Asbury United Methodist Church Easton, MD

An update for our donors: work is complete on the Asbury fellowship hall and kitchen and the church is using the new facilities. It is lovely and would not have been finished without your generosity. This summer grant-funded work on the front entry and steeple will complete the exterior renovations of historic Asbury church. We look forward to inviting you to visit later in 2022 for a re-dedication celebration. 





You can make a difference by donating today to Historic Easton Inc.
Help Reopen the Church that Feeds our Neighbors.

Thanks to all our past donors!!!  We have made remarkable progress and could not have done this without you.  Please pass on our GOFUNDME link to anyone you think may be interested in our project. 

Work is nearly complete but $25,000 is needed to reopen the doors. 
You can positively impact the project by sharing the link below.

https://gofund.me/d1593716

Asbury United Methodist Church- Built of wood in 1846 and rebuilt in brick 30 years later.  Dedicated by Frederick Douglass in 1878. Anchor of The Hill Community, one of the oldest continuously inhabited African American communities in the US, settled by 1788.
Help Reopen the Church that Feeds Our Neighbors

We must raise money to complete renovations to the Asbury United Methodist Church fellowship hall and kitchen where service to the community, the hungry and the food insecure has helped many people for many, many years. The Hunger Coalition was started at Asbury.  
During COVID the members of Asbury and their community partners were no longer able to prepare meals for the soup kitchen or meals for delivery without safe floors and mechanical equipment. The community responded in 2020 with $145,000 to meet additional construction needs in a time of rapidly rising costs. Work began in November, 2020.

Work is nearly finished on the completely renewed fellowship hall, newly laid out kitchen, and enlarged restrooms. During renovations unforeseeable issues were identified: hidden structural problems, undersized water and sewer lines, window repairs, and code required stair access to the rear roof. These extras necessitate additional fundraising.


To complete the job and open the doors, we must raise another $25,000.
  • J & S Scott  
    • $50 
    • 6 mos
  • Deborah Sollers Fialka 
    • $33 
    • 6 mos
  • Ann Davis 
    • $100 
    • 7 mos
  • Anonymous 
    • $25 
    • 7 mos
  • Sarah Sayre 
    • $100 
    • 7 mos
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Organizer

Molly Brian 
Organizer
Easton, MD
Historic Easton Inc 
Registered nonprofit
Donations are typically 100% tax deductible in the US.