Image: Attendees at listening sessions are all ears. Photo courtesy of ONE Wake

Saint Ambrose Episcopal Church has been featured in an article, “A Resurrected Wake County” in the Disciple, a Diocesan Magazine. The article covers the work of ONE Wake and Saint Ambrose’s involvement. Saint Ambrose joined with Church of the Good Shepherd, Raleigh; St. John’s, Wake Forest; St. Mark’s, Raleigh; St. Paul’s, Cary; Trinity, Fuquay-Varina; and 36 other congregations, associations and nonprofits to found the community organizing power group in Wake County called ONE Wake

About ONE Wake

ONE Wake is about people: developing their innate skills and ability to work with each other to identify common problems, to find or create workable solutions, and to work together to implement systemic changes within society to achieve the common good.

ONE Wake is a non-partisan, multi-ethnic, multi-issue group of religious congregations, associations, and other non-profits in the Wake County area with aggregate membership totaling in excess of 50,000 households.