Bible Study and Adoration

Bible Study

Develop a more personal relationship with Jesus through the study of Sacred Scripture.

The mission of the St. Ambrose Bible Study Ministry is to bring the Word of God alive in each participant, guided by the power and love of the Holy Spirit.

Each week, several chapters of a specific book in the Bible are read and discussed.  When a book is completed, everyone has input in the selection of the next book to be studied. 

Everyone is invited to join in learning what God is saying to us and how we can apply it to our daily lives.

For dates and times when this Ministry meets, please visit our Events page or the weekly bulletin which can also be found by clicking here.

For more information or if you have any questions, please email Roseanne at or call the Parish Office at 570-385-1031, extension 4.


"Whenever I go to the chapel, I put myself in the presence of our good Lord, and I say to Him, "Lord, I am here.  Tell me what You would have me do"...and then, I tell God everything that is in my heart.  I tell Him about my pain and my joys, and then I listen.  If you listen, God will also speak to you, for with the good Lord, you have to both speak and listen.  God always speaks to you when you approach Him plainly and simply."  -St. Catherine Labourne

Opportunities for Adoration at St. Ambrose

  • Every Tuesday, Eucharistic Adoration will be offered starting at 8:00AM until the beginning of Mass.  Confessions will also be offered from 8:00AM until 8:20AM.
  • Every First Friday, Eucharistic Adoration will be offered starting at 12:00PM until the beginning of Mass.  The Divine Mercy Chaplet will be recited starting at 12:00PM.  Confessions will also be offered from 12:00PM until 12:20PM.
  • Every First Saturday, there will be Adoration from 3:30PM until 4:30PM.  Confessions will continue to be heard from 3:30PM until 4:00PM.

The recitation of the Rosary will be offered before our Daily Masses, and the Chaplet of Divine Mercy will be prayed after the Masses.

Father Bobbin teaches us There is No Right or Wrong Way to Pray at Adoration!

Not sure what to do during Adoration?  Check out Busted Halo's A Beginner's Guide to Eucharistic Adoration