Our Parish Church is open for Parishioners to attend Holy Mass.
There is no restrictions on the number of attendees in the Church, but does require parishioners to be seated 6 feet apart from others not in their family or friend group.
Please follow the directions of the ushers.
Facial masks are required, and hand sanitizing upon entering the Church.
Holy Communion will again be permitted on the tongue.
Those receiving Communion on the tongue are asked to wait until the other parishioners have received Communion to come forward.
Pledges received to date is now: $147,000.00, and our goal is $300,000.00.
Thank you to those who have generously donated.
If you have not yet already done so, please go to the link below to hear Father’s message and see the campaign video https://www.oneheartonesoul.ca/stambrosecambridge
The top projects as identified by parishioners are:
- main floor accessible washroom
- audio/visual equipment for the church and hall with internet capabilities
- repairing the church hall and kitchen, and new flooring in the basement area.
Q. How can I make a gift or pledge to the campaign?
A. There will be a number of ways to make a gift or make payments on your pledge to the campaign, including:
• Setting up a pre-authorized gift (automatic withdrawal) from a chequing account
• Setting up a recurring credit card payment
• Paying by cash or cheque through the mail
Donations to the campaign can be made through the website link above. Please be sure to indicate your donation to “St. Ambrose Parish”.
How blessed we are at St. Ambrose Parish! We have a beautiful church in which to peacefully and safely worship our Lord, but even more, we have wonderful people who give of themselves through their time and talents to make our parish a faith-filled community. A parish does not just simply begin overnight. It is built, piece by piece, person by person, by those who dedicated themselves from the very foundation of our parish. We owe so much to those people who, over 60 years ago, were instrumental in establishing our parish community. We cannot look to the future without acknowledging the efforts of the past. Presently, just as in the past, our parish is a constant reminder of God’s love for us, and for our families.
Pope Francis said,
“How precious is the family as the privileged place for transmitting the faith!”
We gather together to praise and worship, and most importantly, receive the Sacraments. Those who enter our church do so with a desire to know the Lord more intimately, and we hope they will also find a welcoming parish family. You are most welcome to join our family!
Sacrament of Reconciliation
The Word of God