Saint Alban's Church is led by a strong leadership team of five elected church members called the Bishop’s Committee. In consultation with the vicar (pastor/priest) of the church, they provide administrative oversight for the church and offer counsel to the clergy of the church. The Bishop’s Committee meets on the third Sunday of each month following the service. Meetings are open to members of the church. Committee members are elected to staggered three-year terms. The officers of the Bishop's Committee are the Bishop's Warden (appointed by the bishop with the recommendation of the vicar), Junior Warden (elected by the committee and appointed by the bishop), secretary, and the treasurer (the secretary and treasurer are not required to be elected members of the committee).

Class of 2017: 

  • Carlene Hazan, Monique Mowad (Bishop's Warden), Kathy Wilber (Junior Warden)

Class of 2018: 

  • Susan Benson (Clerk), Emma Hazan

Non-Voting: Judy McDaniels (Treasurer)                 

The Rt. Rev. Eric V. Menees, Bishop 

The Rev. Noah S. Lawson, Priest & Pastor 

The Rt. Rev. Dr. Eric Vawter Menees is Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of San Joaquin. A graduate of the General Theological Seminary, Bishop Menees received his Doctor of Ministry from Seabury Western in 2006. He is a vowed Third Order Franciscan and is is married to Florence Guadalupe Mira-Menees and has a daughter, Milagro, and a son, Sebastian.

The Most Rev. Dr. Foley Beach, Archbishop 

Saint Alban's Bishop Committee

The Rev. Noah Lawson is the pastor and priest of St. Alban's Church. He is a graduate of Nashotah House Theological Seminary and has a teaching credential in Secondary Social Science from Fresno Pacific University. Fr. Noah also serves as vicar for Saint Augustine Anglican Church in Tres Pinos, CA and is as an alternative education teacher in the Lammersville Unified School District. 

Archbishop Beach is a graduate of Georgia State University, the University of the South, and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He began his ministry by serving teenagers through Young Life. Prior to serving as archbishop and bishop, he planted and led Holy Cross Anglican Church in Loganville, Georgia. He and his wife, Allison, are life-long Georgians and have two adult children.