This committee meets on the second Sunday of the month, following the 10 am service.
School start on August 10th, right around the corner!
Part of our outreach is supporting the Pack-A-Sack program at Gulf Beaches Elementary.
St. Alban’s provides meals for students who might not have adequate food over the weekends during the academic year.
You can help! We need:
Peanut Butter (mini, to-go Jif Packets)
Spaghetti, Ravioli, Beefaroni (small, individual cans)
Cereal (1 oz. box)
Fruit Cups / Applesauce (plastic pull lids preferred)
Raisins (snack size boxes)
Juice Boxes or Individual Pouches
Cereal Bars or Granola Bars
Saltine/Ritz Crackers (boxes with sleeves)
Milk (that does not require refrigeration) Chocolate or White 2%
Deviled Ham (small, individual cans)
Cheese or Peanut Butter Cracker Sandwiches
“Ritz Bits” Crackers (Cheese or Peanut Butter) or “Cheez-It” Crackers (individual packages)
Chicken or Tuna salad (small, individual cans/pouches)
Vienna Sausages (regular or chicken)
Canned Chicken or Tuna (small, individual cans/pouches)
Goldfish (individual packages)
AIDs/HIV Dinner to be served this year on December 16th. We will serve about 40 people who are impacted by AIDS/HIV. Volunteers welcomed.
Angel Tree Foster Child Christmas Program: Provides Christmas gifts for foster children
AA: Holiday Isles Group meets regularly at St. Alban’s – Contact John, 639-0114; or Jim, 743-2360
Carlton Manor: Members of St. Alban’s sign up to take a home-cooked meal to young teen boys who live in foster care at Carlton Manor in St. Petersburg.
DIAPER DRIVE each year in Advent we collect diapers to give to the Food Pantry.
ERD (Episcopal Relief and Development) For the past two years it has become the custom at the Christmas Eve and Easter Day services to ask the worshipers at those services to throw their cash with wild abandonment into the offering plate. 1/2 of that loose plate offering has gone to purchase mosquito nets for places in the world still dealing with Malaria. So far we have sent $1,400.00 to ERD for these life-giving gifts.
Thanksgiving Meal for Carlton Manor kids, staff, parishioners of St. Alban’s and guests.
The Attic Shoppe: Operating from the orginal location for over 40 years on Corey Avenue, volunteers sell donated clothing, accessories and small household goods to raise funds for the ECW (Episcopal Church Women), St. Alban’s service and outreach projects, and the church, itself.
Food Pantry: St. Alban’s maintains a collection point for St. Giles’ Food Pantry.
Support our Troops: St. Alban’s provides space and support for this program which ships care packages to our troops in war zones.