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Have you ever wondered what would happen in your life if you intensified your focus on loving God?  At Asbury Church, we're about to find out.  Beginning Sunday, September 23, we will be embarking on a 50 day journey to open our hearts to our Creator and expand our love for Him.  As we place ourselves before Him, we will give Him permission to reorder our hearts and livesso that we might know His grace and live His purpose in a greater way.  We want to invite you to experience this journey with us.  We are believing God to do something amazing in and through our lives.  You won't want to miss it!

 
 
 
Child-care available during the service for infants as well as children through sixth grade.

We are a family-friendly church that seeks to share the love of God in a contemporary way. We are passionate about Christ and serving His purpose here in Lansing and around the world. We are committed to shining His light and showing His love!

Please accept my personal invitation to come and worship with us. We are located at 2978 North Triphammer Road in Lansing, just 3 miles north of the Shops at Ithaca Mall. We also have a Campus at 87 W. Main St. Dryden, NY 13053.  For more information about our church please call 607-257-6471. May you find the joy and peace of Jesus. We will be looking for you! See you soon,

David Quigley, Lead Pastor

Asbury Church

2978 N. Triphammer Road
Lansing, NY  14882
 
87 W. Main St.
Dryden, NY 
Pastor David Quigley - Lead Pastor
Pastor Adam Coombs - Dryden
Pastor Josh Tanzola - Youth
(607) 257-6471
 
Service Schedule
Sunday School - 9:30 am (Lansing Campus)
Morning Worship - 10:40 am (Lansing Campus)
Evening Worship - 6:00pm (Dryden Campus)
Every third Sunday there is Morning Worship at BOTH Campuses, but no evening Service.
Morning Prayer 6:30 am, Thursdays (LC)
Adult Bible Study - 7:00 pm, Wednesdays (LC)
Youth Group - 7:00 pm, Wednesdays (LC)

Our Mission: Leading people to become fully devoted followers of Christ

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