John Ambrose

AMBROSE, John Edward. b. Ottawa, Ontario, 30 January 1936.  Minister, denominational worship official, and hymnal editor, John Ambrose received degrees at Carlton University (BA, 1959), Emmanuel College of Victoria University in the University of Toronto (MDiv, 1962), and University of Notre Dame (MA, Liturgical Studies, 1982). Following his ordination as a minister in The United Church of Canada (1962), he served congregations in Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario. He was called to create the Office of Worship at the national headquarters of The United Church (1973) where he nurtured the ‘Celebration’ contemporary worship movement and the surge of the then ‘contemporary’ church music. He...

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