Summer Coffee Hour starts Sunday, June 16
Beginning June 16, Coffee Hour moves to an easy-going pot luck format for summer. Sundays. The Hospitality Team will make sure there is coffee, sugar, and cream. Food will depend on what you bring! So if you are bringing potato salad or dessert to a barbeque, consider doubling the recipe (or buying a second container) to bring to church.
Urban Arts Music Camp for children ages 8-12 at Ascension this week
Our Williams Street neighbor Dianne Betkowski and fellow members of Miguel Espinoza Flamenco Fusion are hosting a music camp for children ages 8-12, this week, June 17-21, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The camp will offer fun and creative explorations into music and will take place at Ascension and Dianne’s house. For more information, go to urbanartsmusic.com or call 303-818-8386.
Women’s Homelessness Initiative supper next Sunday, June 23
Through our participation in the Women’s Homelessness Initiative, Church of the Ascension provides a meal to homeless women and children on the fourth Sunday of every month at Althea Center, 1400 Williams Street at 4:45 p.m. Our next Sunday to provide a meal is June 23.
The WHI team is now using an online sign up tool and we would love for you to join them! You can add your name and whether you plan to bring a main dish, salad/vegetable, bread, or dessert for any of the fourth Sundays through September. Please go to https://signup.com/go/FCBtiBh. For further information or if you have questions, please contact Jan Douglas, email@example.com or 404-290-9843.
Bike-to-Work Day is Wednesday, June 26
Again this year, Ascension will partner with Novo Coffee to bless bike riders and provide them with refreshments. If you would like to join us at the corner of 7th Avenue and Little Cheesman Park from 6-10 a.m. on Wednesday, June 26. please contact Barb Watson at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about Bike-to-Work Day and how (and why) to register, go to biketoworkday.us.
Sunday, June 30 is Education for Ministry (EfM) Sunday
On Sunday, June 30, we will highlight Education for Ministry (EfM), a distance-learning program for adult Christian formation through theological education and reflection offered by the University of the South. EfM participants meet in small, mentored groups that provide the framework for understanding life and shaping actions as Christian faith is deepened. To find out more about EfM, contact Julie Mahoney at email@example.com.