Who We Are
Here's the deal! Ambassador Community Church cares about one thing more than anything else: Jesus Christ. Ambassador Community Church is a family of individuals that have found hope in Jesus, and simply want as many people as possible to experience that exact same freedom.
Where We Come From
Ambassador Community Church was organized in Windsor on December 1, 1967. This resulted in an immediate search for our own church building and home for our pastor. We originally had our sights set on locating in South Windsor, but looking back, it seemed God had another plan. When the zoning agreement with the City of Windsor could not be secured for a parcel of land in South Windsor, our congregation continued to search for an appropriate location in other areas of the city.
After several years of meeting at different locations, like Roseland Public School and a United Church building, a decision was made to turn the focus to the East Side of the City of Windsor.
The year 1979 was a significant year in our development. On July 22 of that year we held our groundbreaking ceremonies at our present location of 3033 Rivard avenue, with construction beginning on August 27, 1979. The property which we believe God provided was a 2.3 acre parcel of land in the area of Windsor known as Fountainebleau.
An interesting fact about this land was that it had been zoned for a Church so no zoning laws needed to be considered. Our building was a labor of love by many of the congregational members, and the
project was completed in December 1979. Our first service in our new facilities was the annual Community Christmas Eve Program, a program that continues to be a highlight of our church year. The official dedication of our building took place on January 25, 1980 to the "Glory of God."
In 2005, we expanded our facilities to add a Fellowship hall and additional teaching space and washroom facilities in order to accommodate our developing ministry needs.