We meet every Sunday at 10:00am at the Langley Community Music School Church of the Ascension is a new parish of the Anglican Network in Canada seeking to reach out to people of many backgrounds and traditions in the growing community of Langley, B.C.
We are a church that is biblical, missional, sacramental, liturgical, and global. Our purpose is to share in the gathering love of Christ so that His newness of life may reach every heart and home in our community. Church of the Ascension is part of the Anglican Network in Canada (ANiC) which is a diocese in the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA).
Mission: BE ALIVE TO GOD, REACH OUT TO THE WORLD
The Holy Week Services of Church of the Ascension
Unfortunately we have had to temporarily suspend our church services due to the COVID19 virus. We hope this is only a short term measure. We will be reviewing the situation again at the end of the month.
Please check our website ascensionlangley.ca
Deacon Richard Roberts
ascensionlangley.ca Anglican Church of the Ascension is an Anglican Network in Canada (ANIC) church in Langley, BC. We want to share the love of Christ and His newness of life!
Starting in January our new rector will be the Rev. Dr. Ken Deeks, he has been assisting us as priest in-charge a couple of times and decided to apply for the rector position. This is a full time position and it will be great to have him on board.
Christmas Eve at Ascension, 5 pm at the Langley Community Music School 4899 207 Street, Langley
[07/17/19] The Wednesday morning Bible study meets every Wednesday morning from 10:30am to 11:30am. Currently most meetings are held at the home of Ross and Lisa Pearson, 111-20600 53A Ave Langley V3A 8C2. Occasionally it rotates to other members homes. For more info talk to Bev Lombard 604-514-0141 or the Pearsons 778-242-3276 (R), 778-242-1386 (L). Everyone Welcome.
Ascension’s Alpha program starts this Wednesday, January 16 at 6:30pm. At 20600 53A Avenue, Langley
Come join us for Christmas Eve Service at 7:00pm
Thanks to the remarkable talent of Derek Darling we have three beautiful carved panels added to our Altar.
Church of the Ascension
[06/29/18] Starting July 1st Ascension is moving the Sunday service start time to 10:00am, pre-service prayer time starts at 9:30am.
[04/30/18] 3 major feast days coming up in May. May 13 Ascension Day, our patronal feast day, May 20 Pentecost, and May 27 Trinity Sunday come join us for special days!
[02/24/18] Good morning all Ascension members, due to the weather conditions we have decided to postpone our AGM dinner until next Saturday, March 3, same time and location.
The Rev. Chad's induction service at the Anglican Church of the Ascension. We are now using the Rose Gellert Auditorium for our worship services.
Our Advent events, all services at 11:00 am
Come join us as we celebrate the Lord's birth
Watch our new introduction video and hear from Bishop Charlie's heart as he describes who we are as a diocese and a people.
[11/12/17] Join us for the official installation of our new Rector, the Rev. Chad Block on December 10th at regular Sunday morning service at 11am. Bp. Trevor Walters will conduct the installation.
Harvest Thanksgiving Service, our new rector, the Rev. Chad Block’s first service, unfortunately a little lower attendance than usual due to the long weekend.
Church of the Ascension's cover photo
Visit us at our new church home, the Langley Community Music School 4899 207 St. Langley. Our service still starts at 11am.
As we go through the rector search process Psalm 32:8 seems like an encouraging verse.
This last Sunday we learned about good ground and bad, this Sunday we learn about wheat and weeds and the consequences of leading a sinful life.
Happy 150th Canada! We are so blessed to be in a country where we are free to worship, free from persecution unlike many of our fellow Christians around the world.
This coming Sunday Ascension's service will take place at the Langley Community Music School, at 11 am 4899 207 Street
Peace with God Through Faith
This coming Sunday only our church service will be held at the Langley Community Music School (LCMS) as the GPRC is not available. The address for LCMS is 4899 207th Street, Langley. The starting time is still 11:00 am.
Parking is available just past the school in the Park.
We welcome back the Rev. Ken Deeks from vacation. This Sunday Dr. Phillip Wiebe will be speaking about the Cross of Measurement and the Gospel reading John 14: 15-21
What is a living stone? And what does this mean for us to be living stones? This Sunday, join us as we explore 1 Peter 2 together.
You yourselves like living stones are being built up as a spiritual house, to be a holy priesthood, to offer spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ. (1 Peter 2:5)
This Sunday we look forward to our continuing study of the life of the Risen Lord! Rev. Simon Chin will join us again to be our preacher and celebrant.
Christ is RIsen! We continue to celebrate the reality of the risen Christ among us.
Upcoming parish events:
4th Friday Dinner: April 28
Food Bank Sunday: May 5
Photo credit: Jennifer Brunath
Christ is Risen indeed! On this second Sunday of Easter, we will explore John 20 together. What does it mean for us to live as people who believe?
We will gather together for Good Friday worship at 11:00.
On Easter Sunday at 11:00, we look forward to a joyful gathering to celebrate the Resurrection.
Both services take place at our usual location in the George Preston Recreation Centre.
Join us for our Palm Sunday service as we begin our journey through Holy Week. This Sunday is also a Youth Participation service and potluck. If you are able, please bring a dessert or salad to share.
This Sunday we look forward to continuing our journey through Lent together. Rev. Dr. Ken Deeks will be our preacher and celebrant. This will also be our monthly food bank Sunday -- please bring a donation of non-perishable goods if you are able.
We have launched an appeal for famine relief in South Sudan, Diocese of Wau (where our 2015 project was to drill 3 deep water wells). Bishop Moses Deng Bol, (Diocese of Wau) writes that he is going into debt in order to get food to feed starving refugees on the diocese's doorstep. You can learn more about our appeal here http://ardfc.ca/emergency_appeal.htm. And you can see a newsletter from the Diocese with photos of the internally displaced persons (IDPs) who have come to the church for aid. www.wau.anglican.org/index.php?PageID=newsletter