Giving Congregation
We reach out to families in great need. On the last Sunday of each month, Deacon Debra and David Loder prepare a marvelous meal for the congregation after our morning service and the donations received are offered to Project SALT Inc., a local non-profit food and clothing bank to help those in need. 

ECW:  We have a very active Episcopal Church Women’s group that is open to every woman of St. Alban’s.  The group meets the second Tuesday of the month, September through May, at 11:30 AM for fellowship followed by the business meeting.  The ECW is responsible for the annual Christmas bazaar the first weekend of December and a rummage sale every other year which is held in the spring.  The proceeds from these events support the mission of St. Alban’s as well as the purchase of cleaning supplies and kitchen items, including food items to support the weekly Coffee Hour. The ECW adopts a family at Christmas and provides gifts and support to them throughout the year.  The ECW also provides for Memorial Celebration of Life services, funding for other special occasion celebrations, and Christmas gifts for the office staff.  The ECW routinely participates with women’s group from other community churches.

The Homeless
Our Deacon, Debra Loder, has also enlarged our Outreach programs to include water bottles for our local hospital to offer to the homeless during our hot summers, food packs for the needy as well as for children over the holidays when schools are closed, joy bags for shut-ins and clothing and socks and necessities for the homeless.

Comfort Bags are also given to the local police and fire departments to hand out, and the Rector and Debra give them out to people who come to the church in need. Knitted animals are given to prehospital provider and the hospital for “emergency patients.” Our Deacon participates in the Sunday services and also takes communion to members who are unable to attend church and visits with those that are hospitalized.

Gold Rush Days
This event celebrates the town’s origins as a ranching and gold mining center in the days before there was a Phoenix. Visitors from all over come to Wickenburg during the 3 1/2 days of activities. Saturday there is a parade and St. Albans offers donuts and coffee to patrons who line the street of our church.

Highway Clean-up
We adopted a section of our road many years ago and continue to clean it annually.

Community Collaborations
St. Alban’s collaborates with other community organizations by providing meeting space and support. Here are a few local organizations we work with regularly:

  • Wickenburg Community Chorus meets weekly every Monday evening at 6:00pm (except during the summer months.
  • Alanon meets every Tuesday at 5:30pm and every Friday at noon.
  • AA meets every Sunday at 1:00pm, and Friday at 7:30pm.