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.
Worship this Sunday @ 10 AM
Fall Schedule Returns Nov. 5th with 8am service and 10 service.
Look up Lessons for Sundays @ The Lectionary Page
The Lending library is located in the Church within the same space as the parish nurse’s area – on the other side of the nursery room. You can take book, leave a book, and you are invited to leave a donation. We hope you’ll check out the wonderful array of books – which include classics, mysteries, self-help book, cookbooks, poetry,romance and adventure.
St. Alban’s is proud to join with churches, synagogues and mosques across the country who observe the 2017 National Observance of Children’s Sabbaths Celebration, “Moving Forward with Hope: Love and Justice for Every Child.”
For more than 25 years, people of faith across the religious spectrum have been uniting through the Children’s Sabbath in shared concern for the problems children and families endure and shared conviction that each of our great religious traditions calls us to acts of love and justice -— especially for those who are young, impoverished, vulnerable, marginalized and excluded.
The Children’s Defense Fund provides a strong, effective and independent voice for all the children of America who cannot vote, lobby or speak for themselves. Particular attention is paid to the needs of poor children, children of color and those with disabilities.
The ministries of St. Alban’s primarily focus on the needs of children. Today’s loose plate offering will go to Pac a Sac—our ministry that sends home snack for the weekend for 25 children each week of the school year. These 25 children, identified as having food insecurities, go to the public school next door.