Saint Ambrose Parish was established on January 4, 1948. The name of the parish was chosen by Bishop Hunt to honor St. Ambrose, the early Church’s learned and scholarly Bishop of Milan. His Episcopal coat of arms contained a beehive, both symbolic of Ambrose’s eloquence, and Utah's state symbol. The Patronal feast of the parish is December 7th, commemorating the day St. Ambrose was consecrated bishop in 374.
Our parochial school provides an excellent educational opportunity for toddler through eighth grade students. The mission of J.E. Cosgriff Memorial Catholic School is to guide our students to become respectful, responsible, and productive citizens through quality academic instruction that is grounded in Catholic teachings and tradition.
Parishioners of all ages enjoy opportunities for Faith Formation—from celebrating the sacraments, to meeting God in new ways through Youth Ministry, to growing in faith with other adults in our parish through small groups and speaker events. We have many active ministries—so there’s always an opportunity to get involved. Interested in learning more or becoming a member? Click here to register or contact us.