All Are Welcome Because All Belong

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Are you searching for a place to belong, an authentically inclusive community? 

Ascension & Holy Trinity Episcopal Church takes loving God and loving our neighbor seriously. 

We believe God loves all, including our LGBTQ+ family. 

We are part of God’s Beloved Community and are doing our own work to put an end to systemic racism. 

We know that many suffer from addiction and that recovery occurs through belief in a power greater than ourselves and through helping one another.  

Ascension & Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, a faith community where all are welcome because all belong! 

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Sunday Service

Worship With Us

8:00 am

In-Chuch Worship Service in the Library / Assembly Room

[Safety Measures Apply]

10:00 am
In-Church Worship Service in the Nave
[Safety Measures Apply]

10:00 am Only

Virtual Worship Service on Facebook Live

Limited seating capacity is necessary in the Nave in order to maintain the required physical distancing.

Once we are at capacity, overflow seating will be provided in the Parish Hall with a video link to the Nave. Holy Eucharist will be offered to everyone. 


Updated Guidelines for In-Person Worship

As of September 12, 2021

Ascension & Holy Trinity’s Vestry is thrilled to incorporate new ways of gathering together for in-person worship per CDC, Statewide, and Diocesan Guidelines.

If you or your family members are sick or unable to adhere to the recommendations we have established, we invite you to join us online for our live-streamed service.

What to Expect at our In-Church Worship Services:

  • Indoors, face masks are required by all (according to the Diocese mandate). Masks are available at the back of the church.

  • Holy Communion will be administered at the altar rail and at the base of the chancel steps. Communion will be the consecrated bread only. We ask those receiving at the altar rail to distance themselves.

  • The offering plates will be passed through the pews. And the offering, both offering collection and the elements for Holy Eucharist, will be processed to the altar rail to the acolyte.

  • The Gospel Procession will be into the middle of the aisle, once again, connecting the importance of Jesus coming into our midst.

  • Fellowship Hour, cookouts, and other eating events have reconvened inside and outside of the building.

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Wood Bridge Walking

Sabbath in Our Strides: Hiking

Saturday, October 23, 2021
10:30 am
Mt. Airy Forest

Do you ever find yourself hiking in the beauty of God’s creation and think, “This feels like church to me?” Well, what if you could hike with fellow followers of Christ of all ages and reflect on Scripture individually and as a community? Join St. James Episcopal and Ascension & Holy Trinity Episcopal on Saturday morning October 23rd at 10:30 am at Mt. Airy Forest as we experience God through our senses and Scripture reflection. Bring a sack lunch to eat at the end of the hike and bring a friend along.
The moderate hike should be around 50-60 minutes with some ups and downs. If it rains prior to the hike, there will be some mud. Here is a link to the trail map.
Directions to Meeting Location: Enter off Colerain Ave. Follow signs for Everybody’s Treehouse. Park in the circle (13 on map) just past Everybody’s Treehouse. We’ll gather near the restrooms on the right side as you head into the circle. [Trailhead is to the left of the restrooms.]
Suggested Items to Carry:

  • First Aid Kit

  • Several Bottles of Water

  • Toilet Paper

  • Sanitizing Wipes

  • Plastic Bag for Trash

Questions or interested in coming? Contact the church office at 513-821-5341 or Fr. Eric at rector@ascensionholytrinity.com. We hope to regularly do hikes in 2022, so please let us know if you’re interested (even if you can’t make it on the 23rd).

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Cincinnati Playhouse Pod Play:
The Edge of Town

Experience the audio play located right here in Wyoming, OH!

A Pod Play

  • Written and Created by Deuces II

  • Directed by Daunielle Rasmussen and Piper N. Davis

  • Performed by Deuces II, Phillip Cotter, Mahogany Fleming, Jahra Ervin

  • Music Composed by Phillip Cotter, Jahra Ervin, Kofi Beats, and Deuces II

  • Audio Mixed by Phillip Cotter

Available For Free on SoundCloud

The Story
The Edge of Town is the journey of a Black male as he navigates this world and searches for truth and hope by reflecting on the past, present, and future. His journey includes walks through downtown Wyoming and along Oak Street and a visit to the City building, which once housed the African American School.

What is a Pod Play?
The Pod Plays Project makes creative use of technology, storytelling, and outdoor space. Playwrights were asked to choose a unique location in Cincinnati and write an original audio play that makes use of their chosen setting. When listeners tune in to the audio file and begin the play, they’ll be guided through the location as the story unfolds, interacting with the same views, spots, and markers as the characters in the story they’re streaming. Pod Plays are free to the public and can be listened to at any time.

Recommended for ages 13 and up. While a powerful story of the search for truth and hope, the story also contains themes of racism, injustice, and trauma related to the Black experience.

This Pod Play is designed to be listened to while walking through Downtown Wyoming, starting at the flagpole in front of Wyoming Middle School at 17 Wyoming Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45215.

For more information, visit the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park website.

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October 2021


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