"This is the day the LORD has made;
let us rejoice and be glad in it."
Psalm 118:24

Life has more meaning when God is part of it.

We meet together in Central St Albans to share our experiences of God and see how that works out in our own lives.

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Church News

374th Church Anniversary - 13th October 2013 10.30am

We are looking forward to welcoming the Revd Dr Michael Bochenski back to Dagnall Street for our Anniversary service this year. Michael was Senior Minister here until 2005, since when he has been the Rector at the Baptist Seminary in Warsaw and now the pastor at Rugby Baptist Church. The service will be followed by a lunch and a sign-up list is available for those who would like to join us.


Toddlers reopens again on September 10th.   For carers, parents and children under 5.  All are welcome, whether or not you have been before.

Come and play
Meet friends
Have a cuppa

Wednesday mornings term time.
Lower Hall 9.45-11.15am

Emmanuel Christian School

One of the projects that the church supports is the Manipur Christian Trust which funds the work of the Emmanuel Christian School, in the village of Haipi in Manipur state, north-east India. You can find out about the work of the school on their website where you can also see how you could sponsor a child who might not otherwise be able attend the school

Coming Up

Sunday Morning Worship

Sunday mornings at 10:30am

Sunday Evening Worship

Sunday evenings at 6:30pm

For the full list of church events and activities see Regular Programme.

Thought for the Month

Synaesthesia and the Gospel

The St Albans Cathedral Flower Festival took place at the end of September The theme was ‘Music in Bloom’ and it occurred to me that it is quite a difficult thing to represent one thing via a medium that is completely different. While music requires the ability to sense sound, flower arranging is a creative art that relies on the ability to see and to a lesser extent to be able to smell. However, the exhibitors in the festival seemed to have coped pretty well with this!

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