July 7, 14, 21, 28


     July 8, 15, 22, 29


About Pentecost. . .

The Church celebrates the Festival of Pentecost as the fulfillment and conclusion of the Easter season. The name Pentecost, meaning ‚Äúthe fiftieth day,‚ÄĚ originally referred to the Jewish Festival of Weeks, the time of thanksgiving for first-fruits and the ingathering of the harvest (cf. Ex. 34:22). The Christian Church retained the name to mark the completion of the 50-day period after Easter‚ÄĒand the first¬†in-gathering of believers into the Church.

On Pentecost, Christians commemorate the special outpouring of the Holy Spirit. We recall how a humble fisherman, filled with the Spirit, boldly proclaimed Jesus Christ crucified and risen from the dead. We give thanks that a multitude of hearers repented and believed. Three thousand people, from all over the world, were baptized and received the gift of the Spirit. Sent by God the Father, and by His Son, Jesus Christ, the Spirit came to continue the Father’s work on earth.

Excerpts from a blog by Dr. Gerhard Bode. See full blog

About Holy  Trinity. . .

July Worship

The LCMS follows a set series of readings (lectionary) for each Sunday of the Church Year. The readings for this month, July, are as follows:

                          7th Sunday after Pentecost (July 7)      Ezekiel 2:1-5; 2 Corinthians 12:1-10; Mark 6:1-13

                      8th Sunday after Pentecost (July 14)                      Amos 7:7-15; Ephesians 1:3-14; Mark 6:14-29

                          9th Sunday after Pentecost (July 21)                    Jeremiah 23:1-6; Ephesians 2:11-22; Mark 6:30-44   

                          10th Sunday after Pentecost (July 28)                        Genesis 9:8-17; Ephesians 3:14-21; Mark 6:45-56        


Sunday Worship

8:00 & 10:45 AM, Traditional with Communion

9:30 AM - Bible classes for ALL ages

Monday Worship*                               

6:00 PM - Traditional with Communion


All Sunday Services 

are available as a Zoom event. The link to use this service is


Missional Outreach

Sundays - 9:45 AM - Regency

Wednesday - 10:15 AM - HHR

7/10; 7/24

Thursday - 10:45 AM - Regency


Welcome to Ascension!

We are located at 3801 Oakwood Avenue NW in Huntsville, Alabama. We also have a preschool and child development center (Ascension Lutheran CDC) that is behind the main church building.

We have two worship services on Sunday morning with Bible study for children, youth and adults between the two services.  We also conduct a Monday evening service. Special services are held during the seasons of Advent (four weeks before Christmas) and Lent (six weeks before Easter). Our schedules are posted for these services as the special seasons approach.

"Drive-In" services on Sunday mornings are available at both 8:00 and 10:45 AM.  Come to the parking lot and tune your vehicle radio to FM 88.7.  Listen to the service in your vehicle.

The church's office hours are from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM Monday through Friday. Our phone number is (256) 536-9987.

Ascension's preschool and child development center has openings for infants through preschool this year. We are licensed by the state of Alabama.  The hours for the the CDC are from 6:30 AM to 5:30 PM Monday through Friday.  For more information, please call (256) 536-5245 or check out the CDC website.




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Worship Times

Sunday Morning
8:00 AM - Worship Service 

9:30 AM - Sunday School

10:45 AM - Worship Service 

10:45 AM - Zoom Service 

Monday Evening
6:00 PM - Worship Service 

ALL Services
In parking lot on FM 88.7