St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church
If you are new to our neighborhood or just searching for a welcoming church community, we would love to have the opportunity to meet you. Looking through our website might give you some insight into our liturgical life and our events that help to bring people together for graceful fellowship, faithful study and loving fun. Wherever you may be on your own faith journey, if at all, or whatever your age, gender, nationality or sexual orientation you are most welcome here!
We live in a challenging world, and as part of the Episcopal Church of the United States and the world-wide Anglican Communion, we are dedicated to serving you spiritually by walking the path of faith beside you, offering spiritual support and strength for life’s journey. If you would like to learn more about the Episcopal Church, you may find this link helpful: http://www.episcopalchurch.org/
And then…come join us and experience the ancient liturgy that has changed little since the time of the early Christians, study the scripture and hear it speak to you personally in your life of the 21st Century, come to meet faithful hearts who find strength and joy in fellowship and community, come be a part of it all.
Our doors are wide open — welcome!
The Rev. Esme Jo Rymer Culver+
December 14th, Thursday 9:30am – Holy Eucharist and Bible Study for Grown-ups
December 17th, Sunday – Advent 3. Join us for our Sunday Service at 9:00 a.m. and coffee hour following the service.
11:00-Noon – What is the Catechumenate? Find out more about the next class for the Catechumenate.
December 20th, Wednesday.
6:00-6:30pm – Evening Prayer
6:30-7:00pm – Simple Supper
7:00-8:00pm – What’s in a Name – the many names of Jesus
December 21st, Thursday 9:30am – Holy Eucharist and Bible Study for Grown-ups
December 23rd, Saturday 9:00-Noon – Greening of the Church
December 24th, Sunday – Advent 4 [and Christmas Eve!]
4:30pm – Christmas Eve Family Service
7:30pm – Carol Sing
8:00pm – Christmas Eve Service
December 25th, Christmas Day! – 10:00am Holy Eucharist Rite II
December 31st, Sunday – Holy Eucharist and “Story Sunday”
February 2, 2018 – Friday @ 6:00-7:00 p.m. Music and Meditation: Imbolc. An hour of contemplative Music and Meditation: Imbolc – half way between the Winter Solstice and Spring Equinox – has been traditionally associated with the onset of lactation of ewes, soon to give birth to the spring lambs. The Christian Church of course sought to introduce an alternative festival and so the Feast of the Presentation of Jesus at the Temple celebrates an early episode in the life of Jesus, and falls on or around February 2nd. A time of fun and fellowship will follow the Music and Meditation and will be a from 7:00 – 8:00 p.m.