Asbury is group of people who unite to spread the love of God as far as we can. We purposely engage in mission locally, regionally and globally across cultural lines.


LOCALLY, we try to serve our community as practically and generously as we can.


We are proud to service a mile of highway 511 by sending a volunteer team several times a year to clean up the area starting at the intersection with Highway 7.



We support the work of local food banks and social agencies. However from time to time, when other avenues of help are exhausted, generous gifts from our congregation allow us to provide practical support to those in need.



Our members volunteer regularly in the life of the community of Perth in areas such as local food banks, drop-in centres, and the hospital. we see that as a way to show God’s love. We get involved in town celebrations and serve  our neighbours during the Christmas Parade, Perth Kilt Run and Maplefest.


BEYOND our local community, we partner with those who are bringing the gospel and showing practical love across cultural divides.


REGIONALLY, we partner with Smoky Trail Bible Camp by providing resources, personal support, and involvement with them as they reach out to the First Nations community in Ontario. We think it’s important to get outside the borders of our town and culture to serve others.



GLOBALLY, we’ve been partnering with David and Jenifer Wright who are now based back in Canada. They continue to oversee the completion of a ministry centre in Niamey, the capital city of Niger, Africa. They have also taken on a new role exploring francophone ministries in Canada and beyond.




Tearfund, formerly World Relief Canada, is a relief and development agency with a primary focus on supporting those in poverty and providing disaster relief for disadvantaged communities.



Asbury Free Methodist sponsors three children through ICCM as they answer the call to tangibly love children in poverty and "make disciples of all nations" in the developing world.