Can’t come for Eucharistic? Need Prayer?

Please CLICK on the image immediately above for the full text of this post and links we encourage you to use. Ascension will resume Services of Holy Eucharist via livestream on Pentecost Sunday. In accordance with state guidance, only 25 people maximum will be present for the livestream. Congregants are invited to come after the livestream for a ‘walk through eucharist’, entering the back of the Nave and receiving the bread.

Not able to come to Ascension for Eucharist?

If you are not able to come to Ascension to receive the sacrament after worshiping via the livestream service, and would like to receive Holy Communion at your home (as a “Porch Visit”, not actually entering your home), we will arrange for a Lay Eucharistic Visitor to come to you on Sunday afternoon. Please fill out THIS FORM to request a visit. Once we have your contact information, we will be in touch to explain the special protocols. You can expect a call from your Visitor on Saturday or Sunday to confirm a time on Sunday he or she will be bringing the Sacrament to you. If you have questions, please email Andrea Millard at

Need Prayer?

To submit a confidential prayer request, please email Andrea Millard at

Are you or your kids experiencing anxiety?

Ascension clergy as well as counselors from our Workshop Counseling Ministry, Jim and Mari Stout, have made several YouTube videos to help navigate through these troubling times, especially as anxiety mounts. The link to the 8-video YouTube Playlist is available HERE or be clicking the picture below.






Contact Clergy & Staff

Clergy and staff can be contacted directly at any time. Please use the staff directory available HERE. To contact the church, you can also use the link to our CONTACT PAGE.  Clergy and staff are anxious to know (1) if you have a confidential prayer request, (2) if you have any kind of need you would like help with due to illness or quarantine or for some other reason, or (3) if you have practical help that you want to offer to others.