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.
Mark These Dates
Episcopal Church Women of the Diocese Annual meeting November 15th.
This is the 48th Annual Meeting—all women are invited. The program will be an interactive workshop giving the simple tools of Benedictine spirituality that empowers us for life’s journey. Guest speakers: Nancy Young, President of the Episcopal Community. $25 includes lunch and cost of gathering. Register by November 1.
November 12: There will be a ground-breaking ceremony on Veterans Day—Nov. 12th for the first Tiny Home for a Vet. Many of you gave money to help get this project going and now it is really coming to fruition. The City of St. Petersburg gave the land and when the house is completed, the Veteran who moves in will be able to buy it. The times are 11:30 am –1:00pm.
November 22– Thanksgiving Day at 11:30 am—we serve lunch to the children and staff from the Carlton Manor Foster Homes. The church supplies the turkeys and parishioners bring side dishes. All parishioners are invited to sit at table and enjoy the meal.
December 8th is the ECW Christmas Lunch December 16th—is the 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.