About Us

  • We are the little church on the corner of 19th Avenue and Canada Way
  • Our Sunday service is at 10 am (except for now!)
  • The Sanctuary, Hall and Washrooms are on one floor
  • There is Ramp access to the front of the building and a Parking Lot

St. Alban’s is a community which values the diversity of our membership – including differences in age (babies to elders!), ethnicity, theology and understanding of the Bible to name just a few. Where ever you are on your own spiritual and life journey you will find others here who will walk with you! There are many ways of participating in God’s call to make a difference in this world. We invite you to join with us as we care for one another and work towards better stewardship of God’s creation and a stronger resolve in challenging attitudes and structures that cause injustice.

You are most welcome to join us.  Read more

Kids are important to us, so we’ve created a place for them to learn about Jesus on their level. We offer children’s ministry for children aged pre-school to Grade 7 in our Children’s Area on the lower level every Sunday during the school year. Read more

St. Alban’s Youth Group meets during the Sunday Service in our Youth room. Once a month we join the congregation upstairs in worship.  The Youth Group is aimed at Grade 8-12 (High School age) and all young people are welcome. Read more

St. Alban’s Anglican Church is situated in the heart of Burnaby in beautiful British Columbia. We are an urban community with an emphasis on the Word and uplifting liturgy. We are community oriented and we believe we have a place for everyone. We invite you to visit us on a Sunday for Holy Communion or come for one of our events.

Some things that might be helpful for you to know about us:

We are diverse – a little quirky! You will see a diverse group of people at St. Alban’s, including people of all ages from many cultures and backgrounds. When you visit us you are likely to find yourself in the company of other people who are new to St. Alban’s as well as those who have made St. Alban’s their spiritual home for many years.

We are a place of prayer, engaged in the worship of God. You will hear both contemporary and traditional music; experience silence and see people expressing the joy of the Lord in our worship.

We are friendly – but we also try to respect your space. We will make every effort to welcome you when you come and will try hard not to crowd you when you visit. If you want to get to know us better stay after the worship for coffee/tea and goodies in the hall.