Newsletter for June 20

On Sunday, June 20, the first Sunday in-person worship in more than 15 months will take place at the church at 9 a.m., albeit with some safety precautions, such as continuing to wear masks and maintaining social distance. (While we celebrate the recent news that 70% of adults in New York State have been vaccinated, we recognize that the actual rate varies widely between unique geographic, demographic, economic, and racial groups, and that some people with compromised immune systems are less likely to form an effective immune response even when vaccinated.) You can reserve a pew for a 9 a.m. Sunday service here. Online at 11 a.m. on Sunday, we'll continue to gather via Zoom to hear the Word of God, sing hymns, and pray. Please join us!

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  • To join the service via Zoom: ascensionnyc.org/sunday
  • To dial in via phone: 929-205-6099; when prompted, enter the meeting ID:
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