Sunday, Sept. 24

The 17th Sunday after Pentecost

Reflector: Larry DiCostanzo
Officiant: Christine
Musician: Jesse Distiller
Greeter: Deb Jesch
Coffee Hour: Kathryne Ann Kinsey

If you’d like to join us on line, we are streaming to the St. Alban’s public Facebook Page found HERE.

To get the best possible sound while enjoying the Live Stream, we recommend using a good set of earbuds or headphones with your digital device.

You do not need a Facebook account.

Coffee hour to follow in the Narthex.



Meeting ID: 848 3584 8350
Passcode: See ENewsletter, Friday Blast or email


Please join us for our weekly Benedictine spirituality group.

We will read the upcoming Sunday’s gospel twice, have a brief period of silence, share a phrase from the gospel that speaks to us, discuss, and close with a prayer.

If you have any questions, contact Margaret Doleman.

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 862 1861 1689

Passcode: See ENewsletter, Friday Blast or email

Land Acknowledgment

We acknowledge that the CONFEDERATED VILLAGES OF LISJAN are the traditional stewards of the land on which our buildings stand and we pay our respect to their people and heritage. The Lisjan people have lived in the territory of Huchiun since the beginning of time, and are still here fighting for their land, heritage, culture & spiritual traditions.

About our Church

Our mission: The people of St. Alban’s Episcopal Church are a welcoming community seeking to provide a comfortable and strengthening place for Christian worship; to care for one another and to reach out to those in need. We seek to know God in Christ Jesus, and to manifest the Gospel in our common life.

Come as you are!  We are a low-key, diverse group of committed, open-minded Christians gathering weekly for worship, friendship, support and service.  We believe in sharing what we have, so many other folks use our space, too.

Our statement of LGBTQ+ inclusion: St. Alban’s Episcopal Church in Albany, CA affirms the dignity of all LGBTQ+ people. We welcome LGBTQ+ people into our congregation and celebrate the contributions they make to our communal life. We actively strive for equality for LGBTQ+ people, together with other faith and civic organizations. We enthusiastically encourage LGBTQ+ people to join us for worship on Sunday and at all of our activities.

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            Both the Church and Parish Hall are accessible.