Worship with Us
(from home)

Worshiping together is a central part of who we are at St. Alban’s, and we will continue to do so during this season of social distancing—just not on campus. We will worship from home. There will be no Sunday morning worship gatherings at St. Alban’s until it becomes safe to do so.

St. Alban’s will livestream services of Morning Prayer each Sunday at 9:00 AM CT on Facebook Live and YouTube. Gather with your family or at a friend at home and join us on your smartphone or computer. A PDF of the bulletin will be available each week for you to follow along with the responses. After the service, the recorded video will be available for those who couldn’t join us at 9:00 AM. At this service, you will hear the Word read and preached, we will sing and pray together, and we will remember the unity of God’s church, even in challenging times. We are not canceling worship—we will simply be worshiping differently.

See our page about additional schedule changes due to COVID-19 here.

Online Visitor Card

If you are visiting with us, please fill out this form so that we can get to know you better and connect you with our parish family.

Online Visitor Card


EVENT CALENDAR

May 1, 2020

Sunday Worship Service 9:00AM

Remember: you do NOT need to have a Facebook account to watch via Facebook Live. When you see the screen with the log-in prompts, just scroll past it to get to the video.
July 30, 2020

Choral Evensong – Feast of the Transfiguration

Join us on Thursday, August 6, at 6:00 PM on Facebook Live and YouTube for a live-streamed service of Choral Evensong to celebrate the Feast of the Transfiguration. The St. Alban’s Chamber Choir directed by Eugene Lavery will sing the St. Francis Canticles by Gary Davison and O nata lux by Michael Sitton.
July 2, 2020

Noonday Prayer

Join us weekdays in July at noon via Facebook Live for a service of Noonday Prayer, led by members of St. Alban’s.
May 1, 2020

Small Groups via Zoom

Small Groups are actively meeting via digital platforms and are welcoming new participants. Join a Small Group