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Christianity Unchanged

Sunday Services     

8:30 AM    Holy Communion with no music

11:00 AM   Holy Communion with music​


6 PM    Evensong


Adult Sunday School: every Sunday at 10 AM.

Nursery Available during Services

Morning Prayer: Mon-Sat mornings at 8 AM.​

​Weekly Activities
Food Pantry Every Wednesday 1-3 PM
Bible Study every Wednesday 10 AM

Upcoming Events


July 12 - Vestry Meeting after 11 AM 

July 19 - Anglican Catholic Class @ 3 PM

      See below for details.

July 25 - Mass for St. James @ 6 PM 


August 11 - Vestry Meeting after 11 AM

Come learn about what it means to be Anglican Catholic at class on July 19! Fr. Thierry will lead the class using Anglican Catholic Faith & Practice written by our Archbishop, the Most Reverend Mark Haverland.



St. Alban's is a traditional Anglican Catholic parish located Richmond, Virginia.

St. Alban's is committed to Christianity as a way of life. Faithfulness to the ancient faith, reverence in worship, love for God and each other and holiness in life are the hallmarks of the parish. If you are seeking a church home, we invite you to become a part of our growing parish family! We will embrace you, pray for you, and encourage you as we strive together to attain the kingdom of heaven.

4 New Members Accepted on 3/12/23


8/12/20-You can watch Fr. Thierry's installation service by going to the More>Videos page.


1/20/20-Fr. Thierry attended the Provincial Synod in Atlanta where the ACC joined the Anglican Church in America (ACA), the Anglican Province of America (APA), and the Diocese of the Holy Cross (DHC) as one. Visit the 2020 Provincial Synod link for pictures and videos.​​​

Food Pantry

Please donate food to those in need who pick up each Wednesday.

About Us

Our church is a family of believers committed to living the faith once delivered to the Saints and received by the Church throughout the centuries. While ours is an ancient way, rejoicing in the tradition and piety of the early church, we are not a museum of religious antiquities but a living community of faithful people, reaching out to our neighbors with the saving Gospel of Jesus Christ.

This Week's Sermon
We are in the Holy season of Trinity. 

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