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.

Calendar

  1. Three for the Show (Plus One)

    April 29 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
  2. Mother’s Day Plant Sale

    May 4 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
  3. Mother’s Day Plant Sale

    May 5 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Pastor’s Message

  • The Great Week

    by Rev. Jason Radmacher
    Text: Mark 11:1-11

    Palm Sunday

    With its familiar chorus of “Hosanna” sung by green branch waving congregations, Palm Sunday is one of the most dramatic Sundays in the life of the Church.

    It’s been since ancient times.

    We know about Palm Sunday’s historic significance, in part, because of the diary kept by a Christian pilgrim ...

  • Revealer of Reality 

    by Rev. Jason Radmacher
    Text: Jeremiah 31:31-34

    Fifth Sunday of Lent

    The current issue of National Geographic is devoted to the topic of race. As usual, the print and online editions of the issue include several thought provoking articles and incredible photos. The cover story focuses on fraternal twins—one is black, one is white. Another piece tells ...

  • Snake Bit

    by: Rev. Jason Radmacher

    Fourth Sunday in Lent

    John 3:16 is one of the Bible’s most treasured passages. Many Christians regard it as their favorite scripture, finding in these words a beautiful summary of the Good News and a powerful source of inspiration.

    Given the esteemed place John 3:16 holds in the hearts of God’s people, therefore, and ...

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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.


RSS UMC Newsfeed

  • Voices of the Methodist Central Jurisdiction April 19, 2018
    The Central Jurisdiction was a racially segregated body of the Methodist Church from 1939-1968. In this audio slideshow, former members of the jurisdiction discuss its history.
  • Religion and Race celebrates 50 years April 19, 2018
    Formed as a commission to monitor the church’s integration efforts, the United Methodist Commission on Religion and Race has expanded its inclusion advocacy worldwide.
  • 50 years on, Central Jurisdiction’s shadow looms April 18, 2018
    The union that created The United Methodist Church also abolished its racially segregated institution. That history is a reminder that the church still struggles with race relations.

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