Who we are
Saint Alban’s Episcopal Church
Simsbury, Connecticut



 
Lord Jesus Christ, give us the grace, the desire and the will to join you in your mission. May we celebrate your goodness, inspire others through acts of caring and kindness, and serve any who are in need.
 
Founded in the early 1950’s St. Alban’s Episcopal Church continues to provide a proud tradition of serving the Farmington Valley  and surrounding communities by offering Christian fellowship on a campus like setting.
 
We invite you to join us for Holy Communion, which is celebrated on Sundays at 9:00 a.m. with choir and church school.  The celebration of the Eucharist includes inspirational music and congregational singing with interactive sermons.  St. Alban’s strives, by God’s grace, to celebrate, inspire, and serve all those who choose to live a purposeful Christian life.
 
Whether you join us in our service, during our spiritual formation classes during the week, or for special events, you will receive a warm caring welcome.  St. Alban’s identifies itself as an “open church”.  By this we mean that you are welcome to be a part of our community where ever you may be on your spiritual journey.
 
Stop by to say hello and pray together, you will be glad you did.
 
Our church is named for Britain’s first Christian martyr.   (For more about Saint Alban, click here.)