Monthly Archives: January 2013

Search Committee Announces Online Parish Survey

Dear Members of Ascension, As we begin our search for the next rector, we are undertaking a self-study of the parish. The link below will connect you to an online questionnaire we have compiled, which is a crucial part of that process. As you review the questions, please give them careful and prayerful consideration. We …  [ More → ]

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Parish Annual Meeting

Sunday, January 27, 2013 In accordance with the Religious Corporations Law of the State of New York, the Annual Meeting of The Church of the Ascension in the City of New York will be held on Sunday, January 27, 2013, immediately following the 11 a.m. service, for the purpose of electing a Warden for a …  [ More → ]

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News from the Search Committee

The Ascension Search Committee held its first meeting on Sunday, January 6, to begin the process of calling a new rector. The first step is to undertake a self-study that will be used to create a comprehensive profile of the parish. Everyone will have an opportunity to participate in the self-study process. News of these …  [ More → ]

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Organ Recital by John Scott, January 23rd

John Scott, Organist and Director of Music at St. Thomas Church, is perhaps the most distinguished British organist of his generation, having served as Organist and Director of Music at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London for many years and having played in virtually every important organ venue in Europe and the United States. Scott is …  [ More → ]

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Vierne Marathon on The Manton Memorial Organ

On Saturday, June 2, 2012, organist Christopher Houlihan performed in the first concert of his Vierne Marathon including all six Symphonies for organ on The Manton Memorial Organ built by Pascal Quoirin. Link below for a video by Mr. Houlihan playing Vierne. Vierne on The Manton Memorial organ

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