St. Ambrose in the News
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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...
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Rev. Jemonde Taylor, Guest Speaker on PBS Black Issues Forum “LGBTQ in Schools & Protecting Kids’ Mental Health”
On October 15, 2021, PBS Black Issues Forum covered Lt. Governor Mark Robinson’s controversial remarks about LGBTQ in schools and what is made available on the subject in schools, and the mental well-being of our young people following two tragic deaths at UNC-Chapel...
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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...
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The Walnut Creek Wetlands Community Partners Summer 2021 Newsletter has been released. Topics include: the Bailey Drive Art unveiling, News for PEJ’s Raleigh Watershed Learning Network, the Walnut Creek Wetland Park Building Community, Nature events this summer at...
Greetings, In the Name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit: One God. Amen. I am writing to share with you news I received today. The Standing Committee for the Episcopal Diocese of Upper South Carolina approved a slate where I am one of five...
Last week Saint Ambrose Episcopal Church partnered with Black Voters Matters to put on a COVID-19 Vaccination Event and Voter Registration Drive. The event was covered by ABC11. Watch the coverage here at the 6:11 mark.
WRAL spotlights Saint Ambrose Episcopal Church's role in fueling change in the community. Read the full article here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YkIBu0lRjuE
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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.