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Whether you are a visitor, new parishioner, or longtime member, we hope you feel welcome at Saint Ambrose of Woodbury. We are a growing family of faith with over 12,000 members from 3,400 families. We focus on helping all parishioners actively live out and grow in our Catholic faith through worship, education, and outreach. I hope this website helps provide some of the basic information you're seeking about Saint Ambrose. Please remember that you are always welcome at Saint Ambrose of Woodbury.
Fr. Tom Walker, Pastor
The goal the Legacy of Faith Campaign is to reduce our parish debt to put the parish in a stronger financial position, freeing up resources to help us devote more energy toward our core mission to witness the Gospel of Jesus Christ to one another and our greater community through Worship, Education and Outreach. The more we reduce our debt, the more we can live out our mission. Visit Legacy of Faith for more information.
We thank the following Legacy of Faith Donors for their generous gifts to our campaign! It's not to late to make a commitment - it takes our whole parish family to build up the Legacy of Faith.
Happy Thanksgiving! Saint Ambrose will host the Woodbury
area ecumenical Thanksgiving service Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
with several area churches participating. Please join us to give
thanks with your neighbors and friends. A free will offering will
be taken to support the Christian Cupboard Emergency Food
Saint Ambrose will hold Mass at 10:00 AM on Thanksgiving morning. Take time out to give thanks to the Lord for the many blessings he has given.
We are located on the southeast corner of Woodbury Drive & Bailey Road. From I-94: Take exit 251 to Woodbury Drive and proceed to the intersection of Bailey Road & Woodbury Drive. From I-494: Exit onto Bailey Road and proceed to the intersection of Bailey Road & Woodbury Drive.