Welcome to Ascension Lutheran

Oct 2014

 
 

We’re glad you stopped by for a visit.  Please use the above tabs to learn more about Ascension Lutheran and  check out the many fellowship offerings at Ascension. 

Location: Ascension is located at 2400 Bloomington Road (click for map) in Ames. 

Church Office Hours:  Monday-Thursday 9-noon and 1-4 p.m.

 

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  1. BulletThis Week’s Schedule at Ascension

Wednesday:

3:30 pm - WINGS Children's Ministry

5:15 pm - Confirmation (Grinley's)

Thursday:

7:00 am - Men's Prayer Breakfast & Study (BYOBreakfast)

5:30 pm - Praise Choir

6:30 pm - Worship Team 1

Friday: Reformation Day

Saturday:

9:00 am - Satellite Voting (Election)

Sunday:

8:30 am - Worship w/ Children's Message

9:45 am - Sunday School for all ages

11:00 am - Worship w/ Children's Message

6:30 pm - Discovery Class

6:30 pm - The ROCK Youth Group

2400 Bloomington Road

Ames, IA  50010

515-232-3815

Office Phone: 232-3815


Roger Twito, Pastor

ascensionpastor@gmail.com

Wally Schmidt, Dir.Worship/Music

ascensionmus@gmail.com

Brigitte Gassman, Deaconess

ascensiondeaconess@gmail.com

Vicki Neumann, Office Secretary

ascensionsec@gmail.com

Congregational Officers:

Pauline Brittain, Council President

Don Williams, Council Vice President

Craig Nelson, Council Secretary

The mission of Ascension Lutheran Church is to glorify God and bring people to a full personal relationship with God through Jesus Christ

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Successful Fall Youth Retreat


    The Fabulous Fall ROCK Retreat was held last weekend at the historic, legendary, and always beautiful Riverside Lutheran Bible Camp in Story City! Nearly 20 youth, ROCK graduates, and Adults took part in all or parts of the weekend.  The youth were housed in the Aaron/Zion cabins.  Activities included canoeing, hiking, inside and outside games, devotions, planning for next year, and (of course) campfires at Camp Fire Hill. Make plans to attend next fall’s retreat.