Last updated May 20, 2021.

We are the Asbury Family. Part of what it means to be the Asbury Family is that we value gathering together. As we take steps to move forward into more normalcy thanks to COVID-19 vaccinations and decreasing case numbers in our area, we encourage the Asbury Family to make healthy decisions and care for one another well. We are encouraged by the CDC’s recent announcement that vaccinated people can go without wearing masks in most indoor and outdoor environments. We are also encouraged by the decline of current infection and hospitalization rates for our area. We have sought to be thoughtful, prayerful, and wise with each significant decision in this challenging COVID-19 journey. In keeping with this approach, through collective prayer and discernment, please see below for our current approach. We encourage you to continue to engage with life at Asbury in the way that best accommodates your needs.

Here’s how we are taking steps forward:


Madison Campus & Harvest Campus
All Services | Masks are optional when on campus and in each worship venue.

Masks are available at each entrance. If you do not feel comfortable entering this environment, please continue to join us for our Mobile Worship services on Sundays at 10am during this time.

Seating  Our large gathering spaces allow for plenty of room during our worship services to accommodate any seating preference. All rows are now open to allow for families and individuals to decide on where they would like to sit.

Sanitation We have contracted our cleaning services to be present during the entire Sunday morning experience and to continually sanitize all common areas such as door handles, countertops, and bathrooms, as well as between services. Hand sanitation stations are available at each entrance/exit and throughout common areas.

Offering & Communion Contactless offering collections and communion will remain the same for now.

Adult Groups Classroom capacity requirements have now been removed. Each Sunday Morning and weekly group may make their own decision as to whether they will wear masks or not. Please contact your group leader or email our Groups Coordinator Pam Hanlin to confirm your group’s decision.

Kids and Students Ministries Masks are now optional in all ministry areas.

Coffee + Water | Please bring your own To maintain best health practices during this time, we will not be offering our coffee stations in any of our venues. Water fountains will also be unavailable. If you would like your morning cup, please feel free to bring your own covered cup, mug, bottle, or thermos with you! Water bottles are available at each Guest Services desk.

Office Visits  Masks are optional for all staff and visitors. Staff will continue to be happy to honor visitor requests to mask.

We can’t wait to see you!

Want to stay connected online right now? See our online gathering info here.

Last updated May 20, 2021.