About Cherrywood Center

Our property is located in the heart of Cherrywood, with a rich history since 1949.

Our History

Cherrywood Center is owned and operated by the United Methodist Church. The story of the space began in 1949 when a small congregation called Asbury broke ground on the community room, eventually adding a chapel and preschool and finally completing the sanctuary in 1957. The sprawling structure occupied the corner of a bustling intersection and drew young working- and middle-class families from the surrounding Cherrywood neighborhood.

In the early 2010’s, Asbury began hosting a young congregation called Servant Church. As Asbury’s membership began to decline and Servant Church’s community began to grow, the decision was made to transfer stewardship of the building to Servant Church. Servant Church worked in and with the Cherrywood community developing relationships with neighbors and tenants for more than a decade. 

A Community Shift

In spring of 2022, when Servant Church decided to close their doors after 11 years of meeting as a community, the direction of the space shifted again.

The New Cherrywood

Today, Cherrywood Center is stewarded by a small team of dedicated individuals working to create space for Austinites looking for affordable places to gather people together. 

We are dedicated to using this space as a resource to amplify the work and relationships of the Cherrywood community.

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