"Shout to the Lord" and “Sing to the Lord a New Song” say the scriptures. Paul and others while imprisoned sang hymns and songs of praise. We lift our talents and gifts to God through the outpouring of music here at Ascension. Come, see, hear, and participate in all we have to offer through singing in choirs, ringing bells, playing instruments, being in the band. If God gifted you with music or creative arts, there is something here for you… Questions? Contact our Director of Worship, Terrie Ashbaugh at 520-297-3095 or by EMAIL
Adult Choir—provide musical inspiration, assistance for hymns or liturgy, and act as prayerful conduit by the Holy Spirit in worship services. Meets weekly, Wednesdays at 7p.m. in the Worship Center. Open to all who can carry a tune and desire to serve the Lord with music and prayer. Ministers on the average twice monthly September through May, plus Christmas Eve, Good Friday, Easter commitments. For more information contact any choir member or the director, Joanna Myhr-Arrison, by EMAIL or 520-403-8981.
Hand Bells—provide musical inspiration, and act as prayerful conduit by the Holy Spirit in worship services. Rehearses weekly on Tuesday 6-7p.m., September through May to play hand bells for worship services approximately once monthly and Christmas Eve, and Easter services. Open to those who have some experience with reading music. For more information, contact Leah Weinrich by EMAIL.
Technology—Project slides and operate sound board for all worship services. Open to any dedicated persons willing to learn and serve regularly. Attention to detail, computer skills needed. Limited to high school age and older. For more information, contact Leah Weinrich by EMAIL.
The Drama Ministry's goal is to assist worship through the use of drama to help illustrate the theme for the day.
Meetings and rehearsals are somewhat irregular, depending upon upcoming schedules, availability of people, and whether we have new scripts or projects on which to focus. When scripts are presented as part of the worship services, they are included in every service for that weekend.
Drama involvement is open to anyone who expresses interest, and is not solely limited to actors. Assistance is often needed with sound, lights, costumes, sets, and props. Volunteers with any level of experience, or none at all, are welcome.
For more information, contact Terrie Ashbaugh, EMAIL or 520-297-3095.