Please join us in our 6th annual placing of American flags on the front lawn of our Church in honnor and memory of our fallen troops in Iraq and Afganistan.
Date: May 23, 2013 at 6:30pm
ALL VOLUNTEERS WELCOME
St. Alban's welcomes your children to our Sunday School each week beginning at 9:15 AM.
Our teachers are trained in the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd, an approach to the religious formation of children rooted in the Bible, the liturgy of the church, and the educational principles of Maria Montessori.
Children join the congregation in church after the peace and participate in the remainder of the service.
... a small but vital and welcoming congregation that offers all who enter here the warmth of an English country parish in the midst of a great city.
St. Alban's Episcopal Church, founded in 1885, began as a mission meeting in the homes of its original parishioners in the town of Norwood Park, a small community near Chicago. A white-frame building was built on Northwest Highway a few years later.
In 1896 the building was moved to Nickerson and North West Circle Avenues with the hope that it would be a small town neighborhood parish. The town of Norwood Park was eventually annexed into the ever-expanding city of Chicago.
A picturesque brick church was erected in 1928 at its present location on North Avondale Avenue. Today, this lovely church with parish office and rectory is set in a Rose Garden and Shakespeare Garden.
A member of a traditional family? ♦ A single parent with children? ♦ A non-traditional family? ♦ A single person?
Living on the northwest side of Chicago and don't have a church where you feel at home?
Saint Alban's Episcopal Church welcomes you to journey with us.
Come for a Sunday morning service at 10 a.m. If you feel the call, stay with us and help us build a community of faith where there are no closed doors.
Join us in worship, praise and friendship.
Bring your children to learn of God's lessons in a fun, creative way.
Explore your spirituality in an affable, comforting environment.
Enjoy the comfort of knowing you are welcome.