10:00 a.m: Contemporary Eucharistic Service (Book of Alternative Services Eucharist)
Sunday School and Youth Club are held during the 10:00 a.m. service.
Our Worship Space
Enter the sanctuary of St. Alban’s and you are immediately drawn into the sense of who we are and what we are all about.
The place where we worship God is warm and welcoming.
In the place where we worship — in the rich paneling of its walls and the traditional Biblical scenes of its stained glass windows — you can almost hear the echoes of over 100 years of Christian prayers and singing.
In the place where we worship, we are guided by the Holy Spirit, we proclaim His Gospel, and we share our fellowship in Christ with one another.
We of the community of St. Alban’s come to our church because we meet one another as warm and welcoming people, committed in our love of Jesus Christ to love and care for one another.
For us, coming to St. Alban’s is like coming home.
Common Prayer: You may not be familiar with our Anglican service, but please do not feel uncomfortable. Stand, sit or kneel as you wish and join us in prayer and worship. It is one of the features of our service that we pray together, in unison, in what has been called Common Prayer since the 16th century. At the 10:00 a.m. Service, we celebrate Holy Communion using the Book of Alternative Services (BAS) in a more flexible, participatory, congregational style. Our Rector leads us in worship. Lay people are also involved in the service through singing in the choir and reading scripture.
Order of the Service
- The Gathering of the Community
- Proclamation of the Word: Old Testament, New Testament and the Psalm
- The Sermon
- We affirm our faith in the Creed
- Prayers of the People
- Celebration of the Eucharist
- The Dismissal
St. Alban’s vision is to be a family of learning, praying, and worshiping Christians, working together in faith, love, and fellowship, to the benefit of our neighbours and to the glory of God.