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Welcome message from our Churchwarden, Hazel Mann

We’re so glad you found us here! We would love to welcome you through our doors and share the good news we have in Jesus, that you are deeply loved, you are not alone and you have a purpose. Come join in God’s story right here in Fulham.

In the late 1800’s a corrugated iron mission hut named ‘St Alban the Martyr’ was established in the community. This tin shack was then made into a permanent building initiating more than 100 years of Christian mission, service and prayer, and stands in an area that is now home to more than 10,000 people. The church closed in the early 2000s but reopened again in 2010 with a new plant, from St. Paul’s Hammersmith and HTB, with a vision to see an awakening of faith in Jesus transforming Fulham and beyond.

We are currently seeking a new minister to help build and revitalise our mission, to rebuild community links and regenerate the area with a vision to awaken faith in Jesus in Fulham and beyond. The stripe in our logo symbolises journeying together in the Way of Jesus. 12 years on in our mission, we’re keen to partner with our new minister in pressing into all that God has for this community in the next chapter of our journey.

Read our parish profile to find out about what life at St Alban’s looks like and for more details about the minister role. Come join us at our 10.30am Sunday service, we’d love to see you there.


To see an awakening of faith in Jesus, transforming Fulham and beyond.


We pray all members of and visitors to St Alban’s would know they are loved, have purpose and don’t have to do life alone. We see this happen as we individually and as a community draw closer in relationship with Jesus, so that our lives are fully transformed. You Are Loved: We are rooted and established in His love (Ephesians 3.17). You Have Purpose: We are called into relationship with Jesus, to love God and to love our neighbour (Matthew 22.37-38) You Are Not Alone: We are adopted into God’s family (John 1.12).


We encourage one another to continue to seek new and creative ways to live out these statements individually and collectively as we journey together and serve our community. We Seek to be Christ-centred: We seek to follow Jesus and allow ourselves to be transformed by him in all we are and do, and help others pursue him (John 14.6). We Practice Hospitality: We seek to welcome the other, welcoming both stranger and neighbour so that they may be known and draw closer to God (Matthew 10.40).We Build Community: We seek to build community to express the beauty of what it means to be a part of the dynamic family of God. (1 Corinthians 12.12).We are Servant-Hearted: We seek to serve and encourage others, to be aware of the needs of those around us and help carry each other’s burdens (Philippians 2.5-7).We Seek Justice: We seek to learn together about how best we can act justly, love mercy and to walk humbly with God in all aspects of life (Micah 6.8).We Learn Together: We seek to hold safe spaces to learn together; connecting church, community and the culture we live in (Romans 12.2).


Churchwarden, Hazel Mann

Ben Nicholls - Youth and Community Worker, Email Ben
Carolyn Green - Fundraising Manager

Sophia - Operations Manager, Email Sophia


Greater Europe Mission Representatives

Maya Laurent - PCC Member, Community Pastor, Connect Groups Lead(Greater Europe Mission - GEM), Email Maya
Pat Laurent - Community Pastor, Communications Lead(Greater Europe Mission - GEM)
, Email Pat


PCC/Team Leads
Alex Noel - PCC Member, Worship Lead
Ashleigh Pearson - PCC Member, Parish & Deanery Synod Rep, Service Lead
Bethany Sikes - PCC Member, Hospitality Lead
Cambry Pardee - Teaching Lead
Ellie Norris - PCC Member, Safeguarding Officer
Jacob Davies - Worship Lead

Lola Eni-Olotu - PCC Member, Students Rep

Sam Davidson - Worship Lead
Vivienne Lukey - PCC Member

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