Who we are.

From its humble beginnings at Curtis Park to its relocation to St. Stephen’s, from gathering at Bossier Parish Community College to finding a permanent home at its present-day location on Airline Drive, Asbury’s journey has been one of constant faith and continual growth.

On September 11, 2005, Asbury Church held a grand opening for its new, 900-seat sanctuary in hopes that its walls would become the church home for people looking for a warm, friendly, welcoming community of believers. It is with great anticipation that we continue this journey, as we dream of expanding our church and facilities in the coming years.

Won’t you join us and become a part of the history of Asbury?

Grace & Peace,

Rev. Matt Rawle, Lead Pastor

Bringing hope, building faith, and reaching out with love.
— Asbury Bossier United Methodist Church

Our mission

What we do.

We bring hope by gathering together for dynamic worship and providing care through our ministry in our community. We build faith by providing Christian education and programming for the discipleship of children, youth, and adults. We reach out with love by engaging in missions locally, regionally and globally – making mission trips in the United States and Mexico, as well as locally with our Re-nesting Project and the Katy Build.

Our mission is to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.
— The United Methodist Church

Our Faith

What we believe.

We are a United Methodist congregation. For more information please visit UMC.org.