Support Programs

Congregational Care

Asbury cares when you are hospitalized, homebound or living with a chronic illness. Congregational Care Ministers (CCMs) are specially trained and commissioned to walk alongside the pastors to provide regular visits or phone calls to pray, provide encouragement, give Communion and anoint with oil. If you or someone you know from Asbury is going into the hospital or is unable to attend church for any reason and they would benefit from a CCM, contact Betty Nollan at

To request a hospital visit, please call the main office at 918.492.1771.

Stephen Ministry

Stephen Ministers are members who have been trained to provide a listening ear and a helping presence for others who need support while they struggle through life's rough times or a challenging decision. The Stephen Minister works on a one-to-one basis with his or her care receiver and keeps all sharing strictly confidential. No fees are charged for the services. If you answer yes to any of these questions, perhaps you can find assistance by sharing with a Stephen Minister:

  • Are you confused about events in your life? Are you having difficulty making decisions and finding answers?
  • Do you doubt God’s presence and love for you?
  • Do your job worries seem too great to handle?
  • Are you feeling lonely? Are you hurting?
  • Have you recently suffered a loss?

For more information or to request a Stephen Minister, leave a confidential message at 918.392.1183. Your call will be returned promptly.

Celebrate Recovery

If you or a loved one are turning to unhealthy ways of coping with life’s tough challenges, we are here for you.  For many years, Asbury has been offering an effective scripturally-based way to help heal the hurts, habits, and hang-ups of life called Celebrate Recovery.  Every Monday night in the CLC, rain or shine, holiday or not, Celebrate Recovery offers a free dinner at 6 pm, amazing worship at 7 pm, a relevant teaching or recovery story, then small groups (separate male and female groups) reflective of your personal challenge: co-dependency, addictions (chemical, sexual, gambling, food, etc.), depression or general hurts, habits or hang-ups. This is a SAFE place that offers confidentiality. We end the evening with Café Grace where you can enjoy a homemade dessert while getting to know others. 

For more information, contact: 


A weekly support group for people who are grieving the loss of a loved one is offered at 3 pm or 6 pm on Wednesdays at Asbury. The group offers a comfortable environment where the emotions and process of grief are understood and welcomed. Participants will learn practical strategies for grief recovery through the highly acclaimed GriefShare video series, study guide and group discussion.

For more information, contact Ruth at 918.392.1146 or   


A faith-based, weekly support group to help you through the after-effects of divorce. The DVD teaching includes topics such as understanding the hurt, dealing with anger, depression and loneliness, working through forgiveness, budgeting, dating and more.  Group discussion in a safe environment along with the scripture-focused workbook helps bring healing and wholeness. These groups are offered twice a year starting in January and September at 6 pm on Wednesdays. AsburyKids programming available. 

For more information, contact Ruth Winn at 918.392.1146 or .

Reboot Combat Recovery – Veterans and Families

Offered twice a year at 6 pm on Wednesdays, REBOOT Combat Recovery exists to help combat veterans and their families heal from the spiritual and moral injuries of war associated with post-traumatic stress and combat trauma. We do this through a 12-week healing course that provides a unique blend of clinical insight with Christian faith-based support. These “communities” are safe, private, peer-led and are offered at no cost to the participants. Spouses and loved ones are encouraged to participate as this trauma impacts the entire family.  AsburyKids programming available. 

For more information, contact Nick at 

Prayers for Military 

Asbury supports the military through prayer. To add names of military troops and/or family members to Asbury’s weekly Intercessory Prayer List.

  • Complete a prayer request form located in the Sanctuary pews and drop it at the south Guest Services Desk slot. 
  • Fill out an online prayer request here