Response to COVID-19 in the Episcopal Church in Delaware

"The Episcopal Church in Delaware will adhere to the State of Emergency declaration and all modifications of the declaration. Late last week, Governor Carney extended his shelter-in-place order to May 31, citing the continued and pressing threats to our public health. Our current suspension of public worship in the Episcopal Church in Delaware (ECD) is hereby extended to May 31 — the Day of Pentecost — effective immediately." The Rt. Rev. Kevin S. Brown, Bishop

Episcopal Church of Delaware Online Worship Services offered the week through Sunday, May 24 2020  -  Click Here

Episcopal Church of Delaware COVID-19 Responses and Resources - Click Here

Online BCM Worship Services offered through Sunday May 24, 2020

Ascension Day Thursday 5/21/2020 Worship live on Facebook at 7:00 pm           Facebook Link    Bulletin

Sunday Eucharist 5/24/2020  live on Facebook at 8:55 am          Facebook Link      Bulletin   

Sunday School will resume via Zoom at 11 am.  If you would like to participate, contact Amanda Burris at     acmarshall6@gmail.com to be added to the meeting list for Sunday School, Sundays at 11 am.

Sábasos,  23 de Mayo del 2020 PAX LATINA:  Oración de Adoración para el Anochecer    Enlacer de Facebook    Boletin

Please note that our parishes offices will remain open and communications and pledges can be exchanged via eMail, USPS or telephone to your parish office. Vanco Services link provides an alternative tool for online giving to BCM, and Ascencion, Calvary, and Grace churches - Vanco Services BCM Giving

“Do your best to remain safe and continue to remember that our hope is in the Lord, the Maker of heaven and earth."  Ketlen+


Church of the Ascension

Welcome to Church of the Ascension

Holy Eucharist at Ascension

  • Sundays:8 am (no music) Sundays:10:00 am (choir and organ)
  • Sunday School 10:00 am to 10:30 am - held on most Sundays (September- May) during the first half of the 10:00 am worship service

Office Hours  Monday - Thursday:  9 am - 1 pm

You're Invited

Whatever your background, you have a place with us. We are a congregation drawn from many ethnic, theological, economic, and political backgrounds. We are young and old, single and coupled, poor and rich, conservative and liberal, native born and immigrant, white and people of color, gay and heterosexual.  Our congregation welcomes diversity within our midst, just as our Creator has celebrated diversity. 

Absolutely Everyone is Welcome!

8:00 am - Holy Eucharist (no music)

10:00 am - Holy Eucharist (with choir and organ)

9:45 am - Sunday School meets during first half of 10:00 am Worship service



Ascension Bulletin Board

Worship

Church of the Ascension             3717 Philadelphia Pike                Claymont, DE 19703

Sunday Services

  • Sundays:8 am (no music) Sundays:10:00 am (choir and organ) )
  • Sunday School 9:45 am to 10:30 am - held on most Sundays (September- May) during the first half of the 10:00 am worship service

Office Hours:                                 Monday thru Thursday 9 am - 1 pm

Announcements

Ascension Online Giving       

Click Here to create your online profile hosted by Vanco Services, LLC, chosen by Episcopal Church of the Ascension to process your online gifts and transactions.

Click Here to access your Vanco Services online profile in order to give online to BCM or individual BCM Churches - 

Events

BCM Presents: Wednesdays from 6:30-7:30 p.m. on Zoom. During the month of May our BCM clergy team is introducing a three-session virtual gathering on a variety of topics. This coming Wednesday May 20, Mo. Marta Illueca will lead part two of a session on Spiritual Wellness

The Church of the Ascension is blessed with an historic church building and an active congregation that emphasizes ministry to young people. Our warm and vibrant worship blends the Episcopal tradition with contemporary spirituality. We are active in the broader life of our community and support numerous outreach projects..  

Our order of worship is drawn from the Book of Common Prayer of the Episcopal Church in the United States. The Book of Common Prayer is made up entirely of direct quotes and paraphrases of Holy Scripture. During worship, everyone present is encouraged to share Christ’s peace and to receive the bread and wine of communion. We believe these actions of community inclusion are fundamental to Christian worship. We join hands with those around us for the Our Father, another act of community inclusion. Children of all ages are encouraged to participate as fully as possible in our worship.

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