News & Events

Worship with us Sundays at 10:00am

You are invited to register to attend the 10am Sunday Livestream Service in person. Please click the link below to register. There is a “Walk-through Eucharist” from 11:30 – 12:30pm each Sunday after the Livestream concludes. No registration is required for that. Please join us!

The Livestream YouTube link is available HERE.

The Sunday Worship bulletin is available HERE.

Children: Please look for the latest episode of Kids’ Church on its playlist available HERE. The Sunday Paper is available HERE. The Sunday Paper Junior is available HERE

Special Needs: This Week’s Lesson

GIVE: The Easy Tithe link to give online to Church of the Ascension is available HERE. You can also continue to send in checks to the church offices or give online through your bank.

Latest News

Please CLICK on the image above for the full text of this post. Worship with us on Sundays! All YouTube links for livestreamed services, bulletins, special needs and children’s ministry resources are available on our News & Events page. The services are on Ascension’s YouTube channel as are many other helpful resources. We invite you to

Join us for Morning Prayer

Please CLICK on the image above for the full text of this post. We offer an online service of Morning Prayer daily, Monday through Friday. The service is led by different clergy and lay people each day. All videos are available on Ascension’s YouTube channel. Start your day with us!  Please click on the image

Porch Visits & Prayer

Please CLICK on the image above for the full text of this post. Ascension is currently livestreaming Sunday services at 10am with limited attendance allowed in accordance with state guidance. Congregants are invited to come after the livestream from 11:30 – 12:30pm for a ‘walk through eucharist’. Cannot come for Eucharist? If you are not

Letters from the Rector

Please CLICK on the image immediately above for this full announcement and links to the most recent communication from Ascension’s Rector, Jonathan Millard. He plans to update the congregation regularly through video message and letters as we navigate the coronavirus epidemic and certainly as long as our Sunday services remain suspended.  Please note that the