Thank you for worshipping with us at Saint Alban's! We are happy that you are here. All baptized Christians are welcome to fully participate in worship and take Communion alongside members of the parish.
The Church of Saint Alban is now the oldest Episcopal Church in El Paso, and part of the Diocese of the Rio Grande. The parish is moving in exciting directions as we strive to continue share Christ's message of love and forgiveness in a stressed-out world. Come and join us as we move toward our 100th year of common witness and worship. For more detailed information about our Parish Life and ministries, our Parish Profile is now available for viewing and download in the "About Us" section of our site, or just click HERE.
Please join us on Sunday, November 6th as we celebrate the Feast Day of All Saints. At each service that Sunday we will read the names of the faithful departed which you supply, combined with those members of St. Alban's who have entered the Kingdom of Heaven in the last 5 years. Slips of paper for the names will be put out on the table at the back of the church, beginning on Sunday, October 23rd. Or you may email us HERE with your requests. Fellowship and pot luck refreshments will be available after the service in the Parish Hall. All are welcome!
Our Lady of Walsingham
On Sunday, October 16th we celebrated the Feast Day of Our Lady of Walsingham. St. Alban's hosts the only Shrine to Our Lady of Walsingham in the Diocese of the Rio Grande. For more information on our Shrine, and Our Lady of Walsingham's history, click HERE.
After the service we hosted a potluck lunch and Fall Festival in the parish hall, brought to us by our Sunday school (including a pumpkin raffle and cake walk). A good time was had by all!
On October 4 St. Alban's observed the feast day of Saint Francis of Assisi, the Patron Saint of Animals, with a “Blessing of the Animals” service.
“All praise to you, Oh Lord, for all these brother and sister creatures,”
Saint Francis of Assisi, from Canticle of the Creatures
Bishop Jerry Lamb!
On the SundayJune 26, we welcomed visiting Rt. Reverend Jerry Lamb, assisting Bishop of the Diocese of the Rio Grande (while Padrecita Jeanne Lutz was in Albuquerque on the Cursillo team). Thank you, Bishop Lamb!
Padrecita Jean will be back at St. Alban's on her usual schedule Wednesday June 29th.
On June 19th we celebrate the Feast of Saint Alban, our patron saint. Alban was a Roman soldier in Britain and the first person in that country to die for the Christian faith whose name we know. For that special day we will go down to one Mass at 9:30 am. Mark your calendars!
& Please join us!
Holy Week is a very special time for us at the Church of St. Alban. We invite you to join us for services throughout this week, as listed below, and on our calendar here.
Easter at St. Alban's
Please join us for the celebration of
Easter Solemn High Mass
at 9:30 a.m., Sunday, March 27.
There will be a brunch
an Easter Egg Hunt to follow.
The Lenten Schedule is as follows:
2016 Annual Meeting
St. Alban's held it's Annual Meeting on January 17, 2016 where the congregation was updated on all aspects of the current parish community and life, and goals were set for the upcoming year. Elections for new Vestry members and for new delegates to convention were also held. Afterwards, a delicious pot-luck luncheon was enjoyed by all in attendance.
October 28, 2016
Pledges and Other Donations
** Nursery and Sunday School are available at the 10:30 AM Mass
* Gluten free Host is available at all Masses.
Bible study 10:30 am
Noon Mass in the Lady Chapel
(followed by a simple lunch and fellowship)
Our Parish Community
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What is the Episcopal Church?
Find out about the Episcopal Church and the history of this wonderful community on our What is the Episcopal Church page.