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St. Alban’s has celebrated over 50 years as a place of worship in Murrysville!


News and Announcements

Services for Holy Week & Easter Sunday

March 28:  Maundy Thursday at 7:00 pm March 29:  Good Friday at Noon and 7:00 pm March 31:  St. Alban’s Easter Sunday Services at 8:30 am and 11:00 am – He is Risen! No Adult Christian Education on Easter Sunday – There WILL be “Kids Church” for the children from
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Lent Soup Suppers and Study for 2024

St. Alban’s beloved Lent program of fellowship and study returns this year on Thursdays, February 22, 29, March 7, 14, 21.  We will gather for a simple supper of soup and bread at 6:00 p.m.  Our study program will begin promptly at 7:00 and end at 8:00.  This year, we
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Shrove Tuesday and Ash Wednesday times.

Tuesday, February 13 is Shrove Tuesday.  We will have an Evening Prayer service at 6:00 followed by a Pancake Dinner at 6:30. Ash Wednesday services will be at 12:00 Noon and & 7:00 p.m.  
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New Service times starting 9/10/23

Early service will remain at 8:30am, Christian Education will begin at 9:45am and Late service will be at 11:00am. Looking forward to seeing you there!
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New! Kid’s Church during 2nd service, from 11-11:45am

Join us for our new Kid’s Church, 11-11:45am, in the Church Hall. Specially designed for kids from 3-12 years old.
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A Message from Father David

Welcome to St. Alban’s website. The fact that you are reading this right now may indicate that you are in the process of searching for a church. It’s a daunting task. There are currently about twelve churches within a mile of where I am now sitting! St. Alban’s is an Anglican Church that traces its roots to the English Reformation of the 16th century. We are anchored to historic Christianity, scripture, tradition, and the Book of Common Prayer. We value the past and believe that it sheds light on our current issues and illumines the path forward. Our history keeps us from wavering in the storms of a changing culture. However, we are not so constricted in our beliefs that we refuse to learn and to be transformed into the image of Christ. Life is complicated and there are many questions that are still unanswered. All of this happens in community as we worship, pray, study, and serve together. I hope that you will explore our website and please visit or call if you have any questions. Father David

Our Mission Statement

The mission of St. Alban’s Anglican Church is to serve the Great Commandment: To love God and to love our neighbors as ourselves,

through worship, education and outreach.