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What is Firehouse?

Firehouse is a worship night that occurs monthly at Ambrose University. It starts at 6:30 pm in the Airhart Classroom (A1085). 

Firehouse is a student-led ministry that is dedicated to cultivating an atmosphere that is inviting to Holy Spirit, as well as to students, staff, faculty, and the greater Ambrose community.  Firehouse is devoted to the free expression of worship in order to host, love, know, and partner with God in encountering His presence.  Firehouse is committed to connecting people to Jesus and to one another.


What Can I Expect at Firehouse?

A Firehouse worship night will include musical worship, a painting station, room to worship through movement as well as worship tools. An evening that is dedicated to not demanding the attention of worshippers but instead creating an atmosphere for individuals to worship in the way that best suits them. 


How Can I Get Involved?

Because Firehouse is a student-led event, there is a wide variety of roles that any student can serve. Below is the list of the roles at Firehouse that students can look into. Email Hayley at to inquire about a role!