The Rt. Rev. Craig Luesing

Assistant Rector:

The Rev. Paul Chikos

St. Alban

St. Alban is the first British martyr and is traditionally associated with the Diocletianic persecutions (c.305). Born a pagan in Hertfordshire, he was converted and baptized by a priest to whom he had offered shelter. When the governor sent soldiers to search his house, he disguised himself in the priest's cloak, was arrested and condemned to martyrdom. His shrine still stands in St. Alban's Abbey.