Welcome To Asbury Mount Olive United Methodist Church !       

    We are truly excited that you have visited us online, and we hope that the website will give you a better insight on the electrifying things that God is doing through our ministry.

    Our church’s theme reflects upon the action of God, “LOVE.”  As you peruse the website and get to know us a little better, my prayer is that you will see that we are totally committed to helping those who so desire to reach their highest potential in God.  We are a  community-oriented ministry, and we are committed to assuring that we provide ministry that is effective for every aspect of your life.

    Enjoy your time with us here, and whenever you are led to share in a worship experience, we want you to know that we will welcome you with open arms, smiling faces, and radical hospitality.


    Thanks for visiting us online.  We hope to hear from you soon. 


What’s Happening at the Union Churches During Holy Week?

           Holy Week is March 29 – April 5, 2015

Mar 29 Palm Sunday Worship at each church

Mar 30 Holy Monday Movie Night/Discussion at

              St. John A.M.E.  6pm

Mar 31 Tuesday “Stations At the Cross” Meditation               Service at St. John A.M.E. 6pm

Apr 1    Wednesday Bible Study at each church

Apr 2    Maundy Thursday Worship at

              Asbury Mt. Olive U.M.C. 6pm

Apr 3    Friday “7 Last Words Service” at

              St. John A.M.E.  6pm

     (Featuring sermons from Union Pastors and Others)

Apr 4    Saturday Easter Vigil All Day Prayer

Apr 5   Resurrection Sunday Sunrise Service 6am 

              at St. Mark A.M.E.

          (with breakfast immediately following)

Apr 6   Sunday Worship/Easter Programs at each  




           Participating Union Churches:                                                   Asbury Mt. Olive UMC, Rev. Harry Christian, Pastor                 Lane Chapel CME Church, Rev. Joseph Clark, Pastor                    St. John AME Church, Rev. V. Gordon Glen III, Pastor                  St. Mark AME Church, Rev. Shirley Heermance, Pastor