Church of the Ascension (Anglican)
2060 Dundas St.
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Project Hope, an organization to help those who struggle we have often supported in the past, is launching a new initiative! Every month it will spotlight a crucial item that it needs. For March, the item is tarps. Why are … Continue reading
Lenten folders are now available at the church. This year, all the proceeds from the Lenten folders will be given to PWRDF for its Ukrainian refugee relief. As well, Diane Robinson has made stick-on tags for Ukraine that are available … Continue reading
Here we are at the beginning of Lent! So, after indulging on Tuesday, please join us for Ash Wednesday services on March 2. Two services will be held: 9:30 a.m., followed by Bible Study with Jim Garey, and 7:00 p.m. … Continue reading
As the COVID-19 situation is continuing to improve, Ascension’s executive has made the decision to resume in-person worship beginning with the 10:00 a.m. service on Sunday Feb. 27. Worship will be conducted in the same manner as it was in December … Continue reading
The Executive Team has reviewed the recent Ontario reopening rules and has decided to keep Ascension’s worship services online for now, and review that decision when the next phase of Ontario’s reopening comes on Feb. 21. This also applies to … Continue reading
This is a heads up about our Vestry Meeting. Official announcements will begin Jan. 23, 2022. The meeting will be a Zoom meeting, beginning at 11:30 am, February 6,2022. The Zoom invitation will be sent out two days before. There are … Continue reading
Due to the rapidly rising COVID-19 case count in London, the decision has been made to hold off on in-person worship services at Ascension until further notice as we wait for improvements in the COVID situation. This helps protect not … Continue reading