Whoever you are, and wherever you are on your faith journey, you are welcome here! St. Alban’s is home to a community of followers of Jesus Christ. We are not perfect, and we don’t pretend to be. We all do not think alike and disagree on many things. But we come together week after week to worship our God, to give thanks for our blessings, and to pray for ourselves, one another, and the world. We hope you will join us!
Scroll down to see some frequently asked questions. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any other questions you may have.
What time are your services?
You have several opportunities to worship with us. All are welcome!
Sundays at 10:30: Worship with Holy Communion. The service lasts about an hour. We have children’s bulletins available to help children follow along, and we always have a children’s sermon.
Wednesdays at 5:30: A quiet, informal service with anointing for those who are sick in mind, body, or spirit, followed by Holy Communion.
Monday-Thursday at 9:00 am: Morning Prayer in the church.
Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday at 5:00 pm: Evening Prayer in the church.
Do I have to dress up?
No. Some of us come more dressed up, and some casual. Just come as you are and join us!
Are children welcome in the service?
Yes! Just as Jesus welcomed the little children, we strive to be a welcoming place for children and their families. We encourage children to participate in worship, and we have a children’s sermon every week.
We also have childcare available during the 10:30 Sunday service, if you wish to use that. However, please know that children are always welcome in all of our worship services. It’s important for them to participate in the worship of the Church because they are children of God.
Can I receive Holy Communion if I’m not an Episcopalian?
Yes! All baptized Christians are members of the Body of Christ, and you are encouraged to receive Communion with us. If you are not baptized, you can receive a blessing. Please talk with us if you would like to be baptized!
Do you have Christian education or Sunday school?
Yes. We have several opportunities for Christian education–not just on Sunday mornings. On Sunday mornings during the school year, a small group meets at 9:30 for an informal discussion over a Bible passage. We also have Children’s Bulletins to help children learn about the Bible lesson for the day.
Look for other opportunities to be announced. We often have Christian formation opportunities on Sunday evenings at 6:00 pm, or Wednesday evenings at 6:00 pm. You can sign up to receive regular email updates on our Events Page.
How do I become a member?
Father Mark would love to talk with you about becoming a member. Please let him know you are interested. Members must be baptized, and are regular in worship and in giving to the spread of the Kingdom of God.