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Farewell to the Reverends Schoeck
The Episcopal Church of the Ascension will celebrate the final service of Holy Communion with Reverends Lauren and Rob Schoeck at 9 a.m. Sunday. All are invited to come and say goodbye. The Schoecks and their son, Stephen, came to Ascension in 2018 and will move to Winnipeg, Canada, where Fr. Rob will become rector of All Saints Anglican Church. A fellowship reception will follow the service.
The service will be online as well as in person. To view, click the link at episcopaltwinfalls.org or go to the Ascension YouTube channel “The Episcopal Church of Ascension – Twin Falls”.
The Episcopal Church of the Ascension is handicapped accessible and is located at 371 Eastland Drive N. More information about the Ascension can be found at ascension.episcopalidaho.org or 208-733-1248.
To be religious without doctrine
Reverend Jenny Peek explores religion – not a specific example but the evolution of the term. How does this apply to Unitarian liberal universalism and to us today? Join us this Sunday for worship.
Our Sunday service will be both in person at our 160 Ninth Ave location. E. in as well as on Zoom. To access Zoom, please email [email protected] for login details. In the subject line write “Zoom Service June 26”.
Newcomers from all religious backgrounds or none at all are always welcome. Unitarian Universalists believe in the dignity of every person, regardless of race, creed or none at all, immigration status or sexual orientation.
Everyone is welcome, without exception. We believe in justice, equality and compassion in human relationships; and acceptance of each other. We are handicapped accessible at the back.
Please park at the back of the building or on the street in front or on the side of the building. Babysitting service is available.
Join us at 10:30 a.m., Sunday.
For more information, please call 208-410-8904, email us at [email protected] or visit magicvalleyUU.org. When calling, please indicate your name in order to be connected