10 a.m. Holy Eucharist, accompanied by our beautiful organ and followed by coffee hour and conversation (sometimes classes, too).
A professionally staffed nursery is available at 9:45 a.m. Older children are welcome in worship and enjoy seasonal programming designed for them.
12 p.m. Holy Eucharist with special time for healing prayers. This service is informal and includes discussion time in place of a sermon.
6:30 p.m. Benedictine Spirituality Group (Ben’s Friends) meets for study, prayer and support.
Our labyrinth is always open for meditation. When pilgrims couldn’t get to Jerusalem in the Middle Ages, many devised symbolic walkways which were like a “virtual pilgrimage.” In a meditation labyrinth, one can’t get lost, but one may be tempted to leave the path, especially when it heads in surprising directions.
Walking the Labyrinth can be an entry into sacred space and time, a simple walking meditation which helps a person center and be more attuned to the presence of God.
At St. Alban’s our labyrinth is octagonal, a shape that fits in best with the setting of our church patio. This labyrinth was built many years ago by St. Alban’s parishioners.
Octagonal labyrinth design for St. Alban’s