December 16th—Interfaith Service of Remembrance for those who died homeless in the past year. St. Alban’s is happy to participate in this service. The service is at 5:00pm at the Unitarian Universalist Church, 100 Mirror Lake Dr. N.

December 19th—is the evening we cook and serve dinner to those infected or affected by AIDs. We provide a Christmas meal—fun Christmas music to sing—and an atmosphere of love—and yes—volunteers are welcome and needed.

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  • mourners path
  • Small groups, grounded in prayer, led by trained lay facilitator
  • Safe environment for sharing
  • Confidentiality for those participating in WMP
This is an eight week program which begins Tuesday,  January 15 and continues until March 5th.  This program is open to all people – one does not have to belong to St. Alban’s in order to participate. 
“Walking the Mourner’s Path has given me the most valuable tool to help me in my loss of a loved one. New bonds of friendship have been formed in the groups there were held.”
If you are interested in learning more or you know of a neighbor or friend or relative who might benefit from this program please contact:

Rebecca Lyons