Pray for our Military

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Ministry to the Military

Most military members and their families do not wish to be thought of or treated any differently than other people. And, like others, they bring to our Church a wide variety of gifts, experiences, and stories of God’s faithfulness in their lives. Our Ministry to the Military fosters a sense of community and support for the military and their families.

Saint Ambrose provides a visual reminder for the active military who are in our parish. We send care packages to those individuals serving outside of the United States if requested. We provide cards and letters of support to military and their families.

Listed below are our active military members:

SPC Niko Bernardone Army
LTJG Travis Elliot Navy
MAJ David Elliott USMC
LT Serena Gerfy Navy
PO Rob Hartman Navy
MAJ Brad Klusmann USMC
MAJ Jared Klusmann USMC
CPL Nicholas Levitsky USMC
SPC William Mortensen Army
PVT Christian Nowak USMC
SSG Matthew Pyzik Air Force
SPC Bradly Renfro Army
BG Stephen Sklenka USMC
SGT Ryan Sumner Army
2NDLT Zachary Taylor USMC


If you have a loved one who is currently serving in the military and would like them added to this list please email

What Can You Do?

  • Write a letter or card thanking our military members for their active service
  • Write a letter or card thanking families for their family member who is serving
  • Donate to our Ministry to the Military to assist in paying for care packages
  • Donate miscellaneous items (please contact Michele Sumner for approved items)
  • Pray for our military members

Want to send your support to a Soldier, Marine, Sailor, Airman, or Coastguardsman
but have no idea of what to send, who to send it to, or how to send it?

Visit this page:

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