Asbury Church is committed to teaching Biblical truth so that each person may know the true character of God and His will for their lives. With that commitment in mind, adults may choose from a variety of classes throughout the week. Sunday School Classes are available at 9:30am each week. On Wednesday evenings, we come together as a church family for a dinner followed by AWANA for kids and three to four class options for adults. And beyond these opportunities, a number of Bible studies are offered throughout the week. We invite you to learn more about the many ways you can grow your faith at Asbury Church!

Specific Adult Ministries



Asbury LifeGroups are about doing life together. 

Everyone needs to belong to a family. LifeGroups provide a place for people to fully engage with others, build deep friendships and experience life together, just like a healthy family. 

Sunday School Classes


Adults have many options for classes on Sunday mornings. We invite you to check out our list of classes, try a few out and find your perfect fit. Classes meet during the Education Hour at 9:30am - in between the 8 and 10:45am Worship Services.



Asbury's Wednesday Evening Activites are now called Fortify! We have two sessions during the year -- one starts in September and is finished before Christmas, one starts in January and ends in April. The Spring Session begins January 8th. Join us for dinner and classes. 

Tuesday A.M. Senior Bible Study


Please join us on Tuesday mornings in the Fireside Room from 9-11am for a pastor-led adult Bible study on various topics. Fellowship and refreshments provided! 

Thursday A.M. Women's Study

Women’s Thursday Morning Bible Study 

We will begin our next study on January 9th at 9:30am in Room B111 -- all ladies are invited to join. 

The new study is “Sermon on the Mount” by Jen Wilkin. This 9-week study digs into the three chapters in Matthew that records Jesus’ longest recorded message. It navigates In His sweeping depiction of kingdom citizenship, Jesus utters some of the most familiar passages in all of Scripture. these three chapters as they were originally heard: as one cohesive, well-ordered message, intended to challenge us to think differently about repentance, salvation, and sanctification? does just that. Seat yourself on a mountainside to learn at the feet of Jesus. Ask for ears to hear and a heart to respond to the teaching of our King. If you are interested in attending, notify the Church Office (316-942-1491) or call Sheri Smith (316-304-6555) or Mary Lou Just (620-214-1609) if they would like to participate in the study.  Books are available through Lifeway, Christian Book and Amazon.