Category: Churches & clubs

Out and about: St Alban’s church in the pink of health

Some 291 people attended the Easter Day service on April 5 at St Alban’s Church, Copenhagen, including the British ambassador Vivien Life (second left in red). The service was led by the new chaplain since January, Darren McCallig, who was extremely pleased with the large turnout. The services are always held in English and attended by a congregation representing more than 25 nationalities. St Alban’s is currently attracting a lot of newcomers – with pink clearly the colour of choice.

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