Whoever you are, wherever you are from or wherever you are on your journey, there is a place for you at Ascension. Ascension is a place where people from all cultural, political, social, religious, or any other background, gather to explore what it means to love God and our neighbors in the 21st century; following the teachings and example of Jesus the Christ. Ascension provides the opportunities to Connect with God and one another, Grow in faith and understanding, and Serve one another and the world around us, both near and far. If you need a place like this, this website is designed with you in mind. It provides information about all the opportunities available for worship, friendship, service, spiritual support, etc. Please feel free to call or email us, and we will be more than happy to answer your questions. Our desire is to be a Christ-centered, Spirit-filled, and Mission- minded family of faith so reflecting the life of Christ that we may draw all people to Him. Come and See!
Click here to donate to the Episcopal Relief & Development Hurricane Relief Fund
Click here to go to the Church of the Ascension Online Donation page.
In the “Donations” section, choose the “Other” option and enter “Hurricane Relief.”
CHURCH PICTURE DIRECTORY: EXTRA DATES TO HAVE PHOTOS TAKEN
November 12 and 13
OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD
From September 16 through October 31, Outreach will coordinate a Fill A Shoe box project for Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child 2018. It will be a fun project and a great way to get our whole congregation excited to Spread the Good News and Great Joy!
COUNTRY BREAKFAST BUFFET
Join us on the first Saturday of each month from 7:00 am – 11:00 am.
8:00 am Stone Church
Spoken Service of Holy Communion without music
9:15 am Holy Cross Hall
Holy Communion with Music
Children’s Chapel Time – A personal message for the children is offered during the Sermon
10:30 am Christian Education
Children & Youth classes are located on the second floor
11:15 am Stone Church
Traditional Service with Holy Communion
All of our worship services include scripture readings, prayers, Holy Communion, anointing and prayers for healing.
Episcopal Worship 101: Why We Worship the Way We Do
October 14 and 21