St. Alban's Episcopal Church was founded in 1970 by a group of Episcopalians who felt the growing community of Murrysville and the surrounding communities could support an Episcopal Church. St. Alban's has been at its current location on Cline Hollow Rd above the Giant Eagle since 1990. The building houses an orginal iconic painting of St. Alban by Nicholas Pappas and includes a multipurpose Fellowship Hall. The grounds feature a picnic pavilion where the church holds at least one outdoor service every year.
St. Alban's serves about 60 families. St. Alban's has an active Children's Ministry and Adult Christian Education. St. Alban's Youth Group has been active in serving meals to the homeless and making home repairs for underprivledged seniors in the Pittsburgh area.
St. Alban's often has events open to the public, especially a popular annual Attic Treasures Sale and Blessing of the Pets. The Blessing of the Pets event, which feature children's activities and a Rabies Clinic, welcomed over 150 pets and their owners in 2006.
Office hours vary. Call for information.
Free, on-site parking is available.