Church of the Ascension

//Church of the Ascension
Church of the Ascension 2017-11-07T10:19:33+00:00

Ascension

Louisville
Established 1965
Registrations: 751

Address

Church of the Ascension
4600 Lynnbrook Dr.
Louisville, KY 40220-1041

Parish Information

Phone: (502) 451-3860
Fax: (502) 458-9782
Email: parish@ascension-parish.com
Website: http://ascension-parish.com/
Ascension School >

Church of the Ascension

Clergy

Pastor: Rev. Steven D. Henriksen, ext. 11
Permanent Deacon: John M. Lewis

Pastoral Staff

Pastoral Associate: Rosemary Thompson Cavanaugh, ext. 15
Formation Minister: Vicky Chism, ext. 12
School Principal: Terrence Mullaney
Director of Youth Ministry: Mary Sullivan
Director of Worship: Holly Smith, 502/451-2535
Music Consultant: Jaime Gatewood
Business Manager: Theresa Garrett, ext. 16
Bookkeeper: Rob Heintzman, ext. 14
Secretary: Donna Schabel, ext. 10
Administrative Assistant: Erin Mollyhorn, ext. 17

Mass Schedule

Sundays — Sat evening: 4:00 p.m.; Sun: 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m.
Holy Days — See bulletin
Daily — Tue-Fri: 8:15 a.m.

Communion Service

Mon: 8:15 a.m.

Reconciliation

Available by appointment. Call Father Steven at 451-3860, ext. 11.

Eucharistic Adoration

First Friday — 2 p.m.-5 p.m.

History

Established as an annex to Saint Barnabas Church (which recently merged with Saint Pius X to become Saint John Paul II Church), the Church of the Ascension is now entering its sixth decade of service to the people of southeast Louisville.  Much has changed on the Ascension campus grounds over the years, but, one important thing has remained:  Ascension is a thriving, hospitable, and vibrant parish.

Composed of more than 700 households (and growing), Ascension sponsors a school ministry that enrolls nearly 240 children from 3-years-old through grade 8.  Many Ascension School alumni have gone on to great success, not only in high school and college but also in a variety of professions and walks of life.

The community’s liturgical celebrations remain at the heart of the parish’s mission and life.  Recent attendance at weekend Masses continues to increase as does the call for parishioners to participate in liturgical ministries.  Full, conscious, and active participation in the Eucharist remains integral to the faith life of Ascension parishioners.

Religious formation has received renewed attention over the past few years with the creation of weekly Scripture studies and spiritual renewal programs targeting men, women, youth, seniors, and parents of school-aged children.

The hallmark of the parish remains its welcoming atmosphere to all of God’s people.  Join us today!

Print Friendly, PDF & Email