Worship and Music
From Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend we combine our morning services into one service at 9:30 a.m.
At 9:30 a.m., we have a kid-friendly Eucharist. The congregation stands around the altar for the Eucharistic Prayer, and kids play rhythm instruments along with the final hymn.
Children are always welcome in church at St. Aidan's. We have clipboards with activities and art materials if they would like to use them during the service. We want children to never remember a time when they were not welcome as a part of the faith community.
5:30 p.m. Celtic Service This is a contemplative services, full of beautiful music, silence and candlelight. A wonderful way to make space for peace while the world is full of busy-ness.
Throughout the year we also have many services outside our regular Sunday services, including multiple services on Ash Wednesday and during Holy Week. We have also created many creative and interactive liturgies aimed especially at families, including a Kids' Ash Wednesday service and a Family Holy Week service that walks through the events of Jesus' last week and includes a "Last Supper" and footwashing for the kids. And if you have pets, don't let your furry/scaly/feathered friend miss our annual outdoor Pet Blessing.
From Tower of Babel to Birth of the Church at Pentecost:
Family Friendly Epiphany Service
Kids' Ash Wednesday Service