Harris, St. Paul’s UMC, Hartsdale
Sixth Reflection:  Rev. Susan Chupungco, Rivertowns Incubator, Westchester
Seventh Reflection:  Rev. Kevan Hitch, Valhalla UMC, Valhalla

E-Giving at Asbury

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Pastor’s Message

  • Remember, Recenter, Renew

    By Rev. Jason Radmacher

    We’re tempted to make the winter seasons of our lives definitive, to say, “That person used to be something, but look at them now,” or “God, what did they do to get into such a state,” or “You know them, they’ve always been like that.” We make judgements in the midst of ...

  • Check Yourself

    by Rev. Jason Radmacher
    Text: Mark: 7

    Striving to know and experience the substance of true religion was one of John Wesley’s animating principles, and, therefore, one of the defining characteristics of the Methodist revival that he led. Wesley sought to instill among his followers an honest desire for holiness. He wanted them, and us, to ...

  • Sharp Minds and Tender Hearts

    by Rev. Jason Radmacher
    Text: 1 Kings 2:10-12, 3:3-14

    The opening chapters of the book called First Kings describe a chaotic scramble that decided who would follow David as Israel’s king. These chapters tell us how one of David’s sons, Prince Adonijah, declared himself king while his father was still alive, only to have his plans undone by ...

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Directions to Asbury

Address: 167 Scarsdale rd. Tuckahoe, NY 10707

Asbury is located in the Crestwood neighborhood of Yonkers, bordering the village of Tuckahoe. The Church is easily accessible from exit 4 off of the Bronx River Parkway.


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Music at Asbury Concert Series

Click on the above image to visit http://musicatasbury.com and learn more about our free concert series serving the community.

Contact Us

  • 914-779-3722
  • 167 Scarsdale Rd. Tuckahoe, NY