to the Church of the Ascension! We
welcome seekers and believers in our Lord Jesus Christ. In
all aspects of our life together we strive to be a Christ-centered,
spirit-filled, mission-minded family of faith, so reflecting the life
of Christ that we draw all people to him.
As Episcopalians, we are part of the worldwide Anglican Communion, which traces its origins to the beginnings of Christianity. At Ascension, we worship with both contemporary and conventional styles, but are always anchored in the Anglican tradition. We are a family-oriented church, yet we strive to serve all of God’s people, regardless of age or situation.
We extend a hand to all looking for a church home. Attend a worship service or join us at an event, ask questions, and let us show you our church and get to know you. Come and explore and grow with us!
Summer worship scheduleSunday
8:00 am. Holy Eucharist, Rite I, Parlor
10:00 am. Holy Eucharist, Rite II, Great Hall
10:00 am. Holy Eucharist, Rite I, Chapel
Click here for a detailed description of our worship services.
- Ascension's next breakfast buffet will be held on Saturday, August 1. Click here for more information, including our menu and pricing. Come hungry, leave full.
- Our annual Blessing of the Animals service will be held Sunday, August 30th at the 10:00 am service, weather permitting. Bring your pets to a lively, fun-filled outdoor service featuring individual animal blessings. Click here for more inflormation, and here for a printable flier to post in your neighborhood or place of work.
- It is last call for the parish pictorial directory. Portrait Sessions are July 14-16 and August 7-8. Friends and family who are interested in having professional portraits taken are also welcome to sign up. Each family or group that signs up to have their pictures taken will receive a free 8x10. To sign up for a slot, click here.
- We are seeking an experienced part-time Organist and Choir Director to join our music ministry team. Click here for more information.
23 N. Court St.
Westminster, MD 21157