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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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    As Americans, we are finding it increasingly difficult to communicate with each other. We are tempted to see our neighbors as our enemies. But as Christians, we are responsible to proclaim the gospel and work for the common good in our vocations in the midst of our fraying social and political fabric. Legal and political scholar Dr. John Inazu, author of Confident Pluralism, will address this topic in conversation with our co-Associate Rector, Tish Harrison Warren. Tish has also written about Christian witness in a post-Christian culture, most notably in a Christianity Today article entitled “The Wrong Kind of Christian.” The conversation will take place on Thursday, June 15 at 7 p.m. Co-Associate Rector, Jonathan Warren, will host the event. Dr. Inazu will have copies of Confident Pluralism for sale. Please join us for this important conversation! CHILDCARE PROVIDED! For event poster, please click here.

    25On Sunday, June 18th we will have a special combined 10am service in celebration of Canon Jonathan Millard’s 25th anniversary of ordination. We will have three bishops with us – Archbishop Duncan, Bishop Hobby and Bishop Grant LeMarquand. After worship, we’ll have a BBQ on the lawn with special musical entertainment. Dessert and main course will be provided. We ask that parishioners bring a side dish to share.

    organCome ready to worship as we welcome back our refurbished organ. We will celebrate with ancient hymns and contemporary worship songs, accompanied by the organ and other instruments. Jeanne Kohn, our Director of Music Ministry, will also play some organ pieces both silly and solemn which will demonstrate the great versatility of Ascension’s instrument and tours of the pipe chamber will be offered to adults and children alike. Definitely not your typical organ concert and fun for all ages. A thank offering will be taken. Please join us!

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    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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