WELCOME


Ascension is a family of believers with faith and hope placed in the one true Savior, Jesus Christ.  God's Word is at the heart of all we do and His message of love, forgiveness, and salvation is the driving force behind every aspect of our ministry and life.


Maybe you're returning to church, or coming to church for the very first time, or you've just moved to town and need to find a new church home, whatever your story may be, you probably have a lot of questions before you visit Ascension.  We hope you will take the next step by checking out this family of faith led by Christ to bring hope, strength and change to the world—one life at a time.



Where are you located?

We are located on the westside of El Paso just a couple of blocks southeast of the instersection of Redd Road and Westwind.  Our address is 6520 Loma de Cristo Drive.  We sit on top of a hill with a beautiful view overlooking west El Paso and the upper valley.

What time are the worship services?

Two services are offered on Sunday mornings at 8:00 and 10:30.  Because all of our services are identical, the only thing you need to figure out is what's the best time for you.  Our Family Bible Hour is held each Sunday for all ages from 9:15 to 10:15 a.m.

What should I wear?

We have no dress code.  So, it's not unusual to see the whole spectrum from shorts and sandals to suits and skirts in any particular service.  Don't stress over what to wear!  If you prefer casual, then come casual.  Or, if you like to wear your Sunday best, then wear that.  We just want you to be relaxed and able to focus on our Risen Savior and His life-changing Word.

Will I have to make a financial contribution during worship?

No.  The ministries of Ascension are supported by the love, generosity and sacrificial giving of our members and friends.  As a guest, please do not feel obligated in any way to make a contribution.  We believe any gift to the Lord should be uncoerced and from the heart—as a loving response to God's grace.

Will I be asked to sign something or "singled out" in some way?

Absolutely not.  Don't worry—we won't ask you to raise your hand in the service or make any commitments.  We promise.  Please visit, relax, enjoy, mingle, and get a feel for what this loving family of Christ is like.  You are invited to visit our Welcome Center on Sunday mornings to request information, to speak to someone about Ascension's ministries, and to receive a free gift as a first time guest.  You can also request more information by completing a blue Friendship Card during the worship service or by contacting the Church Office at (915) 833-1009.  We want your visit to be as pleasant and enjoyable as possible.

Can I bring my venti, non-fat, Cinnamon Dolce Latte into church?

Yes—but only if you bring one for the rest of us.  (Just kidding, of course.  Well, kinda.)  You may bring your drink with you, but why not save your money and get a coffee at church?  We offer free coffee and refreshments each Sunday morning in the Fellowship Hall.  We simply ask that you finish your coffee and other food or drinks before entering the Sanctuary for the worship services.

Where do I park?

We set aside reserved parking for first time guests in our parking lot.  They're on your right side just as you round the corner to enter the main parking area.  General parking is also available along the entrance drive and in the main lot.

What if I unknowingly sit in "someone else's seat"?

Don't worry about it.  Sit wherever you want.  No one has a claim on any seat.  In fact, we'll even let you save seats for family and friends.  Of course, if you sit in the pastor's seat up in the chancel area, you may be asked to deliver the message for the day.

What is Ascension's mission?

We exist to connect our surrounding community to its Savior, Jesus Christ.  We want everyone to have a personal relationship with their Lord.  This is accomplished first by loving our Savior, and secondly, by loving others as ourselves.

Other questions? 

For more information, please contact the Church Office at (915) 833-1009 on Tuesday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

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WEEKLY NEWS & NOTES

We are held captive by many things in this earthly life, but three main enemies emerge: sin, death, and Satan.

 

 In the Gospel, Jesus encounters a man who is possessed by many demons.  This man had been chained so he wouldn’t hurt himself or others, but chains could not stop the demons.  Jesus comes to this man in his captivity and sets him free.  Not only is the man set free from Satan, but Jesus also sets him free to tell of Jesus’s mercy and compassion.  By His death and resurrection, Jesus sets us free from our enemies, from sin, death, and Satan.  We are also free to tell of Jesus’s mercy and compassion.

 

To see the worship folder from June 23, click here