Our principal Sunday service is Holy Eucharist, Rite II, from the Book of Common Prayer, with Rev. Nancy Mayhew presiding. One Sunday a month, we have a shorter Morning Prayer service.  Everyone is welcome to worship with us at our services and take Holy Communion with us, as we are all one human family united under God.

During this time of COVID-19, we are called to care and protect our neighbors more than ever.  On March 28th, we started meeting in-person again (masked and at limited capacity) as well as continuing to offer the Zoom option for those wishing to join online.

If you want to join from your computer, tablet or smartphone, here is our regular Zoom link:

If you prefer to dial in using your phone only:
+1 646-558-8656

Meeting ID: 273 276 8959# #

No matter where you are in your journey of faith...whether you are a life-long Episcopalian or looking for a church home; whether you are visiting, exploring, curious, you are always welcome at St. Alban's Episcopal Church.

Service schedule

Bible Study &

Book Club


Our Bible Study & Book Club small groups meet in person in our lounge as well as via Zoom. All newcomers are welcome anytime to any of our groups! We cover many topics throughout the calendar year and encourage one another to keep learning and growing in faith.

Bible Study - TUESDAYS AT 10AM

Beginning Tuesday, Sept 7th, Stephanie King is leading a new class discussing the book "Life of the Beloved: Spiritual Living in a Secular World." The book costs $13, and please contact Stephanie anytime with questions.


St. Alban's has a regular book club that meets Tuesdays at 7pm throughout the year. We're on a break for the holiday season but will return in late January with "Present Over Perfect" by Shauna Niequist. Contact Stacey or Katie C. for details, and stay tuned here and on our Facebook page for updates!

​Zoom info:


Meeting ID: 273 276 8959


Click the link below to see our holiday service schedule & learn how to help show some extra love to our neighbors during the hopeful Advent season and the joy of Christmastime:  Christmas at St. Alban's