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 300 families 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
One Service at 9:00 in June, July and August
Beginning this coming Sunday, June 2, and continuing through August, St. Alban’s will switch to a single Sunday Eucharist service at 9:00 a.m. This summer schedule change has worked well over the past two years—it seems convenient for all, as well as helping eight- and ten-o’clockers get to know each other! The regular
8:00 and 10:00 schedule will resume on September 1.
Summer Choir begins June 2!
Summer Choir begins on Sunday, June 2, and continues through August. Whether or not you sing with the regular choir, you can lift your voice in song in an informal, low-stress environment. We will meet at 8:15 a.m. in the church each week to learn an easy anthem and sing it that day at the 9:00 a.m. service. There is no
weeknight rehearsal, no robing or procession, no long-term commitment. You can come for one Sunday or for the whole summer. A friendly core group of choir regulars will be there to show you the ropes. Summer Choir is a great opportunity for those who normally worship at 8:00 to take part in the parish’s music ministry. We also welcome young people who like to sing, with or without their parents!
Induction Loop for Hearing Aid Users
Great news for worshippers who use hearing aids! St. Alban’s is installing an induction loop system like those found in many theaters, concert halls, and auditoriums. It will be tied into our existing sound system, so that everything spoken into a microphone in the church will be transmitted directly to your hearing aid, if equipped with a T-coil. Typically a T-coil is built into newer hearing aids, though users may need to have it activated at the place where they purchased their device. Older hearing aids may have a physical switch that activates the T-coil, or may lack the T-coil feature. For information about your own unit, please consult your audiologist or hearing aid provider.
Sundays: Holy Eucharist Rite II
Tuesdays: Morning Prayer
Wednesdays: Healing Service
NURSERY CARE AT 10 am SERVICE