WEFOUNDSchool and Parish Service Book: Being the Order of Matins and Vespers of the Evangelical Lutheran Church; With Music (Classic Reprint)


Parents/Guardians will have an opportunity to receive information on extended school year, family support, LEAP connect and much more.

Since its establishment on June 4, 1966, St. Ambrose Parish has been a living testimony the Catholic faith at work in Annandale, Virginia.  Beginning with only a few families, and celebrating Sunday Mass in a local public school auditorium, St. Ambrose parish has grown into a Catholic community of several thousand members, representing many nations and backgrounds.

In 1995, St. Ambrose parish school was opened to provide Catholic education to the growing number of Catholic families of the area.  In addition, as the needs of the local community has grown, our parish has organized Catholic service and outreach programs to the local hospital, local nursing homes, and many community organizations that care for the poor and the needy.

Today St. Ambrose continues to be a vibrant and growing parish family,  In union with Christ and His Church throughout the world, our parish family continues to share the gospel and the sacraments with all those who call Annandale their home.  As members of St. Ambrose parish, each of us has a part to play in the Church’s mission of making disciples of all nations.

As Catholics we recognize that service to our community and to the wider world is part of our Baptismal Call.  There are numerous opportunities to be involved in serving God through serving others.  Don’t see exactly what you are looking for?  Offer to help plan and implement another type of service – there is always room for more ideas.  If you are interested in any of the service opportunities below please call the contact if one is listed, or complete the volunteer interest form online .

Common Threads
There are many different ways to get involved. Prayer blankets and shawls can be sewn, croched, knitted, or made of tied fleece. No experience is needed and all ages are welcome! Learn more about our 2018 Blanket Challenge!

Christmas Ministries
At Christmas time, we organize various projects ranging from a coat drive to gifts for our sharing parish. Volunteers help to organize and run these events.

Catholic schools are parochial schools or education ministries of the Catholic Church . As of 2011 [update] , the Church operates the world's largest non-governmental school system. [1] In 2016, the church supported 43,800 secondary schools, and 95,200 primary schools. [2] Catholic schools participate in the evangelizing mission of the Church, integrating religious education as the core subject within their curriculum.

Traditionally, Catholic schools originated as single sex schools. Catholic schools were previously required to depend on school fees and endowments. Endowments dropped off sharply causing fees to rise. [ when? ] This prevented some students from enrolling due to their inability to pay. [ citation needed ]

Catholic schools are distinct from their public school counterparts in focusing on the development of individuals as practitioners of the Catholic faith. The leaders, teachers and students are required to focus on four fundamental rules initiated by the Church and school. This includes the Catholic identity of the school, education in regards to life and faith, celebration of life and faith, and action and social justice. [4]

Parents/Guardians will have an opportunity to receive information on extended school year, family support, LEAP connect and much more.

Since its establishment on June 4, 1966, St. Ambrose Parish has been a living testimony the Catholic faith at work in Annandale, Virginia.  Beginning with only a few families, and celebrating Sunday Mass in a local public school auditorium, St. Ambrose parish has grown into a Catholic community of several thousand members, representing many nations and backgrounds.

In 1995, St. Ambrose parish school was opened to provide Catholic education to the growing number of Catholic families of the area.  In addition, as the needs of the local community has grown, our parish has organized Catholic service and outreach programs to the local hospital, local nursing homes, and many community organizations that care for the poor and the needy.

Today St. Ambrose continues to be a vibrant and growing parish family,  In union with Christ and His Church throughout the world, our parish family continues to share the gospel and the sacraments with all those who call Annandale their home.  As members of St. Ambrose parish, each of us has a part to play in the Church’s mission of making disciples of all nations.

Parents/Guardians will have an opportunity to receive information on extended school year, family support, LEAP connect and much more.

Parents/Guardians will have an opportunity to receive information on extended school year, family support, LEAP connect and much more.

Since its establishment on June 4, 1966, St. Ambrose Parish has been a living testimony the Catholic faith at work in Annandale, Virginia.  Beginning with only a few families, and celebrating Sunday Mass in a local public school auditorium, St. Ambrose parish has grown into a Catholic community of several thousand members, representing many nations and backgrounds.

In 1995, St. Ambrose parish school was opened to provide Catholic education to the growing number of Catholic families of the area.  In addition, as the needs of the local community has grown, our parish has organized Catholic service and outreach programs to the local hospital, local nursing homes, and many community organizations that care for the poor and the needy.

Today St. Ambrose continues to be a vibrant and growing parish family,  In union with Christ and His Church throughout the world, our parish family continues to share the gospel and the sacraments with all those who call Annandale their home.  As members of St. Ambrose parish, each of us has a part to play in the Church’s mission of making disciples of all nations.

As Catholics we recognize that service to our community and to the wider world is part of our Baptismal Call.  There are numerous opportunities to be involved in serving God through serving others.  Don’t see exactly what you are looking for?  Offer to help plan and implement another type of service – there is always room for more ideas.  If you are interested in any of the service opportunities below please call the contact if one is listed, or complete the volunteer interest form online .

Common Threads
There are many different ways to get involved. Prayer blankets and shawls can be sewn, croched, knitted, or made of tied fleece. No experience is needed and all ages are welcome! Learn more about our 2018 Blanket Challenge!

Christmas Ministries
At Christmas time, we organize various projects ranging from a coat drive to gifts for our sharing parish. Volunteers help to organize and run these events.


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