St. Alban’s is a parish within the Nottingham Diocese of the Catholic Church in England and Wales. We are a partner of the Church on Oakwood (ecumenical). Our parish is clustered with St Hugh’s at Borrowash. You are welcome to join us for any of our Masses or social occasions. Details can be found on our website or weekly newsletter.
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On Monday 20th June, the feast day of our parish patron, St Alban, ten of our younger parishioners received the Sacrament of Confirmation from Bishop Patrick McKinney. The Mass setting was beautiful and we sang uplifting hymns including ‘Bread … Continue reading
Two things this weekend on Sunday 19th June, after 10.30am Mass, we will have the opportunity to join together to celebrate our Parish Feast Day. You are invited to bring along a picnic (and a rug to sit on). If … Continue reading
On Tuesday of Holy Week members of both our Oakwood congregations and St Alban’s came together at the Parish Centre to celebrate a symbolic Feast of the Passover. Led by Fr Paul Newman and Rev Peter Bates we took the … Continue reading
Take a look at whats on for Holy Week and Easter at St. Alban’s, St. Hugh’s and The Church on Oakwood. You can find all of the details HERE… … Continue reading
On Sunday 10th January, the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord, we welcomed the families of those who had been baptised throughout 2015 to the Sunday morning Mass at St Alban’s. This was the first of our ‘Crossing the … Continue reading
As part of the Holocaust commemorations in Derby a service of reflection was held at the Bridge Chapel. The little chapel was full to bursting! Among the congregation were the Deputy Mayor of Derby, and representatives from the Ukraine community … Continue reading
St Alban’s annual Epiphany Quiz was once again a great success, with the largest number of teams yet. Our regular quiz masters, Geoff and Jo Rowlands, led us in a light hearted and entertaining evening, where we got to show … Continue reading
The weekend of the Feast of Christ the King, is also the weekend that we celebrate the contribution of our young people, through ‘National Youth Sunday’. National Youth Sunday each year is dedicated to welcoming, involving and empowering young Catholics. … Continue reading
Throughout the year, as a community, we offer prayers and masses for the faithful who have departed from this life. The month of November is specially dedicated as the month to remember those who have died. During November members of … Continue reading
Our Altar Servers quietly and reverently serve at our masses week in week out. This both a privilege for them and also is an act of service on their part. We really do appreciate this and as a parish we … Continue reading