Saint Alban's Episcopal Church

Author: CDSherlock

Passport to a World of Fun

On the evening of October 20, 2013, St. Alban’s had a special night of fun and entertainment in the Parish Hall.  “Passport to a World of Fun” had five couples serving as hosts for the evening and each set of hosts served cuisine from their chosen country/region. 

Attendees were able to sample cuisines from all tables and dressed in attire typical of their country’s/region’s residents.

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Back to Church Sunday – September 15th

This is a nationwide effort to encourage people in our communities to get back to “church”. This would be a great opportunity to invite people back to St. Alban’s or invite people who need to find a church home. Pray about who you might ask or encourage.

New Choir Vestments

The St, Alban’s choir recently got new vestments. Below are some pictures of the choir members in their new attire. Photos by Robin Arnold. Thanks, Robin!

Pictured: Top row (l-r): Chris Sherlock, Dianne Hardin, Dan Marineau  Bottom Row:  (l-r):Judy Sanders.  Brian Wing, Sally Howard.
Not Pictured: Marty Atkinson, Brenda Cathey.

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Rev. Alan Hansen Named Priest in Charge of St. Alban’s Episcopal Church

The wardes and vestry of St. Alban’s Episcopal Church, Monroe, have announced the appointment of the Reverend Alan Hansen to be the new priest in-charge beginning Sunday, July 14.

Fr. Hansen has a long career in the Episcopal Church as a rector to churches in Kentucky and Florida. He has a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the Virginia Military Institute and a Masters of Divinity,Theology, from the Episcopal Theological Seminary, in Lexington, Kentucky. He also served as President and CEO of ACTS 29 Ministries, a consulting firm that worked with clergy, lay leaders, vestries, dioceses and congregations throughout the Episcopal Church. In this position, Rev. Hansen hosted teaching conferences that addressed the challenges of numerical, spiritual and financial growth.

Fr. Hansen and his wife, Teresa, have three children and three grandchildren.


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