"St. Alban's, My Favourite Island Church"

- Poet Laureate Sir John Betjeman CBE (1906-1984)

"St. Alban's, My Favourite Island Church"

- Poet Laureate Sir John Betjeman CBE (1906-1984)


+44 (0) 1983 300 421

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St. Alban's Church, St. Alban's Road,

Ventnor, Isle of Wight, PO38 1DE

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Throughout the year St. Alban's hold a variety of services and concerts bringing

the community and visitors together in prayer and spirit.


You can keep up to date with our up and coming events on our Facebook Page - Remember to Like and Share


Alternatively our Parish Magazine is available at both St. Alban's and from our Mother Church of All Saints'. We welcome all newcomers to come visit and worship with us with refreshments always served after our events.


Like all churches we survive on donations from our congregation and visitors alike, so if you feel you are able to give a donation it would be gratefully recieved.


WE HOLD AN ANNUAL BEREAVEMENT SERVICE, ususlly in the summer. This is an opportunity to remember your loved ones, regardless of whether they passed away recently or a long time ago.  If you missed the last one keep an eye on this page for the date of the next one.


HEALING SERVICES are held quarterly. The next one will be at 6pm on 4th December.

All are welcome and if you have a particular request, please email Alan at: iowtv@hotmail.com

or ask before the service.

EVENTS  ~  Scroll down for Chaos Sunday & Healing Service

Your church, your community

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6th October at 9.30am

Bring your dog, cat, budgie, goldfish, aardvark etc. for blessing at our service on the

Feast of Saint Francis ~ Patron Saint of Animals

You are welcome to join us after the service for tea/coffee/hot chocolate or bowl of water and biscuits!


CHAOS SUNDAY!   On the Feast day of Saint Francis, pet owners are encouraged to bring along their creatures, both great and small for a blessing.     Belle the donkey shown above was guest of honour a few years ago and she now lives at The Donkey Sanctuary, Wroxall.