Clubs and Ministries

Joining a is a great way to meet new people and get involved in an activity you enjoy. St. Alban's offers a
wide-range of interest groups and ministries including:
Food Pantry
Altar Guild
Wednesday Bible
Fellowship of Christian Firefighters
Ladies of St. Alban's
St. Barnabas Guild (visiting ministry
to the sick and shut-in)
Men of St. Alban's
Sunday Adult Study
Anglican Chant
Theology and Coffee
Check our calendar of events of ontact us for more information and meeting times.


Above are two members of our Altar Guild preparing the high altar for the Holy Eucharist.


Here are some members of the Wednesday Morning Adult Bible Study taking a break from class.


The children's garden at St. Alban's is maintained by the parish youth under the watchful eyes of Bernard Riley
and Hilda Braswell, and is used for teaching as well as for prayer.


St. Alban's is a military friendly parish. A number of our parishioners are currient or retired service-members.

Anglican-Catholics for Life

Saint Alban’s is proud to be a pro-life parish, adopting those principles set forth in the Affirmation of St. Louis. We regularly participate in such events as the March for Life and 40 Days for Life.

We also are seeking interested lay leaders for this critical ministry. As a parish that arose as a result of the Affirmation of St. Louis, St. Alban’s adheres to certain “non-negotiables”, in particular, two key principles of the Christian faith:

Sanctity of Human Life
Every human being, from the time of his conception, is a creature and child of God, made in His image and likeness, an infinitely precious soul; and that the unjustifiable or inexcusable taking of life is always sinful.

Family Life
The God-given sacramental bond in marriage between one man and one woman is God’s loving provision for procreation and family life, and sexual activity is to be practised only within the bonds of Holy Matrimony.

“It is the duty of the Church and her members to bear witness to Christian Morality, to follow it in their lives, and to reject the false standards of the world.” In all that we do, we are bound to maintain these standards of traditional Christianity. To be sure, “[w]e recognize that man, as inheritor of original sin, is ‘very far gone from original righteousness,’and as a rebel against God’s authority is liable to His righteous judgement.” So it is that we are reminded of our place in dealing with other sinners in charity given the beam in our own eyes.

Fellowship of Christian Firefighters

Saint Alban’s Anglican Chirch is proud to sponsor a start-up chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Firefighters. The FCFI Purpose includes glorifying God in the fire service, fellowshipping together for individual growth in the Christian life, serving the cause of Christ through the church of one’s own choice, encouraging those in the fire service in their Christian life, sharing locally in planned fellowship meetings, individual contact, and prayer, bringing all Christians in the fire service to a common goal of praying for the fire service and its members, sharing on an international basis through an annual international conference, having contact internationally with fellow Christian firefighters and the caring for firefighters in times of need. Individual chapters and members share Christ’s love in the fire service and their communities in many other and varied ways. Contact Tim Adams through the parish office or on Facebook.

Benedictine Chapter

Those interested in exploring the Rule of St. Benedict and Benedictine spirituality and prayer life are welcome to attend a short meeting following the 11 am Mass on Sundays. A small group already is at work and prayer (Ora et Labora) here at St. Alban’s with Matins and a meditation each morning at 8:00 am on weekdays. Come see what a difference this can make in your daily life as we learn daily to dedicate all of our efforts to God and His glory.

Sanctity of Life Issues

As noted on this page, St. Alban’s is a parish fully committed to the sanctity of human life. As Christians, we need to uphold the sanctity of every human life as a form of worship to God, our Creator. As believers, we need to understand all of the issues (abortion, stem cell research, end of life concerns, abstinence, and adoption) that threaten life in our culture.

God, and not man, is the creator of human life.
Therefore, from conception to natural death we will protect and respect the sanctity of every human life.

Furthermore, we recognize that the unjustified taking of life is sinful, but God gives absolution to those who ask for His forgiveness.

Furthermore, we recognize that the unjustified taking of life is sinful, but God gives absolution to those who ask for His forgiveness.

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Contact Us

Saint Alban's Anglican Catholic Parish
4006 Hermitage Road
Richmond, Virginia 23227
Phone: (804) 262-5519

About St. Alban's

St. Alban's is a growing traditional Anglican parish located Richmond, Virginia. St. Alban's is committed to Christianity as a way of life. Faithfulness to the ancient faith, reverence in worship, love for God and each other and holiness in life are the hallmarks of the parish. If you are seeking a church home, we invite you to become a part of our growing parish family! We will embrace you, pray for you, and encourage you as we strive together to attain the kingdom of heaven.

Please visit all the pages of our web site to learn more about the Parish and its activities. You and your family are welcome to join us in worship as well as at any social events.

We look forward to hearing from you and answering any questions you might have.