St. Alban’s members serve our community and world in two main ways: through our Outreach Center and through our own local ministry partnerships.
The St. Alban’s Outreach Center welcomes our outreach partners in ministry into the space formerly used by St. Alban’s Memorial School. For questions, please contact Jesse Lee, our Director of Finance and Operations. From the Outreach Center, we are pleased to minister with and to:
Using the Suzuki method, the Central Texas String Academy (CTSA) teaches children to play stringed instruments, mainly during the afternoon hours. CTSA students and instructors contribute to the worship life at St. Alban’s by playing in our highly attended Advent Worship for the Evening, which is an annual gift to the city of Waco. CTSA students also form an orchestra for occasional worship services and individual students provide music during communion, mainly during the spring. For more information, see www.centraltexasstringacademy.com
Numerous 12 Step Programs use the Outreach Center for their meetings, such as Al-Anon, Al-A-Teen and Overeaters Anonymous. For more information, see http://centexintergroup.com.
We partner with the following organizations. Please contact our Deacon, Alberto Melis, for information about volunteering with one of these ministries.
CarePortal creates connections within the Circles of Care around children in the child welfare system. Bringing together the family, church, and community to create a holistic healthy approach to caring for kids in the foster care system. Because every child matters.
Our Education Partner via Waco ISD, St. Alban’s members can tutor children, make meals, and collect school supplies to benefit the students and families of Cedar Ridge.
Volunteers are invited to do periodic projects to help maintain the facilities at The Cove, a place for homeless teens in Waco ISD.
St. Alban’s partners with Mission Waco in their goal of providing Christian-based, holistic, relationship-based programs that empower the poor and marginalized.
Volunteers serve homebound members and those without transportation (like college students) by providing transportation to and from St. Alban’s on Sundays for worship.