The Parish Church of St Alban Protomartyr in King's Road, Romford, is a small Victorian church which was built in 1890.  Situated in a quiet residential side-street, away from the bustling centre of Romford's market town, this little 'catalogue'  Gothic building houses some outstanding contemporary Ecclesiastical art for which it has won 25 Design Awards. 

St Alban's is a Traditional Anglo-Catholic Parish in The Church of England, coming  under the Episcopal Care of The Bishop of Richborough.  It is registered with Forward in Faith and is a Corporate Member of the Church Union. 

The Vicar is The Reverend Father Roderick S.P. Hingley, B.A. who plays a very active role in the development of the Church both locally and wider afield.  Father Hingley has a keen interest in the Visual Arts and it is his commitment that has led to the commissioning of new Ecclesiastical artworks within the building.

We are committed to Safeguarding Children, Young People, Victims/perpetrators of Domestic Abuse and Vulnerable Adults.  The PCC has adopted the Church of England’s policies and best practice on safeguarding which may be found on the CofE website:
Further help and advice can be found here-https://www.churchofengland.org/more/safeguarding/reporting-abuse-and-finding-support
Our Parish Safeguarding Officer is Miss Mary E. Moore, who may be contacted at church or by telephone 01708 730319 or by email memoore243@btinternet.com 

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