Welcome to St. Ambrose Parish!


Mass Schedule


Join us for Mass at St. Augustine at 9:00 AM or 6:00 PM. 

Our 6 PM Mass will be live-streamed on our St. Ambrose Facebook page. 

Following Mass Father Turner will give a talk on Prayer - please visit flocknote to sign up to attend the talk in person or to register to attend the online webinar. https://nbcatholics.flocknote.com/


 Please Join us for Mass at St. Augustine


Sunday Masses: SATURDAY 5pm (English Ordinary - No Incense)

and SUNDAY (with incense) at 9am and 11am


 As required, the number of people allowed in the church will be limited to adhere to social distancing guidelines. Parishioners are asked to follow social distancing, wear a Mask and sanitize hands upon entering the church. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation in helping us all do our part to keep each other safe! May God Bless You!


To view taped Masses and other commentaries from Father Turner on our St. Ambrose facebook page or on vimeo and be sure you are signed up to receive flocknotes for continued communication.


 Taped Masses

For those unable to attend, Sunday Mass will be taped and posted.

https://www.facebook.com/NBCatholics/ and https://vimeo.com/nbcatholics


Faith Talks

Continue to visit our facebook page for online faith talks and bible study opportunities.


Religious Education - Faith Formation

Welcome back to a new school year! This time of pandemic has given a new perspective to every aspect of our lives, and so it is as we plan for a new year of faith formation.

Many would agree that in-person learning provides many benefits that cannot be realized in a virtual setting. Therefore, we will plan to move forward with Family of Faith and Catechesis of the Good Shepherd. Family of Faith parent meetings will meet once per month in person with social distancing, and a modified community meeting schedule will suggest activities for your family to do together or for families that are comfortable gathering together. Atria for Catechesis of the Good Shepherd Levels 1 and 2 will accommodate small groups of children as the space allows.  As long as public health data in CT remains as it is, we will move forward with this model. If developments change, and another “shelter in place” is implemented, we will transition to a hybrid or digital model.

Preparation for sacraments of Holy Communion and Reconciliation will be offered in the spring for any child who has reached the age of reason (about seven years) and has met the criteria for readiness. Reception of the sacraments will be held in the spring.

Preparation for the sacrament of Confirmation is based on readiness and open to teens in grades 10-12 who have been involved in Family of Faith and/or small groups. Preparation sessions will be offered in both the fall and spring with reception of the sacrament in the spring for both sessions.

Please be assured that the health and safety of our children will be our highest priority. We will follow all CDC disinfection/sanitizing protocols, as well as local/state regulations regarding meeting spaces.

We pray for the health and safety of all and keep in prayer those most affected!

Click here for registration form: /media/1/Religious%20Ed%20Registration%202020-2021.pdf


Offertory and Online Giving

In these days of uncertainty, we're grateful for those who continue to support the parish through online giving, mail-in or drop-off donations. If you haven’t yet signed up for online giving, we encourage you to join Father Turner and others who have done so here: https://www.osvonlinegiving.com/3023 This is the easiest and most secure way to give.  Please call Deacon Joe at the office if you need help signing up.




Religious Education


Recorded Mass


Upcoming Events

Online Giving with St. Ambrose



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Saturday Vigil - 5PM at St. Augustine 
Sunday Mass - 9AM and 11AM at St. Augustine

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