Wellesley College – Days Bay

Our Story

St Alban’s Church is a church community with music-filled worship, opportunities for prayer and fellowship, a children and families’ outreach, and a commitment to being a blessing in our wider world and community.

There are different ways that you can join us in connecting with God. We enjoy the presence of God through the beauty of our Anglican liturgy with traditional hymns and contemporary songs, quiet and reflective weekday communions, occasional services with other local churches and through the fun and fellowship of children and families gatherings.

We offer opportunities for you to discover, grow and deepen your Christian life, through study groups, prayer, and fellowship groups such as women’s evenings, men’s group and community gatherings. Our children and families programme is rebuilding after Covid, and features seasonal events with creative activities.

Our mother church in Ngaio Street is currently closed for earthquake strengthening, so we meet most Sundays in the Wellesley College hall chapel. Our parish office is in our parish hall next to the church in Ngaio Street, Eastbourne.

Get in Touch

We would love for you to come join us on a Sunday.

Feel free to just turn up but if you would like to get in contact first or have a question then fill out the form and we will be in touch shortly.

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It’s a busy week for the parish, with the children’s event yesterday. and today is Take A Break, our community lunch for seniors. Capping it off is our Sunday communion service, 10 am at Wellesley College on 8 October, where Archdeacon Judy Hardie celebrates and Pastor Kath Wells is our preacher. All welcome. See MoreSee Less

3 hours ago

St Albans church
Another lovely turn out to our children’s Care of Creation library event on Wednesday.The children were thrilled with the bird feeders they made. The story time set the scene with the telling of a kereru family and the relationship between the plants,which provide the birds shelter and food, the birds who spread the seeds.,and us who help catch their prey by setting traps. (like Miro )…the importance of nurturing the interconnected relationship between all of us. See MoreSee Less