Office Hours: Monday – Wednesday – 10 am – 5 pm.
Open, inclusive, inviting, inspiring
St. Alban’s is a faith community where diversity is honored and celebrated; where acceptance, encouragement and love are given so that all people may explore their journey in faith; and where, through our many gifts, we cultivate a desire to give in thankfulness for all God has given us. We are of different ages from different backgrounds and during ‘the season’, different countries. We are straight, we are gay. Some are single, some married, some partnered, some – single again. We are women, men and children. Some of us live alone, some with others. People who come to St. Alban’s have all kinds of different reasons for choosing to make this a spiritual home – and this is a blessing.
So, no matter who you are or where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome here.
Please note: We are a small parish with a big heart. We operate thanks to a part-time staff and volunteers who enable us to provide rich worship experiences and to contribute to many outreach projects.
We are also a parish of the Episcopal Diocese of Southwest Florida and are part of the world wide Anglican/Episcopal Communion. The Rt Rev. Dabney T. Smith is the Bishop of the Diocese. The Rt Rev. Barry Howe and J. Michael Garrison are Assisting Bishops.
The Rev. Gigi Conner is the Priest in Charge.
Book Discussion on Palmer Parker’s book, On the Brink of Everything: Grace, Gravity, and Getting Old. Palmer is an author, educator, and activist who focuses on issues in education, community, leadership, spirituality and social change. He is the founder and Senior Partner of the Center for Courage & Renewal. This discussion will be led by The Rev. Glad McCurtain
Pot-luck dinner/Gulfport Art Walk September 15: at the Rev’s house and then wander over to Art walk ( 1 1/2 block away), in Gulfport.
October 6th: A Hymnbook to God: The Living Spirit of the Psalms
Discover how our forebears in the Holy Land spoke to God in praise, lament, complaint, rejoicing, and thanksgiving. The program brings us to a deeper understanding and appreciation of these beloved works, so central to the worship life of monastic orders for a millenium and a half and indicates ways in which you may employ them to deepen your personal worship practice
BIO: Bob Griffiths is Chaplain BIO: Bob Griffiths is chaplain at the Pines of Sarasota, one of southwest Florida’s largest not-for-profit senior care facilities. He is an Associate of the Order of the Holy Cross, past Spiritual Life and Adult Education Director of St Boniface Episcopal church in Sarasota, retreat leader, and spiritual director. He is trustee of Dial Hope (a 24-hour internet and telephone ministry), and a member of the Abrahamic Reunion which seeks to bring about greater understanding among Christians, Muslims, and Jews.
October 12: Diocesan convention—will be celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Diocese of SW Florida. The celebration begins at 2:30 pm with an afternoon with the Presiding Bishop, Michael Curry, Holy Eucharist at 5:00 pm, and a Reception at 7:00pm. Everyone invited to attend.