Christ Church of the Ascension

Part time graphic designer needed who knows InDesign and MS Office. The position is 20 hours per week or less creating various documents for the church. It helps to know some liturgy. The position would also include reception responsibilities of answering phones and greeting people.

Here is the list of the main tasks to perform weekly:

  • Service Bulletins for Sunday services, Weddings and Funerals
  • MailChimp eblasts
  • Postings to Facebook
  • Maintaining a google calendar
  • Postings to the website: helpful if they know WordPress format
  • Creating flyers and various other documents

To apply, please contact Allison Brown, Parish Administrator at 602-840-8210 or send your resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

 

Consistent with the mission of the Episcopal Church to encourage and nurture the God-given abilities of our young people and their families, the Arizona Episcopal Schools Foundation seeks your help.

Each year, the Foundation strives to assist families seeking an Episcopal School education. In a day and age where all would agree that a quality education is the “soul” difference in the life of a child, it is more important than ever to share a message of opportunity for those attending Episcopal Schools.

Take the Credits! Contributions to AESF may qualify as Arizona state tax credits and as a federal tax deduction. Detailed information about donations and tax credits is currently available on the AESF website – www.az-esf.org.

Please consider selecting Christ Church School as your preferred school of choice. Your contribution will directly go to help students attending school right here on our Parish campus.

Thank you for supporting Episcopal schools!

Building your Legacy at Christ Church of the Ascension

What is Planned Giving

Planned giving encompasses a variety of ways that gifts can be made to the church from accumulated resources. It usually involves financial or estate planning; however, it is not reserved for the wealthy. Planned giving is a means by which anyone concerned with the wise use of his or her personal resources makes a considered choice about their ultimate disposition.

In general planned gifts are made through:

  • A Bequest in a Will
  • A Life Income Gift such as a pooled income fund, a charitable gift annuity, or a charitable remainder trust
  • Gifts of Special Assets (real estate, closely held stock, life insurance)

Planned giving establishes a way for you to provide for family members while also remembering the church. It enables you to provide more for your heirs, to make a larger gift than thought possible, and even reduce taxes.

Planned gifts can be designated for CCA’s general funds or specific ministries. Planned gifts are either outright gifts (i.e., gifts of appreciated securities, real property, personal property, etc.) or deferred gifts (i.e. bequests, charitable gift annuities, charitable trusts).

Click here to download the Ascension Society brochure.

Set your alarms now! Beginning June 7th – this weekend – we’ll move to our annual summer schedule. Sunday services will take place at 9am and 6pm, and the church office will be closed on Fridays until September.
 
Wednesday Healing Services at 10am, Second Saturday Family Services at 5pm, and Evening Prayer on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 5pm will continue as usual throughout the coming months.

Thank you for your response. We will get back to you as soon as possible!

Thank you for completing the Church Assessment Tool (CAT) survey.  Having your voice heard is a critical element in our self-assessment as we search for our new Rector.

Please encourage each adult and young adult (16 and older) to complete their own CAT survey.

Click here for the next family member to complete their survey

SAVE THE DATE on Sunday April 19th for the second half of our church wide self-assessment, a Parish Summit. Your participation in the Parish Summit is equally as important as the CAT survey so make sure your calendar is clear and you can attend:

Parish Summit Meeting
Sunday, April 19th
9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

There will be a Eucharist service at 9:00 AM, followed by the Parish Summit meeting. Child care AND a catered lunch will be provided.  

If you have questions about the Parish Summit please visit www.ccaaz.org/search

Additional details about the CAT Survey

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