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.



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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 […]

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Betrayal, Acceptance, Forgiveness, Reconciliation, and New Life

As we move into Holy Week, concluding Lent and catching a glimpse of the Resurrection waiting ‘round the bend, I want to wrap up our Lenten sermon series on betrayal, acceptance, forgiveness, reconciliation, and new life. Hopefully, you’ve begun to see the parallels between estranged relationships occurring in our own lives and Jesus’ Holy Week […]


Holy Week– Walking With Jesus

Dear Holy People of God: This holy week we walk with Jesus in the final days of his life. On Palm Sunday we parade into Jerusalem. Thursday we sit down with our friends and eat a last meal together. Friday we journey to Golgotha, the place of the skull. Saturday we wait in stunned silence, […]

“Who do you say that I am?”

I believe that God really has dived down into the bottom of creation, and has come up bringing the whole redeemed nature on His shoulders. (C. S. Lewis) C.S. Lewis (1989-1963) is probably best known as the author of the Chronicles of Narnia. But, he was also a great apologetic of Anglican thought through his writings such as The […]

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