21st Annual Advent Evening of Jazz
Enjoy holiday music to get you in the mood for the Christmas season! Music provided by the St. Ambrose Musicians.
Father Taylor is one of five candidates nominated for the Seventeenth Bishop Diocesan of the Episcopal Diocese of New York. The Diocese of New York will hold its election at a special convention on December 3.
Join the conversation about shifting the narrative around emotionally healthy father and son relationships and loving our children well, sponsored by St. Ambrose.
This event will be a moderated discussion by Mycal Brickhouse in conversation with author Romal Tune and Kyndra Frazier, LMSW, M.Div.
What do sons wish they had received from their fathers? What might honest, healing conversations look like?
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.
We believe we exist to worship God and intentionally equip our congregation to give God praise.
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Our wisdom comes from God and our church built on the legacy of African and African American Episcopal saints.
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.
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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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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