Alban’s story takes us right back to the beginning of the Christian faith in Britain, but it remains fresh and inspiring for Christians today. Over 1700 years ago, Alban was executed for giving shelter to a Christian priest fleeing persecution by the Romans. Moved by the priest’s faith, Alban became a Christian and the two men swapped cloaks, enabling the priest to escape. Alban was arrested instead, brought to trial and beheaded on the hill where St Albans Cathedral now stands.
Saturday 24th June 2017
The procession starts at 11am. The route begins from St Peter’s Church, St Albans, and moves along St Peter's Street to the Town Hall and then continues down Chequer Street, High Street and George Street to the West End of the Cathedral.
Address and contact details
For further information, contact St Albans Cathedral using the details below: