In-Person Worship Service opportunities are available. Click here for a list of worship opportunities.

Fitness Day

Fitness Sunday is Pentecost Day, June 5. There will be one worship service outside at St. Ambrose at 10:15am. Wear red  to symbolize the power of the Holy Spirit.

2022 Pledge Campaign

St. Ambrose is a thriving, generous worship community. Your financial generosity has enabled us to serve our parish and community in so many ways. With the continued threat of COVID-19, we have stepped up to serve and share our spiritual gifts in so many ways

Welcome to St. Ambrose!

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Black Saints

Take a look at many black saints that made a difference.

Laymen Spotlight

The Rt. Rev. Kimberly (Kym) Lucas was ordained and consecrated as the eleventh bishop of the Episcopal Church in Colorado on May 18, 2019 at Saint John’s Cathedral in Denver. Lucas became the first woman bishop as well as the first African American bishop in the diocese’s 132-year history.
Read more in the latest edition of The Layman’s Times.

Dr. Janee' Harris Presents on Black Mental Health

BLESSED, STRESSED, AND BROKEN: The Bible and Mental Health New Faith Formation Series
Wednesdays, 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Dr. Janeé Harris to Present on Black Mental Health, this Wednesday, 6:30PM
Dr. Harris is an accomplished scholar, teacher, counselor, coach, leader, author, consultant, and speaker. She will lead a discussion about her research and experience on the importance of spirituality and mental health in the Black community. 

Youth Sunday

The Rev. Jasmine Evans, ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church, is the speaker for Youth Sunday. Rev. Jasmine is a vocalist, actress, and ordained minister. 

Saint Ambrose Episcopal Church is a welcoming community that gives worship to God, receives wisdom from God, and works alongside God to move the city of Raleigh.

Worship. Wisdom. Work.

Worship to God

We believe we exist to worship God and intentionally equip our congregation to give God praise.

WORSHIP WITH US

Wisdom From God

Our wisdom comes from God and our church built on the legacy of African and African American Episcopal saints.

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Work Alongside God

We prayerfully do inreach and outreach to impact the city of Raleigh through our inclusive community ministries.

DISCOVER OUR IMPACT

Our patron saint, Bishop Ambrose of Milan, lived in Italy during the 300s C.E. According to tradition, bees landed on his face as a child, leaving honey on his lips. He was a gifted orator, earning him the name “the honeyed tongue preacher.” The bees and the beehive are historic symbols of Saint Ambrose.

What time is your service?

We have two worship services each Sunday; 8 and 10:15am. We also have Bible studies on Mondays at 12:15pm and Tuesday mornings at 9:30 as well as a mid-week mass on Wednesdays at 12:15pm.

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Where are you located?

We are located at 813 Darby St in Raleigh, right off of State Street. Our campus is near Fuller Elementary School in the Walnut Creek Wetlands area.

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What is your congregation like?

As a historically African American Episcopal Church, we have a diverse congregation of all ages. We are radically welcoming, infinitely supportive and intentionally focused on transforming our communities, big and small, through the gospel of Jesus Christ.

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What is your denomination?

We are an Episcopal Church. This means the center of our teaching and worship is the life and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

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Ready to discover your new church home in the Triangle?

Saint Ambrose Episcopal Church is a welcoming community that gives worship to God, receives wisdom from God, and works alongside God to move the city of Raleigh.

 

Worship with us from wherever you are!

Please join us in-person or online for our Sunday morning worship services.

8AM Holy Eucharist (Rite II) (In-Person only)

10:15AM Holy Eucharist (Online and In-person) Zoom Link or YouTube Stream

10:15AM Holy Eucharist (abbreviated Bulletin)

Follow along with our bulletins (linked above).