Ministries

Worship

A&HT is part of the Episcopal Church in the United States which is a member of the worldwide Anglican Communion. We believe in the goodness of Creation, made by God. We believe the Bible is the Word of God and contains all things necessary to salvation. We believe in the Holy …

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Social and Fellowship

The purpose of Social and Fellowship is to help A&HT’s mission of putting God’s love into action by providing social activities throughout the year for our congregation, newcomers, and our community. Jean Panos has been leading this since January, and has many people working together and separately to create activities that build our church community. …

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Welcome, Social, and Fellowship

  The purpose of Social and Fellowship is to help A&HT’s mission of putting God’s love into action by providing social activities throughout the year for our congregation, newcomers, and our community. Jean Panos has been leading this since January 2017, and has many people working together and separately to create activities …

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Outreach

We support church family members who are active in the following local ministries: Valley Interfaith Food & Clothing Center This ministry in Lockland provides food and clothing to needy families in the Mill Creek Valley. Interfaith Hospitality Network This ministry provides emergency shelter and hospitality for temporarily homeless families. We …

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Ministry of the Month- Outreach

Ascension and Holy Trinity has a long and established history of following the words of Jesus and taking God’s love into the larger community.  We have several well established efforts which include but not limited to the Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN), actively volunteering at the Valley Interfaith Community Resource Center, …

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Alex Guest to pass baton in housing ministry

Alex Guest to pass baton in housing ministry After an extraordinary 8 years leading A&HTs ministry to homeless families, Alex Guest is ready to pass the baton to the next runners in what is proving to be a national marathon. The fastest rising segment of America’s homeless population is children. …

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Habitat for Humanity

This week the HOPE Coalition met to plan this summer’s build, which will be on Hallwood Street in Avondale, and begins in early July.   Each of the seven participating congregations has been asked to provide a team of 6-8 volunteers one Saturday each month to work on the build …

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Outreach Excitement

I am pretty excited, and I know you must be, too, what with me blogging twice in one whole week.  I’m excited because our outreach team co-chairs, Dee Damico and Don Schmidt decided to have an outreach meeting mid-year.  Now, this may not sound like a big deal to some, …

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