Congregation of St Albans and Luton
The German Lutheran Congregation of St Albans & Luton was founded in the 1950s by former Prisoners of War and young families who had settled in the area. Ever since there have been German language services at St Albans Abbey and other venues in and around St Albans and Luton.
Our congregation now consist of all generations, from Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire and further afield.
Many young German-speaking families live in the area and take part in our community.
We also take care of the German-speaking people of the older generation, who appreciate our visits.
You are warmly invited to join our services and events, usually on the last Tuesday of each month in the Lady Chapel of the Abbey; and on the second Saturday in St Mary’s Church in Marshalswick (with regular children’s service). Please check this website or our Facebook page for current dates and events.
Usually on the last Tuesday of the month we celebrate an evening service in the Cathedral of St Albans.
Each second Saturday of the month we invite you to an afternoon service at St Mary's in Marshalswick, 4-5x a year this service will be tailored for families.
We meet for our Discussion Group in St. Albans usually every 3rd Thursday of the month.
This group is open to anyone who enjoys talking about questions of faith and life. There are interesting topics on offer as well as an open and welcoming atmosphere. Newcomers are always very welcome.
Contact Congregation St Albans and Luton
St Mary's Marshalswick
St Albans AL4 9QA
Cathedral and Abbey Church of St Albans
St Albans AL1 1BY