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The Laymen’s Times Vol.16

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CBS17: Family spreads diverse Christmas cheer with Black Santa photoshoots at Raleigh studio

Learn how representation, especially during the holidays, can make a big impact on youth. Read the full story here

The Laymen’s Times Vol.15

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On Rain Gardens and Resurrection

By The Rev. Ryan P. Parker Our house was the last built on our cul-de-sac. When we stopped by during the building process, we noticed the backyard was extremely wet and muddy. The builders reassured us that after they graded and added sod everything would be fine. It...
On Rain Gardens and Resurrection

On Rain Gardens and Resurrection

By The Rev. Ryan P. Parker Our house was the last built on our cul-de-sac. When we stopped by during the building process, we noticed the backyard was extremely wet and muddy. The builders reassured us that after they graded and added sod everything would be fine. It...

St. Ambrose Member, Destinee Bates, Selected to Represent the Presiding Bishop’s Office at the United Nations 26th Conference of Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change

Following a churchwide call for applications, Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Michael Curry has named 24 delegates—selected from among 70 applicants—to represent the presiding bishop’s office at the United Nations 26th Conference of Parties to the UN Framework...

Saint Ambrose is located at 813 Darby St, Raleigh 27610 near the intersection of State and Darby Streets. It is easily accessible from Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard from downtown Raleigh or Rock Quarry Road from the Raleigh I-40 beltline.

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.