At St. Alban’s Church, worship is the foundation of our common life.
In our prayers, praises and singing we are bound together and brought into a more intimate relationship with Jesus Christ. Our worship shapes us into the people of God. We are people who are aware of God’s love, aware of the Spirit moving in our midst and are ready to follow that Spirit out into the world to share the Good News of God’s love.
Beginning on Trinity Sunday, May 30, 2021, worship will be open to anyone without pre-registration or distancing requirements. We will continue requiring that worshippers be masked for now.
Communion in one kind (i.e. wafers) will be offered at the main altar, although we will happily bring communion to those for whom steps are challenging.
Masked hymn singing both indoors and outdoors will be permitted, and music will be supported by a soloist and organ.
Our schedule of services will remain the same throughout the summer:
- 9:00 a.m. (English) in the church
- 10:30 a.m. (English) in the church
- Noon (Spanish) in Nourse Hall
On-line worship services in English and Spanish are available on Sundays beginning at 8:00 a.m. on our YouTube channel.
There is a way for everyone to to be involved — whether as a dedicated choir member, an occasional instrumentalist, or an enthusiastic congregational singer. Adults and children are welcome to make music at St. Alban's. Learn more.
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Baptism, Marriage, Confirmation, and Funerals
These ceremonies of the church acknowledge God's presence in our lives and help to mark these meaningful moments with worship, praise, prayer and celebration. Learn more.
Opportunities to Serve in Worship
Would you like to be a part of a worship service or help with preparation of the worship space? Learn how.