St. Aidan's Episcopal Church
Wherever you are on your faith journey, St. Aidan's welcomes you.
Among us you will find a variety of faith stories and experiences, and a diversity of beliefs. What we share in common is a trust that in community, in our worship, and in our caring for others we learn to better love our neighbor and deepen our awareness of God's presence.
We understand this to be the fuller life to which Jesus calls us.
On Sunday, Sept 27th, we will hold two services. Our weekly Online service will still happen at 9:30 am via Zoom followed by a short Coffee Hour. We will also have our Outdoor Service held at 11:00 am on the front lawn of the grounds. Please note: to attend the Outdoor Service we ask that you add your name to the Sign Up Genius HERE. We do ask that you sign up in advance. We need to keep track of who will be attending since we can only have a group size of 75 people as per the Diocese regulations. If you sign up and then your plans change please go back into Sign Up Genius and change your status so another parishioner can fill your spot. If you do not sign up in advance, please understand that courtesy requires us to give priority to those who have done so. Thank you.
Though we are not all able to meet in person for worship, we are finding that the desire to pray, celebrate, and support each other in community still brings us together as we gather daily for evening worship, on Sunday mornings for our main service, and on Tuesdays and Fridays for silent
prayer and meditation. Evening worship is at 7 pm, Sunday morning at 9:30 am, and Tuesday and Friday we meet at 8:00 a.m. Information about joining services will be sent to registered participants. If you would like to be registered to join worship, you can email us on the contacts page. We will need to verify your name, address, phone number, and email. We apologize for this extra layer of security, but it has become necessary. We hope you will join us online, in person, or both, as we continue to worship
God and support one another through this unusual time.
Life at St. Aidan's
"As the years have gone by, it's been a source of joy and pride to belong to a church that does welcome everyone. I've brought many people here for various reasons--people from other faiths, and people who have no faith at all. And to see that all are welcome reminds me that not only have I found a place whereI I belong, but that allows me to bring in and celebrate everyone in my life."
Parishioner on why she belongs to St. Aidan's