Nestled in the beautiful Meadowbrook Neighborhood of Syracuse, New York for nearly 100 years, St. Alban's Episcopal Church (a.k.a. "St. Alban's - Syracuse" on this site) has stood on its current location. The Rev. W. Delancey Wilson's conducted his first service in 1931. Today, our St. Alban's - Syracuse Parish is alive and continues to spread the God's Word, worship our Lord Jesus Christ, and receive thought-provoking, inspirational messages from Mother Julie Calhoun-Bryant. Our story is a journey rich in history that began in 1918. In our tenth year, we began our first year of our present church. Built in 1929 on ground given by the Diocese, it was designed for eventual conversion to a Parish Hall "when a larger church may be built alongside it. Built around the core of the church, our present property has been expanded three times, adding classroom facilities, making additional space available for meetings, increasing the size of the nave, and providing satisfactory offices and a new Sacristy.