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    Welcome!

    We are a community of Anglican believers who worship together, seek to grow as disciples of Jesus, and give back to God in gratitude for all He has done. Please join us on a Sunday and find out more!
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    Ash WedMarch 1st at Noon & 7pm

    Lent is a time for reflection and repentance. Ash Wednesday, March 1, marks the first day of Lent. In our services on that day ashes are placed on the foreheads of believers as a sign of repentance. Childcare is provided for both services. Please join us for worship.

     

    Sunday, March 5 after the 11am Service

     

    annualmMembers are encouraged to attend our Annual Meeting to hear from the Rector and Senior Warden about staff changes, financial and ministry highlights of the year past and year to come, as well as to elect new members to the vestry. The meeting provides a very helpful snapshot of our life together and is a time for congregants to become more informed and ask questions. We will meet in the New Catacombs immediately following the service. A light lunch is provided. Childcare is also provided.

    The World, The Flesh and the Devil

     

    Dinner 2We welcome all to our Friday Lenten Dinner Series which begins March 10th (6:30 – 8:30pm) and runs through the end of March (March 10, 17, 24 and 31). The Great Litany from the Book of Common Prayer reads, “From all the deceits of the world, the flesh, and the devil, Good Lord, deliver us.” The world, the flesh, and the devil have often been described as the three enemies of the soul. If there are enemies of the soul, are there also friends? The Spiritual Disciplines – those practices like prayer and fasting and worship – equip us in this battle. We hope you will join us to hear more. We have 4 guest speakers coming. To find out more, visit this page. Childcare and concurrent programming for children and youth will be provided.

     

     

    Ascent MOur March newsletter is available here. In this month’s edition you will find information on our Vestry candidates, a transition in our Campus Ministry, an outline of our Lenten Series and news on various ministries. Also included is an Ash Wednesday reflection and a review of the book of our new co-Associate Rector, Tish Warren, Liturgy of the Ordinary. We are also happy to introduce two ministries that are new to Ascension, CIRCLES as well as the ‘Feathered Nest’ Ministry.

     

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    Please join us for worship!

     

    We welcome you to worship with us on Sundays! We have services of worship at 9am and 11am on Sundays. Between the 9am and 11am services we have a hospitality hour in the parish hall featuring a continental breakfast. For more information on our services, please click here. For information on where we are located and where you can find parking, please click here.


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