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Community Info

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We were created for community and it is our desire to help you connect to Asbury through an adult discipleship community. We invite you to find a community to encourage you in your ongoing development toward wholeness and spiritual maturity. Adult discipleship communities are adult classes that meet on Sunday mornings at 8:00, 9:15 and 11:00. If you need help connecting, please contact Pam Wallace pwallace@asburytulsa.org or 918.492.1771.

Single B.A.S.I.X.

Meet Every Sunday, 11:00 am at Asbury's Room 2500

Single Brothers and Sisters in Christ is a community of singles 55 years and older, but we welcome singles of all ages. When you visit or belong to our community, we hope that you will feel the support we each need from the church family. We believe that God has a plan for our lives, and that along our journey together, we will help one another become the person that God knows we can be. 


Salt & Light

Meet Every Sunday, 11:00 am at Asbury's Room 2201

Come be a part of this fantastic community that promotes healthy relationships for single adults in a safe, Christ-centered environment. Our active social calendar includes many fun activities that are also supportive of single parents. Activities include lake day, monthly game night, BBQ’s, road trips and much more. Through the Word of God, Salt and Light focuses not only on scripture but also personal growth, divorce healing, safe people, boundaries and building healthy relationships. Monthly we invite dynamic speakers to speak on biblical and relational topics built around the Christian walk as a single person. We encourage you to visit our community and come see what Salt and Light are all about. Contact us at Asburysaltandlight@gmail.com

 


Seekers

Meet Every Sunday, 11:00 am at Asbury's Family Room

Seekers are a vibrant class of prayer warriors seeking to learn and live in Christ. We are married, single, employed, retired, grandparents, young at heart at 50, and young in spirit at 80. Our members are generous in spirit and monetarily. Joy abounds in meeting needs of extended family when the need arises. Additionally, fun and fellowship are at the top of the list for Seekers, tools that manifest family and friendships. We travel together by car, bus, train, in states and out, enjoy our socials whether it is an exotic movie, a picnic in the park, or participating in the Amazing Race event. Women and couples have formed marathon bridge groups, golf outings and ROMEO (retired old men eating out), to name a few. Seekers are young at heart and young in actions.


New Beginnings Class (NBC)

Meet Every Sunday, 11:00 am at Asbury's Room 1506

A ‘Rock’ solid family of mature Christians who thirst after the Word, growing in our knowledge of God and His love with in-depth study of the books of the Bible, as well as active involvement in several Asbury mission projects. As a strong family, we are aware of each others’ needs and try to see that those needs are met. We love to have fun too—one might say we are an ‘experience!’ Whether you are a beginner in the Word or a ‘mature’ Christian, come grow with us! 


Mariners

Meet Every Sunday, 11:00 am at Asbury's Room 1335

“Sailing for Christ” is the Mariner’s motto. Come sail with us as we learn God’s Word from our excellent teachers. We are a community of couples and singles, working and retired, caring people. We enjoy fellowship and social activities. Many of us volunteer within Asbury as well as outside of the church.  


Happy Christians

Meet Every Sunday, 11:00 am at Asbury's Room 2818

The Happy Christians are a close-knit family, always ready to embrace new members and make them feel part of the group. We enjoy coffee and treats every Sunday and socials four or five times each year. We have monthly dinners in groups of eight. We are a loving, caring group, and we are prayer warriors. Our teacher, John Miller, has taught our community class since 1978 and always delivers a meaningful, well thought-out message.  


Friends in Christ (Adults with special needs)

Meet Every Sunday, 11:00 am at Asbury's Room 1507

Friends in Christ is a class designed for people with special needs and their caregivers. Anyone who has a heart for people with special needs is welcome. We spend time praising God, discuss prayer requests and then we have an interactive Bible study geared to be understood on multiple levels. We also have socials on occasion to have fun and get to know each other better. If you have questions about whether this might be a fit for you or your family member, please feel free to email Deborah Bradshaw at deblove5@valornet.com.


Family Fellowship

Meet Every Sunday, 11:00 am at Asbury's Room 1504

A community of couples and singles whose special emphasis is on Bible study and mission work, with a variety of teachers in an open-discussion format. Beyond Sunday mornings, we enjoy monthly socials, small group dinners, men’s and women’s Bible studies and local mission work.


Faithbuilders

Meet Every Sunday, 11:00 am at Asbury's Room 2319

An active group that enjoys biblical teaching shared by a team. All members are encouraged to participate in a small group Bible study outside of class with other Faithbuilder members. Frequent participation in local and world mission programs is a hallmark of this group. Members enjoy fellowship through class sponsored socials and small group dinners. 


Christians for Life

Meet Every Sunday, 11:00 am at Asbury's Room 1508

As “empty nesters,” the “sandwich generation” and/or grandparents, we focus on small groups, participating in local and global outreach, and fun activities. Come join this fun group of marrieds and singles for in-depth relevant Bible-based teaching on a variety of current topics along with dynamic praise and worship as we prepare for the next phase of life.


Christian Explorers

Meet Every Sunday, 11:00 am at Asbury's Room 1502

We are a group of adults like a large, caring family that is very mission oriented. We enjoy periodic socials so that we can get to know each other better. We love fun, fellowship, and Jesus Christ. We all have grown children and most of us have grandchildren. When someone in our class is in need, we all offer help as needed. We have participated in the following outreach programs: Exodus House, Senior Adult Seed Project, John 3:16 Mission, Good Samaritan, Pearl's Hope, Redemption Dinner, Operation Hope, and many others that happen during the year.

Website: http://www.christianexplorers.com