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 This Sunday: The Twenty-Third Sunday After Pentecost

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10:00 am in Church

Music, sermon, Holy Eucharist and lively coffee hour!

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 The Peace Chapel is a place for restoration of mind, body & soul

Wednesday 10:00 am Healing Prayers and informal Eucharist in the Peace Chapel





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OCTOBER 29TH: Deepening Our Spirituality in the Last Third of Life  8:30 am – 1:00pm: $30.00 (if you cannot pay this – please make a donation) Click here to download registration or call church office 360-8406 to sign up. 



Led by Maureen Connors and Bill Cooley. Maureen, (Phd) serves as a spiritual companion, retreat leader and facilitator. She is facing the challenge of last third of life issues and trying to do it with grace, resilience and courage!  Bill (the Rev. DMin, MSW) is an honorable retired Presbyterian pastor, living into his last third of life. A spiritual companion in his retirement community in south St. Petersburg and Tampa Bay, he also leads retreats on deepening spirituality for pastors and older adults. Participants will: Explore spiritual deepening in your aging journey; Expand your understanding of spiritual practices;Recognize life transitions and explore how to reimagine yourself at each stage

The Mourner’s Path  – Begins Tuesday November 1 – All Saints’ Day

This eight week offering at St. Alban’s will enable a small group to gather, share feelings,  talk about loss and  imagine new ways of living.  Rebecca Lyons and Theresa Deery  are the trained facilitators for this ministry beginning on November 1, All saints’ Day.      If you are seeking comfort and healing after the death of a loved one, the Mourner’s Path will be of great help to you. This ministry is open to any person, from any church. Together participants will:  Acknowledge the pain and brokenness, Recognize that each journey through grief is unique, Share stories, Experience both tears and laughter,  Find healing and joy. Yes, there is a spiritual component to this important ministry.     We believe that in and through God, life is changed, not ended and so we entrust to God our beloved one, to be received into God’s arms of mercy. We believe that God, through friends, family and sometimes even strangers, will comfort us in our grief and offer us hope for the future. May we be open to being embraced by God’s love, to finding clarity in the midst of confusion. and grace to let our beloved one enter into that new life.                                  If you would like to register, please contact the church office:360-8406. If you have questions, please contact the Priest in charge, the Rev. Gigi Conner 744-3785

NOVEMBER  4-6th – The Great Sale

If you have items to donate – this is the week to bring to church! And there are all kinds of interesting ‘items’ for the discerning shopper -including a bathroom pedestal sink. Of course helping hands to set up the week before will be welcomed.

hatOctober 27th @ 6PM – ‘Glad Hatters’ Gathering

This gathering is for those women who have been yearning to make a fabulous hat to wear when they greet Trick or Treaters on Halloween Eve. Light refreshments will be provided. Our ‘hat instructor’ is Malinda Ottinger. 







January 15: BrassRoots – Jazz Vespers

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January 21 & 22: Storyteller Megan Hicks

Megan will lead a workshop on the 21st (2pm – Cost $20) on HISTORY through YOUR Story. A writing/storytelling workshop. And then give a storytelling ‘concert’ on Sunday the 22nd. (3pm – cost $10)


roberta-and-edFebruary 19 – Sunday @ 3pm Flute and Piano Concert with Roberta Poellein and Ed Johnson