Visit this section regularly for coming events:
One Heart, One Soul Diocesan Capital Campaign
Volunteer Orientation Meeting
There were several people who offered their assistance with the campaign, and for that we are grateful. Anyone who is interested in helping is certainly welcome!
There will be a volunteer orientation meeting on —–TBA —– in the Church Hall. We hope that you will be able to attend, to learn more about the campaign and how volunteers are essential to its positive outcome.
Prayers for the Sick – Wednesday mornings 10:00am – 10:30am in the Church, everyone is welcome to join with other parishioners to pray for those among us who are suffering from illness and who need our prayers for healing and strength. This is a weekly prayer gathering. Please use the South Street side door.
Parents in Touch Prayer Group of St. Ambrose Parish, invites you to join them on Tuesday mornings, at 10:00 am for the Rosary, and other prayers, at the side altar of Our Blessed Mother. Come pray for parents, children, family, friends, teachers and one another.
Monthly Bridge/Euchre card parties ♠♣♥♦
The next card party will be decided at a later date, as per the restrictions in place because of the coronavirus.
Card Parties are usually held on the 2nd Saturday of each month. The cost is $6.00 at the door.
A light lunch is served prior to playing cards. Everyone welcome.
There are no card parties during July and August.
Exercise for Adults/Seniors
Tuesday and Thursdays at St. Ambrose Church from 11:00 am to 12:00 noon in our Church Hall.
Join us for fellowship as together we exercise to maintain and improve upon our physical, mental, emotional and social well-being. This is offered by a trained volunteer through Community Support Connections.
St. Ambrose Parish Children’s Catechism Program
• Religious education for Grades 1 – 8
• Sacramental Preparation
• RCIC: Rite of Christian Initiation of Children
This on-going program is offered by the Sisters of Our Lady Immaculate offers children’s religious education Thursdays from 7:00-8:30 pm in the Church Hall. The program is open to students in non-Catholic schools, as well as Catholic schools. Contact the parish office for information.
Parish Nurse Survey
Myra Klaassen, RN, the newest member of our pastoral team, is asking for your input on the health and wellness needs of our parishioners.
Please take a survey which are available at the church exits, or surveys are also available by downloading this file…PARISH NURSE MINISTRY QUESTIONNAIRE .
Seniors are invited to complete a survey specified to their needs, by downloading this file….SENIORS QUESTIONNAIRE
Stress in Your Marriage? – Retrouvaille is a program for married couples that feel bored, disillusioned, frustrated, or angry in their marriage. Most couples don’t know how to change the situation or even communicate with their spouse about it. Retrouvaille can help. For confidential information about, or to register for the next program please call 905-664-5212 or email: email@example.com or visit the web site at www.retrouvaille.org
Invitation to join the St. Ambrose Parish Ladies Card Group
There is a ladies euchre group through St. Ambrose, inviting new members. We play 8 times between September and March and each session there are 8 games of euchre played. Each lady hosts 2 sets of games at her home in an afternoon or evening & together with her partner they invite another pair from the schedule. In late April we have an “end of the season” potluck dinner & card night in the church hall. The cost is $20.00 for the season with all money going to charities of the groups’ choice. It is a lot of fun and you connect with different people. We also have a small group participating in bridge who are also looking for new members. Please consider this social outing. Call Connie Psenak @ 519-740-1394 for more information about either group.
Knights of Columbus ~ At St. Ambrose Church
contact person – Selwyn Langlois 519-621-2580
The Knights of Columbus Galt council 2184 welcomes new members. This is open to all practicing Catholic men ages 18 and over.
The Knights of Columbus began as a group of men who sought strength in solidarity, and security through unity of purpose and devotion to a holy cause: they vowed to be defenders of their faith, their families and their country. The Order has been called “the strong right arm of the Church,” and has been praised by popes, and world leaders, for support of the Church, programs of evangelization and Catholic education, civic involvement and aid to those in need.