Attention: Return to Phase I NO gatherings in our churches for worship services. We will not be gathering for worship at St. Albans until at least December 20th, the 4th Sunday of Advent. We will continue to broadcast live on Sunday mornings at 8:30 am and 10:15 am and have these videos available on the website and on the St. Alban’s Richmond Facebook site. We are still planning to offer our on-line Caroling event on December 6th. We will also continue the Wed’s Morning Prayer service at 8 am on-line. Faithfully yours, Paula

                    Walk the Richmond Peace Labyrinth at St. Albans

13 December 2020

Dressed up for the Season, Come rain or cloud, sun or snow

Bring an umbrella

add a light to the Labyrinth as you journey in- journey out

2-4 pm Masks required , Help offered

Share the light and peace.


Nov/Dec 2020 Newsletter

Community Meal Tuesday evenings!

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The community dinner will remain as take out for the fall & Winter months! 7260 St. Albans Road, Richmond BC Dinner will be available at 5:30 – 6:30 pm on Tuesdays!

Live Streaming Sunday Services

Sunday services (8:30 am BCP and 10:00 am) are live-streamed and then the recorded version made available on our website. 

Live Services: Please look to the upper left side of the screen it should read “Services“, press on that link, it then will take you to where you can select either the 8:30 am service or the 10:00 am service to view live each Sunday, or watch at a later time. When you click this link it will re-route you to our Facebook page.

Bulletins are posted as well so that you can follow along . Please look to the upper right side of the screen it should read “Sunday Bulletins”, press on that link, you then can select which service you would like to read.

From: Kyumin Lee



With sadness I write this report. I have been following the directives from various health organizations around the world regarding communal singing. I also have spoken with numerous choral directors locally and abroad. Music is such a vital component of any church service. It has the power to bring people together and spread much love and joy in our hearts. However, as we prepare to open our doors for in-church participation, my heart is heavy. Many choral communities are in despair learning of this potential spread of the virus while singing. Our congregation’s health and safety is the utmost priority. So for now, there will be no singing in church. Pews will be empty of hymnals. Paula and I are working closely together to find a creative way to provide meaningful service with music.
Please stay tuned. Sending blessing to you all, Kyumin