Visiting St. Alban's Church, Offerton
in the Church of England - Diocese of Chester
Every year, St. Alban's welcomes many visitors from the local community and further
afield. If you would like to discover the church, we would be delighted to meet you!
If you would like to visit St. Alban's, you will be most welcome. The church is open at various times in the week for prayer, private reflection, lighting a candle, or simply to look around. Below is some information that you might find helpful.
Outside of services, the church is open at the following times, although these may be subject to change throughout the year.
Ample parking is available at the church, either on the church grounds or on the surrounding streets.
Whilst we make every effort to ensure that the church is accessible to wheelchair users, because of the nature of the building a few areas are not accessible. If any help whatsoever is needed please get in touch before your visit and we will do our best to help wherever possible.
The church building is equipped with both toilet and refreshment facilities.
We welcome group visits, but ask that you please contact us first so that we can make appropriate arrangements. Guided tours are available upon request (a nominal charge may apply).
The church is a sacred place to which people come to pray and visit undisturbed and, in order to preserve the atmosphere of the sacred space, photography is not permitted within the church. This includes the use of digital cameras, video cameras and mobile phones. Exceptions can be made for special occasions and professional photography- please contact us for futher information.
There is no fee to enter St. Alban's church, but if you like to make a donation to offset costs associated with opening the building, that would be much appreciated.