Welcome

We bid you a warm and sincere welcome in the Savior's name and invite you to worship with us.  The ministry of this congregation, through it's people and pastor, is dedicated to the Gospel of Jesus Christ, which brings salvation and the hope and comfort of God.  We invite all people to come worship with us.  If you have any questions we invite you to call the church office at (434) 792-5795.

Ministry Teams

Ascension Lutheran Church is organized with ministry teams doing many of the activities in this church.

  • Chrismons Ministry Committee
  • Education Committee
  • Service Committee
  • Support Committee
  • Witness Committee
  • Worship & Music Committee

Chrismonstm Ministry

2017 Chrismons Tree Viewing
Mid December - Christmas Eve
7 - 9 pm each night
Sundays 3 - 5 pm and 7 - 9 pm
Chrismonstm ornaments were originated and first made for use on the Christmas tree of Ascension Lutheran Church in Danville, Virginia, in 1957 by Mrs. Frances Kipps Spencer, a church member.  The tradition continues through workshops and our 20' tree welcoming you to hear the story of Christ as told through these ornaments.  
314 West Main Street Danville VA 24541 USA
"In response to God's saving Grace, Ascension Lutheran Church nurtures people through Word and Sacrament and proclaims the Gospel to a suffering world."

Sunday Morning                            10 AM Worship                       11 AM Sunday School
            
 
 
The Rev. Robert Humphrey, Harrisonburg, Virginia, was elected June 11 to a six-year term as bishop of the Virginia Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). The election was held during the Synod Assembly June 9-11 at Roanoke College in Salem, Virginia.
Humphrey was elected on the fifth ballot with 217 votes to 167 votes for The Rev. Kelly Bayer Derrick, associate pastor of St. Philip Lutheran Church of Roanoke, Virginia.
Humphrey has served as pastor of Muhlenberg Lutheran Church since 2010.
The bishop-elect earned a Bachelor of Arts from the from the University of Richmond in Richmond, Virginia in 1977. He received his Master of Divinity from Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary in 1981.
The Rev. James F. Mauney, current bishop of the ELCA Virginia Synod, has served as bishop since 1999 and will retire Aug. 31.
Humphrey will be installed as bishop on September 9 at First Presbyterian Church in Waynesboro, Virginia.
By Emily Pilat| June 11th, 2017

New Bishop Elected