We are called to be the hands of the Lord in this place, open to all, reaching out to the community and the world.

Welcome to St. Alban’s Episcopal Church

St. Alban’s at Theatre Arlington is an open, affirming, and inclusive Christian community striving through worship, love and service to welcome and value all people just as God created them. No matter where you are on your journey of faith, and whether you are single, married, divorced, separated, or partnered, our welcome knows no boundaries of age, race, ethnicity, culture, gender, sexual orientation, economic condition, physical or mental ability. We believe that God’s Creation is inherently good, and so are you!

St. Alban’s is a part of the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth, a diocese in The Episcopal Church. Explore our website to learn more about who we are. Join us for worship and fellowship at Theatre Arlington.

 

Welcome

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Welcome from Father Kevin

Welcome to Saint Alban’s on the web. Thank you for stopping by. Some years ago, in the contemporary footsteps of our patron saint, Alban, the people of God who gather each Sunday at Theatre Arlington, took the risk of leaving an established, traditional church building in order to be able to fully welcome and value […]

From Father Kevin

Recognizing the Word

Sometimes, it seems to me, that we get stuck on Jesus (not that getting stuck on Jesus is necessarily bad) But, we get so focused on Jesus of Nazareth that we forget about the Word, as in “In the beginning was the Word … and the Word was God…. All things came into being through the Word. (John […]

Jesus, the Christ

This week we’re deep in the middle of Epiphany. The temptation is to go to Lent, which always seems to pop up out of nowhere like a desert dust devil. But, not yet.   I wonder why it seems easier for us to settle our gaze upon Lent, with its internal reflections, than upon reflecting […]

What we need

I’ve often heard the argument for people being sent to hell is that God couldn’t take into God’s self someone that is antithetical to the qualities and nature of God. It goes something like this: God is perfectly good. Therefore, God can not be with that which is not perfectly good as that would mar […]

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