Welcome! We always are happy to meet newcomers, and to share about the good things God is doing in and through our church community. It is our mission to help all people to experience God's immeasurable grace, mercy and love.
As we all grow in our spiritual journey we want to inspire, equip and encourage one another to live a Godly life and spread the good news of the gospel of Christ.
" Sing to the Lord a new song;
Sing to the Lord, all the earth.
Sing to the Lord, praise His name;
proclaim His salvation day after day.
Declare his glory among the nations,
His marvelous deeds among all peoples."
At Ascension we live to celebrate God's love in a way that reflects the outpouring of His grace and mercy. It always is a joy and privilege to express our love for Him and to proclaim His glory through music. During our time together we seek to blend the riches of our traditional Christian musical heritage with the diversity of contemporary musical styles.
Thank-You for visiting the Ascension Lutheran Church website. We are an Evangelical Lutheran Church of America member in east Louisville located at 13725 Shelbyville Rd., 1/2 mile east of the I-265/Gene Snyder Freeway.
- Saturday Worship: 5 pm
- Sunday School: 9:30 - 10:30 am
- Confirmation Class: 9:30 - 10:30 am
- Teen Hour: 9:30 - 10:30 am
- Sunday Worship: 10:45 am
Church Office: 502 244-1856
Pastor Ken Boehm: (cell) 502-439-0009,
or by email at: email@example.com
- Saturday Worship: 5 pm
Pastor Ken Boehm brings messages of hope and encouragement for these difficult times.
His messages tie in with the scripture readings laid out in the standard Lutheran lectionary.
When you might not otherwise be able to catch Pastor Ken's message, come see it here.
See many more sermon videos HERE
We were priviledged on January 26, 2020 to have Louisville Dr. Muhammad Babar come speak to us about the Muslim faith, and relations between Muslims and other faith groups in America and around the world.
Dr. Babar is a prominent physician in Louisville and also Chair of the Muslim Americans for Compassion.
Please pardon the challenging audio, and inability to show his screen presentation properly.
Performed by our AMAZING choir and musicians, and led by our own Todd Hildreth
Our own Todd Hildreth led his fellow faculty members from Bellarmine in a wonderful set of jazz pieces, including some originals written by these players.
Todd was joined by Dave Clark on sax, Terry O'Mahoney on drums, Sonny Stephens on bass and Craig Wagner on guitar.