St. Alban's Episcopal Church is a caring and creative, resilient and growing, Christ-centered family in Tucson, Arizona. We welcome all who share the love of our Lord Jesus Christ. We are mission-oriented, serving a host of organizations and groups that are in need of support.
St. Alban's is a member of the Episcopal Church of America, one of 63 congregations in the Diocese of Arizona. Episcopal churches are part of the Anglican Communion that spans the globe. Our church is home to nearly 1,000 parishioners who come from a wide cross-section of the Tucson community, and home to a wonderful NAEYC-accredited preschool.
If you are interested in joining our congregation we'd like to invite you to one of our weekly services. And, of course, feel free to reach out to one of our clergy for any information you would like before visiting.
Many blessings to you, Fr. Bruce White
Sundays: Holy Eucharist Rite II 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.
Tuesdays: Morning Prayer 8:40 a.m. | Wednesdays: healing service 10:00 a.m.
Show Time for People and Pets
At the annual Blessing of the Animals on October 9, over 30 pet owners carried, hauled and dragged close to 50 animals of various sizes and types to the courtyard to receive a blessing by Father Bruce and Mother Doyle. Under sunny skies, several different canine breeds were on display along with an assortment of cats, gerbils, hamsters and a few unidentified species. Go to the Events Gallery page to get a close up view.
Say hello to our new Youth Minister, Joe Wiltz
Joe grew up near Seattle, Washington before moving to Arizona in 2011 to study in Phoenix at Grand Canyon University. During his time in Phoenix he volunteered and worked in the Diocese of Arizona leading youth groups and serving at Chapel Rock. After graduating, he spent one year in Durham, England completing his Master of Arts in Religion and Society to academically bolster his experience working with various teenagers in Arizona. Through his program at Durham University, Joe conducted research with various Christian churches to write about how different people use prayer in their lives. In November 2016 Joe will marry his lovely fiancée Courtney, who is an elementary school teacher. Through his years in youth ministry, Joe has strived to aid youth in their desire to become disciples and spiritually mature leaders within their communities. Joe is eager to assist the next generation of Christians in becoming Christ-like in their love of God and neighbors.
NURSERY CARE AT 1Oam SERVICE