• Welcome to St. Alban's Episcopal Church! You are invited to be our guest any time we open the doors to St. Alban's. You do not have to "join" the parish in a formal way in order to worship, attend classes, participate in activities, and support the ministries of the parish. Read More
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Welcome to St. Alban's Episcopal Church! You are invited to be our guest any time we open the doors to St. Alban's. You  do not have to "join" the parish in a formal way in order to worship,  attend classes, participate in activities, and support the ministries of  the parish. Regardless of your denomination or background, you are  welcome at St. Alban's. 

If you are interested in formally becoming a member of St. Alban's, there are several ways to do this. If  you have not been baptized: Call the parish office or speak with one of  the clergy to arrange a baptism. Anyone baptized at St. Alban's is a  "baptized member." If you are a member of another Christian  denomination: If you were baptized with water in the name of the Father,  Son, and Holy Spirit, in any Christian denomination, you may become a  "baptized member" of St. Alban's. Just provide the parish office with  your birth date and baptismal information. 

If you are an  Episcopalian: If you are a member of another Episcopal congregation, or  were ever confirmed in an Episcopal Church, you can transfer your  membership. Provide our parish office with the name and location of the  church and the approximate dates of your membership or, if you were  confirmed there, the approximate date of confirmation, and we will send  for a letter of transfer, or you may wish to contact your previous  parish yourself. (The office has a directory of all Episcopal Churches,  with addresses and telephone numbers.) 

If you wish to be  confirmed or received: The Book of Common Prayer defines Confirmation as  "the rite in which we express a mature commitment to Christ, and  receive strength from the Holy Spirit through prayer and the laying on  of hands by a bishop." Youth Confirmation classes and adult inquirers'  classes are offered each year. Any baptized adult, and any baptized  youth in sixth grade or higher, is eligible. Persons who have been  confirmed in another denomination by a bishop in the apostolic  succession (most often Roman Catholic) are received by the bishop rather  than confirmed. Those who have been confirmed or received are  classified as "confirmed communicants." Speak with one of the clergy if  you are interested in confirmation or reception.

Our Core Values

Radical Hospitality

Passionate Worship

Intentional Faith Development

Risk-taking Mission and Service

Extravagant Generosity