You are always welcome at St Alban’s

Celebrations on Sundays at 8:00 and 10:30 a.m.
Children are welcome at all our services.
Childcare is available during the second service.
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Around the Parish — April 15, 2017   (
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On Easter Sunday, we were thrilled to announce that, with the approval of the Bishop, we are calling

Father Greg Peters

to be the New Rector of St. Alban’s effective July 1st. Until that date, Greg will continue working on Sundays only, as he will be continuing his job with the school district until the end of the school year. We are excited about our “new beginnings” as together we discern what God is calling us to be and to do.

— Pat Chandler         
2017 Senior Warden

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Welcome to St. Alban’s, an Episcopal parish in the City of Edmonds, Washington, which is on the beautiful Puget Sound approximately 17 miles north of Seattle. We are known for our welcoming nature and gift of hospitality. We think of ourselves as a parish family, that is prayerful, enthusiastic about worship and supportive of each other and those in need. Our tucked-away location provides a relaxing sense of place within a quiet neighborhood, a place that fosters both solitude and a sense of community.

St. Alban’s Episcopal Church
21405 82nd Place West
Edmonds, WA 98026

Map and Directions

Office hours:
Mondays, Tuesdays  9am-12noon
Wednesdays  1-3pm
Thursdays  9am-12noon

Phone: 425-778-0371
Email: stalbansedmonds@gmail.com

Saint Alban’s Church seeks to be a welcoming, Christ-centered community committed to sharing Christ’s love, empowering people to grow spiritually, deepening our relationship with Christ, and living out our faith in our community and the world.

 

Saint Alban’s is a parish of the Diocese of Olympia, the Episcopal Church in western Washington. The Episcopal Church is a province of the worldwide Anglican Communion.

Watercolor sketch of Saint Alban’s Church by Bill Fulton, Vicar of Silverdale.
Dan F. Miller A.I.A., and Earl Dillman Morris, Architects
Celtic Knot Processional Cross by Verne Giddings – Photograph by Grace Coale.Website Design: Ben Johnson .