Join us for Sunday Worship
- 8 am (English) in the Church
- 9 a.m. (English) in the Church with Children's Chapel in Nourse Hall (2nd & 4th Sundays)
- 11:15 a.m. (English) in the Church & (Spanish) in Nourse Hall
Note: Weekly In-person Sunday Service Schedule Changes beginning next week (May 29.)
- 8 a.m. (English) in the Church.
- 10 a.m. (English) in the Church
- 11:15 a.m. (Spanish) in Nourse Hall.
- The worship service in English will be live on our YouTube channel every Sunday at 9 am.
- Si quieres ver nuestro servicio en Español en vivo, ingresa AQUÍ el Domingo, a las 11:15 am y acompáñanos desde donde estés.
- The full set of readings in English is here.
- Here is a link for some children’s activities especially for this week's scripture readings.
- You may donate online by clicking here.
- Si quieres ofrendar a través de nuestro sitio web, puedes encontrar aquí una explicación paso a paso de cómo hacerlo.
Save the dates! Life On The Ground In The Holy Land. 8 - 9:30 a.m. on Thursdays June 2, 9, and 16, via Zoom
On June 9th we will hear from two people in dialogue with each other. They bring differing perspectives and experiences. Yossi Klein Halevi, Senior Fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute in Jerusalem and author of Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor (strongly recommended reading for the series) and one of his correspondents in the most recent edition, Mohammed S. Dajani Daoudi, who is the former Weston Fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy and is Director of the Wasatia Academic Institute in Jerusalem. We will also provide registrants with some reading suggested by Professor Dajani Daoudi.
On June 16th we will hear from Stephanie Saldaña, a writer, teacher and journalist who specializes in religious diversity in the Middle East, with a focus on refugees. She lives in Bethlehem and is author of a stunning memoir of her time in Jerusalem, A Country Between: Making a Home where Both Sides of Jerusalem Collide.
There is no cost for participating in the conversation, but registration is required. To register for the event click here.
If you have any questions, please contact the Rev'd Jim Quigley.
Thank You to Our Children’s and Youth Leaders! Sunday May 22 at 11:00 am, Trenbath Assembly
On this last Sunday of the program year, we would like to thank those who help to form the faith of our young people each week in our Sunday School and youth groups. A reception will be held in their honor after class ends. Parents, please be on the look-out for an email from Mirelle Warouw and Amanda Gilman for opportunities to help with this celebration. Please reach out to the following folks as you see them and thank them for their commitment and leadership during such extraordinary times!
● PreK to 2nd grade: Francoise LeGall, Julie Clements, Zoe Tron, Armis Sadri.
● 3rd to 5th grades: Candice Brown, Anton Vanterpool, Tom Gustafson, Emily Blake
● Rite 13: Noell Sotille, Krista Anderson, Rachel Freytag
● J2A: Liz Price and Samantha Glosh
● Senior group: Amie Vandersluis and Justine Colson
Strawberry Sunday Returns
After a pandemic hiatus, we'll celebrate one of our favorite spring social events once again on Sunday, May 29. Come to the Columbarium (weather permitting) between the 10 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. services and enjoy strawberries and ice cream with your St. Alban's family. If you'd like to bring sliced berries or a strawberry treat, your contributions will be most welcome.
PreK to 5th Grade Sunday School and Youth Classes Conclude Sunday May 24(6th-12 Grades)
You can register your child in person or online HERE. PreK to 2nd Grade now meets downstairs in the Rectory (the house across the driveway from the Church), and 3rd to 5th Grade meets upstairs. Masks are required for everyone, and some windows will be open for increased ventilation. All of our leaders are fully vaccinated. At this point, we’re still holding off on resuming Nursery care and our 2s & 3s class.
- Rite 13 (6th-7th grades): Rectory Living Room.
- J2A (8th-9th grades): Room 203, Satterlee Hall (main floor)
- Senior Youth (10th-11th grades): Room 301, Satterlee Hall, upstairs
We have made plans to have the safest places possible for our youth in-person classes. To that end, masks are required at all times. To register for Youth Classes online, click HERE. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Rev. Yoimel González Hernández.
A Prayer for Ukraine
you brought forth the beauty of creation;
From the chaos of war and violence
Bring forth the beauty of peace.
God of compassion
You saw the humanity of the outcast and the stranger;
Help us to see the evils of our hatreds and suspicions
and to turn them into the embrace of your Beloved Community.
God of peace,
Through your love on the cross
You overcame the power of violence and death;
Turn us away from the love of power
That we may transform a warring world
through the power of your love. Amen.
– The Rt. Rev’d Mark Edington, Bishop of the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe
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