About Us

Church Office Hours:

Monday through Friday 8:30am – noon, 1:00pm – 4:00pm

Church Address:
911 South Davis Drive
Arlington, TX 76013-2412

Church Numbers:
Church Office 817-274-7826
Metro Line 817-265-0800
Bookstore 817-274-4821
Church Fax 817-860-6816

Here you can learn about the people at St. Alban’s. Read the welcome from Father Kresowaty and Learn about our namesake St. Alban.

Read the history of St. Alban’s and how the Church began. Meet the clergy and staff at St. Alban’s and catch up on what’s happening at St. Alban’s by reading our latest monthly newsletter.

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Rector’s Message

Read this month’s message from Father Kresowaty.

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Vestry

Vestry Members

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Clergy & Staff

Clergy

The Bishop of Fort Worth – The Rt. Reverend Jack L. Iker, D.D.

The Rt. Rev. Jack Leo Iker was consecrated as Bishop Coadjutor of The Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth on April 24, 1993, and became Diocesan Bishop on January 1, 1995. A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, he had served as Rector …

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Parish History

Saint Alban’s was the first Episcopal parish to be established in Arlington, Texas. The first services were held on January 12, 1947, with sixteen people present. In the earliest days, services were held in private residences, at the First Christian Church, and even at a local dance hall. In 1951 a church building was …

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Who Was St. Alban?

According to Bede’s Ecclesiastical History of the English People, ┬áSaint Alban was a pagan soldier in the Roman Army stationed in Britain. His exact background is unknown, he is thought to be a native Briton. Bede says he lived during the religious persecutions of the Emperor Diocletian (c.AD 304), though modern historians have argued for …

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Newsletter

Newsletter

Read what’s happening at St. Alban’s each month.

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