“If my people who are called by my name humble themselves, pray, seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and heal their land.”
—2 Chronicles 7:14
These are anxious times as our nation confronts a deadly pandemic, a troubled economy, racial injustice and a bitter election season. It’s a lot to take in, and it’s easy to get overwhelmed.
That’s why prayer is needed now more than ever.
As we celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Cathedral Center for Prayer and Pilgrimage, we hope these 25 prayers will help calm your soul and lift your spirit as we head into Election Day and the months to come. Lord, in your mercy, hear our prayer.
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PRAY WITH US
Day 1 Prayer example is below
But I have calmed and quieted my soul, like a weaned child with its mother; my soul is like the weaned child that is with me. —Psalm 131:2
God of our troubled hearts, God of our quiet souls:
We know the first step towards making peace in our world is to find peace in ourselves; but as we begin these twenty-five days of prayer, there is so much dis-ease in our world that it can be difficult to find such peace. Grant us the assurance of your steadfast embrace, no matter the condition of our spirits, so we may rest in the deep peace that comes from knowing we are your beloved children. Amen.
Our 10am Sunday Morning Prayer Service is now an in-person gathering. Please wear a mask, use the hand sanitizing station when entering and social distance 6 feet. The pews are marked for seating.
If you want to stay home and still join us, please stream through ZOOM. To receive information and watch the service; please send an e-mail request to:
To avoid spreading Covid-19 - Please use social distancing of 6 feet, wash your hands/use hand sanitizer, and wear a face covering when you are in groups.
May the Lord watch over you and your family, protect you and heal you. Soon we will get through this and come back together.
But in the mean time you can go to the National Cathedral web site: and watch 7am Morning Prayer, 7pm Evening Prayer and 11:15am Sunday Service on-line. Also, you can go to the web site: and get the daily readings.
Mission: Disciples of Christ, called to serve neighbors near and far
Our Core Values: Compassion, Worship and Prayer, Fellowship, Christian Education
An open, welcoming Church –
All are invited, no exceptions.
Episcopal Church of the Ascension
214 Northampton Road, Seneca 29672
For more information, please call (864) 882-2006
If you’re seeking a prayerful spiritual path in your journey of faith...we invite you to walk our outdoor labyrinth.
If you’re seeking opportunities for outreach...we invite you to join us in our ministries serving others.
If you’re seeking a deeper understanding of your faith...we invite you to join us for Christian Formation classes.
If you’re seeking to feed the hungry...then join us in our Community Garden.
If you’re seeking fellowship...so are we...and we invite you to join us in breaking bread together.
If you’re seeking to share the Sacraments...we invite you to join us for the Holy Eucharist every Sunday at 10:00 AM
We invite you to come and see at the Episcopal Church of the Ascension...where we are seeking you to share in God’s love and hope.
The Biblical Garden Grounds
The Reverend Carol Phillips Marshall dedicating and blessing the labyrinth.
Ascension Labyrinth, Outdoor Chapel
and the Spiritual Journey
At its most basic level the labyrinth is a metaphor for the journey of life. Joyous or somber, thoughtful or prayerful, a walking meditation.
Church of the Ascension has installed an eight circuit Chartres Labyrinth
There is a five foot diameter perimeter in which dedicated, engraved paver bricks can be placed.
Our Community – Ascension – Seneca – Oconee County – Upstate SC – ANYONE is invited to walk the Labyrinth - ANYTIME
Sunday Service is open for an in-person gathering and also offers a
10:00 am Morning Prayer/Liturgy of the Word Zoom Service