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Welcome Back Rev'd Emily
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Rector Search Update From Our Vestry
By way of publicizing the opportunity, we have added a listing on the website of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington, complementing our posting in the jobs database of the national church and our running advertisement in the Episcopal News Service. Given these resources and especially our informal network, we have determined that it will not be necessary or cost-effective to use LinkedIn as a source of referrals.
The vestry is turning now to the work of evaluating paper applications on a rolling basis, determining which candidates to interview, and preparing for those sessions. It is a busy summer, but we trust the work will bear excellent fruit.
Please direct any questions about the search to .
May God bless St. Alban’s and prosper the search for our next leader!
Become a Sunday School Volunteer This Fall!
Fill The Backpacks!
The St. Alban's Opportunity Shop Is Open!
Thank you for your continued support.
Young Adults Picnic - July 30
Join our twenty and thirty-year-olds for a picnic at the Bishop's Garden on Saturday, July 30, from 6 to 8 pm. For moreinformation, please contact via email Kara Schmidt.
About 40 parishioners have participated in a Sacred Ground Circle at St. Alban's. In a Sacred Ground Circle, small groups gather to discuss the history of race and racism in a North American context. As our Sacred Ground Alumni discuss the next steps for them (and us), and as we continue our journey of grappling with racism, we are wondering if there are many of you who would like to begin your own journey by joining a Sacred Ground Circle this fall. If interested, please email the Rev'd Jim Quigley at You can learn more about Sacred Ground here: https://www.episcopalchurch.org/sacred-ground/